“Loneliness is the poverty of self; solitude is richness of self.” ― May Sarton. Up until about 6 years ago I did not know what it was to be alone, nor did I ever think I wanted to be. It was only after my divorce that the realization of the importance of being alone resonated. Now I … Continue reading Solitude
Skout Deals – Deal Finding App = Family $avings
Hey all! This week I received this app at no cost to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own. The app finds great deals in your area, for you, all in one location on your phone. Easy and convenient to use, save time and money. No more searching various websites, newspapers and flyers; clipping coupons...nope, … Continue reading Skout Deals – Deal Finding App = Family $avings
Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy
Daily Post Says: "A misty morning, your handsome spouse, your grandmother’s house that’s also your elementary school and the Eiffel Tower — this week, show us something dreamy." Dreamy St.Thomas, Virgin Islands Dreamy Chocolate Kit Kat Cake - Recipe here 🙂 Dreamy Candlelight Part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy. Thanks for visiting!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign .... Part of The Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs Thanks for visiting!
Handmade Gifts of Love
Today's Daily Prompt: Handmade Tales - Automation has made it possible to produce so many objects — from bread to shoes — without the intervention of human hands (assuming that pressing a button doesn’t count). What things do you still prefer in their traditional, handmade version? For me nothing beats Handmade gifts ... Through the years … Continue reading Handmade Gifts of Love
This post is part of The Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts Happy Weekend!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art
~Works of Art~ ~People - My two sons ~ Places - Beautiful water and beaches of St. Thomas ~Things - Pretty Flower ~Seashell by the Seashore ~Weekly Photo Challenge~
Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move
Pictures of life, on going ...on the move. Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move
Snapdragons The fog lifts, revealing solitary stalks coated in dew, new white ruffles draped over sleek green stems graze the grass like a wedding gown, married to the earth’s need. If only all love wasn’t meant to be plucked, pulled from its roots and unearthed, then everything that blooms would not always be lost. Pinch … Continue reading Yellow Snapdragons
Photo Challenge: Letters
Long after my children stopped needing these educational alphabet letters for learning, we still use them to write little notes on the refrigerator. 🙂 Photo Challenge: Letters