Friends of Sheba, please do not worry. She is alive and well and still part of the family. But, read on: My husband had a medical emergency of sorts that was going to require us to be out of the house for an unknown period of time, and possibly spread out over a few days.Continue reading “Life Without a Dog”
The mountains are one kind of beauty and the beach and ocean another kind of beauty and I have been privileged to call them both home. I am a Flat Lander, a Beach Girl and an immigrant in a state full of mountains, forests and farmlands. There are mountains in Massachusetts, but my whole lifeContinue reading “A Land Locked Life with a Beach Girl Heart”
I had my last home made or store bought cookie on June 16th and life hasn’t been the same since. IS it a permanent break or a temporary separation? Only time will tell.
**There are two important notes at the end of this post, I hope you will read them:) UP and at ’em Sheba has been with us for 20 months now and, according to her records, was six years old on June 25th. I can finally see a discernable routine in our days. You might thinkContinue reading “Settling into a Schedule (of sorts) with Sheba”
If you are serving cake, I’ll take the corner piece with the frosting flower. If you have ever said that, read more.
Do you consider yourself religious, spiritual or neither? How is your prayer life?
When I overcame my fear of starting to blog, I found a community of learning and caring.
Looking for some good short reading? This is one of the places that I link up. If you click on this Esme’s link, https://esmesalon.com you will find a variety of posts, crafts, recipes, sewing, travel articles and writers’ blogs of all kinds. Best of all, you don’t have to be a Blogger to access thisContinue reading “Looking for a Good Read?”
OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND There have been many times in my life when my default mode has been “Out of sight, out of mind.” When I transferred from public school to boarding school the beginning of 7th grade, it didn’t occur to me to let any of my classmates know, except my bestContinue reading “Unexpected Blessings ~ Part II”
In the fall of 2018, I had an opportunity to travel to my hometown of Onset, Massachusetts, for only the second time since 1973. The journey was more than I could have wished for….