Monthly Archives: September 2013

Moonscape, Zeroscape, and Xeriscape

After the creative demise (I mean xeriscape treatment) of our backyard, we decided to do the front yard this summer.  It seems the responsible thing to do in the desert because the amount of fertilizer, water, and labor to keep … Continue reading

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Waiting

 

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No Olive Oil . . . Nor Popeye

In trying to eliminate more fats from my diet, I have been trying to make salads that are tasty and not boring, but with low-calorie oilless dressings.  I LOVE pico de gallo.  And though I make my own gringo salsa, I had never … Continue reading

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Golden

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturation #2

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturation

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Trusting–Really

It was a dark path, overgrown and weedy, and it stretched away to the distance as far as forever. I said, “I trust You, Lord.  Trust that when you said, ‘Walk’ You meant this path, this way.” But even as … Continue reading

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Feeling Droopy Sad Today

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Thought for the Day

You know when folks talk about waiting for that other shoe to drop?  If the first one is so devastating, the second must be a real doozy!  Lord, save me from falling shoes!

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In the Pink

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
1-24-12 When I am blue, there is healing in the pink. When barbed darkness presses down,  a crushing breath-taker, I can look up to these ribbons of wonder,…

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