Friends vs Rainy Day Friends

My grandfather lived to be quite old and was always a source of great wisdom and lessons to learn. He always said that you can count your friends on one hand and in most cases one finger. Rainy Day Friends are the people that no matter what is going on in your . . . → Read More: Friends vs Rainy Day Friends

Hey Friend: Ode to Bailey


Hey Friend…

Hey Friend! How many sunrises have you and I shared together? In the silence where all others may not enter, you and I have sat on the gentle aura of morning glory and gold cascading colors, painted on the stir of daybreak.

How many walks . . . → Read More: Hey Friend: Ode to Bailey

A Thought to Give Pause


A thought to give us pause is just that. I have been blogging for a while now, not a terribly long time but for a while. Am I the best blogger on the Internet? Certainly not, I am a far cry from the best, but I do try and give out . . . → Read More: A Thought to Give Pause

Celebration of Spring









This Wonderful Joyous Celebration of Spring!

Happy musical chirps from Robin Red Breast gently push through the silent rise of morning. Tender newborn buds peaking under green umbrellas of fronds, draped in pearly speckled dew.

Watercolor blue splashes over sky’s . . . → Read More: Celebration of Spring

Great Expectations: Self-actualization

ex·pec·ta·tion [ek-spek-tey-shuhn] – noun

– the act or the state of expecting: to wait in expectation. – the act or state of looking forward or anticipating. – an expectant mental attitude. – something expected; a thing looked forward to. – a prospect of future good or profit: to have great expectations. – the degree of . . . → Read More: Great Expectations: Self-actualization


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