Fingerprint Friday – Another Sunset

Fingerprint Friday was started by Beki, at The Rusted Chain. It was inspired by the song by Steven Curtis Chapman that contains the line..."when I look at you, I can see the fingerprints of God." To participate or to visit all of the blogs that participate, go to the Fingerprint Friday post on Beki's blog and follow the instructions.I … Continue reading Fingerprint Friday – Another Sunset

Fingerprint Friday – Good Friends

Fingerprint Friday was started by Beki, at The Rusted Chain. It was inspired by the song by Steven Curtis Chapman that contains the line..."when I look at you, I can see the fingerprints of God." To participate or to find all of the blogs that participate, go to the Fingerprint Friday post on Beki's blog … Continue reading Fingerprint Friday – Good Friends

Valentine’s Day Arrived Early at My House!

Valentine's Day is always a conundrum for my dear spouse.I don't want roses.It is outrageous the way that florists jack up the prices.(If you're a florist...sorry...I know you're trying to make money like everyone else.)Roses don't last very long for me.It makes me sad when they begin to wilt.So I usually hang them in the … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Arrived Early at My House!

Fingerprint Friday – Harbinger of Spring

Fingerprint Friday was started by Beki, at The Rusted Chain. It was inspired by the song by Steven Curtis Chapman that contains the line..."when I look at you, I can see the fingerprints of God." To participate or to find all of the blogs that participate, go to Fingerprint Friday post on Beki's blog and … Continue reading Fingerprint Friday – Harbinger of Spring

Winter, Trees and Being Real

Winter is a difficult season for me.I am fine through Christmas and for a few weeks after.Then I get the winter blues.I want to hibernate.Get a bit depressed.Tend to be less social.I crave sweets...self-medication for the depressionor sugar addiction from over indulgence during the holidays.I could go on…but I will spare you.However, there are some … Continue reading Winter, Trees and Being Real