A snow-lit path before me, With cold hightened senses, Following deer and coyote footprints, Into the quiet of the trees. Dear Readers, All is well. My 95 year old mother is now living with us for several weeks, until we finalize the arrangements for her new assisted living apartment. It will be very close to … Continue reading All Is Well
What draws me to the suncatcher colors of the changing day of sky? What draws me to the diamond bling of the freshly fallen snow? Why do I delight in pine trees with their ornaments of cone? What draws me is my wonder of the mysteries that they hold. Wendy
Photo by Mr. UT Dear Readers, At my last writing meet-up group, we wrote on the word "plain". I thought of the definition of plain as, simple or ordinary. I struggled with this word for some reason. Maybe it was because I only had about 3 hours of sleep, and not enough coffee! Plain sounds … Continue reading I’ll Take Mine Plain, Please!
On Our Monday Walk! Dear Readers, I wrote this poem on Sunday afternoon, but am feeling it again today, Wednesday! Sleepy days are starting, I feel it in the light, My body knows, The trees and animals know. Time to rest. The afternoons cry out for a nap, To starve the blue mood that comes … Continue reading Sleepy Days
Dear Readers,I hope all of you are well today!If you are struggling with getting or staying sober, remember, you are not alone.There are so many people who have been where you are, but have made it out of the terrible cycle of addiction.It's a horrible cycle of pain, anxiety, depression, over and over again.Spring is finally here!I didn't want … Continue reading Coming Home
Blue Skies are my Favorite!Dear Readers,I like to think of going through my life now, as finding treasures.There are so many!In fact, each and every breath I take is a treasure.Now, I am first to admit this is not always easy, as my bones ache when I get up, and it takes me ten years to get dressed … Continue reading Looking for Treasures