Comfort

Comfort can take many forms, be in what makes you comfortable {my gown and comfy robe} and what is comforting {nature, writing, drawing, coffee, tea, cookies, my boys, homeschooling, family, home}. Nothing helps me through my days like my faith in God. Through Him, all things are possible. Though just having faith that there’s something bigger than myself, than my life, is such a comfort. … Continue reading Comfort

Urban Woods

Urban Woods Our urban oasis is filled with many plants, native and ornamental, to give layers of color and texture to our tiny plot. Having surprises around every corner, many areas when leafed out, belies our city plot with only peek-a-boo views of the mountains beyond. Living for nature, loving our wooded lot, and learning how we can continue to improve our little corner of … Continue reading Urban Woods

Insects (not true bugs!) 🐝🦋

​I’ve not had my phone with me while pruning in my garden and seen true bugs — though I have plenty of images of the butterflies and bees buzzing in my garden 🙂 True Bugs are in the Hemiptera Order and includes cicada, stink bugs, aphids, {et al}. Insects, not true bugs, like bees, Hymenoptera Order, and butterflies, Lepidoptera Order, abound in my pollinator garden. … Continue reading Insects (not true bugs!) 🐝🦋

Tuesday Photo Challenge: New Year’s Eve 2016

Welcome to Episode 37 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge with our host, Frank! What are my New Year’s Eve Plans? Board Games like last year! We’ll be home playing board games, in jammies, with perhaps some adult beverages for the adults — and sparkling cider for our children 😉 Snacks, noise makers, and fun for all! What are your New Year’s Eve Plans?   Technical Windows … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge: New Year’s Eve 2016

Tuesday Photo Challenge: Flow

Welcome to Episode 33 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge with our host, Frank! I wrote a poem about my love of hooping, called appropriately Flowing, for OctoPoMo 2016, which made this Photo Challenge an easy decision! Flowing Rock my hips Through the hole Make it rise Feel my Flow I took this with my Cannon on a tripod {although I must note: I asked for backups, … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge: Flow