High Tide

When I homeschooled the girls, this author and homeschooling mom, Melissa Wiley, wrote about her homeschool being tidal. I believe my reading life to be tidal as well. This means there’s moments of high energy and activity, followed by other times where for some reason, I’m not as engaged, and I may feel a bit…

Love, love, love

I had no clear direction for this post today. I want to write, and at the same time I’m not very inspired. I decided to take pictures instead, and let them guide me through this summer rumblings about love, and that which I love. I never got those who love Jane Austen, or cats. It…

Pequeño pensamiento

Antes de la noticia de esta mañana del convalecimiento en el hospital de una querida amiga que muchas conocéis, estaba justo ayer pensando en este post, en que, cuando uno tiene un familiar enfermo (como tuve a mi marido por dos meses), o cuando está enfermo uno mismo, o acontece un fallecimiento o algo grave…

From our sauna with love! (and stickiness)

I’m typing up here in my game room/office without AC in humid and hot Texas (but you should know there are parts, like San Angelo, where they do not live in this sauna type of weather). However we can count ourselves SUPER LUCKY since I have a neighbor three houses down who works on the…

Right and Left

Can you tell me why anyone would want to photograph the second picture? There may be those who wonder why one would take a picture such as the top one, I guess. The second picture (and more like it) was taken by my husband at a convention in San Diego he attended this summer. The…