- If I Only Had a Picture
- Home: January 15, 2008
- Miss you, Dad!
- Another Graduation in the Can!
- Weekly Challenge Post #2: Curves (in Seattle)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves
- More FUNna!
- Deer Fence
- A Feeble Fable
- You seem a bit unapproachable today . . .
- The Flora and the FUNNa at Descanso Gardens
- Thought for the Day: Water, the New Ice Cream
- Call It Art
- Nature’s Hallelujah!–A Hummingbird Story
- Outside My Office Window
- Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting
- Telephone Booth!!!!
- Mama’s got a new toy . . .
- Spent #2
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
I have learned I am weaker than I thought I was, weaker than I want to be– in every way. And though I have often said the same, I know I am ever in desperate need of His strength in … Continue reading
This is a photo shot on film and scanned, so does have a bit of a grainy feel. But I love it. It was taken at the corner of my baby sister and brother-in-law’s farmhouse in Ontario in a windy … Continue reading
When I tell my students to not wait till the end of Christmas vacation to finish their assignments, it is a wise and studious saying. It is something that ought also to be followed by their instructor!
It was a migraine morning, so I’ll only post these of my precious grandbaby. She is sweetness and hot sauce!
Here are some more pictures from my spring Vasquez trip.
My boys come by their crazy death-defying ways genetically. The tiny speck of white in the notch at the top of the far off jutting rock at Vasquez Rocks is my hubby–pre-surgery, of course. When you hike around here, you are … Continue reading
My grandbaby and I watched this clip a gazillion times last Easter when she stayed with us. It seems approriate at Christmas time to post it, not just because grandchild and I are once again watching it, but because this … Continue reading
. . . and the wrapping paper is in the recycling bin, pictures are taken, tears are cried for the first contingent’s leavetaking, and the fridge is stuffed with leftovers. Sigh.
As I was driving around doing last minute shopping, I was listening to Michael Medved give a history lesson on the traditions of Christmas. Confession: I do listen to talk radio, but I get irritated at the format because basically … Continue reading