Spring is in the air...For some of you, especially in Oklahoma, this means allergy season, and I’m sorry. But since I’m blessed with not having to deal with allergies, spring for me is newness and refreshment. I sometimes wish New Year’s Day was during springtime because I feel now how I wish I would feel… Continue reading Spring is in the air…
I know this quote from Anne of Green Gables will be shared everywhere today, but I love it so much I can't resist sharing it, as well: "I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers." -L.M. Montgomery Photo credit to my sister Molly because my autumn photos are lacking. I have… Continue reading October Quote of the Day
Since tomorrow is the beginning of autumn, I would like to change things up a bit by sharing a poem about the changing seasons. Because isn't change what fall is all about? Changing leaves, changing weather, changing from sandals to boots and tank tops to big fluffy sweaters. What lovely change. This autumn will actually present more… Continue reading Poetry Corner: Lyrical Autumn Changes
I originally wasn't planning to write this, but--seeing as today is the second snow day I've had this season (yesterday being the first), I would like to express my gratitude for snow days and the little unexpected break from work: Thank you, Lord, for snow days! Usually I'm not too fond of cold weather, and… Continue reading Thankful for: Snow Days!
Good evening, all...I have no particular topic to talk about today except that the semester is now in full swing, and I'm wondering where the rest of the year went. Last week, we had a cool day here in Oklahoma after a month of 100 degree weather. It was absolute bliss. Yet, even with the… Continue reading Christmas in September, anyone?