Back in my garden this weekend. After heavy rains everything is blooming, the leaves on the trees are popping and the sweet aromas are drifting on the spring air. It’s the season of renewal – praise God. The time outdoors just flies by – cleaning up the flower beds, weeding, getting my hands dirty – truly in my happy place.
I am unsure if continuing a blog is something I still want to pursue. I enjoy writing and taking photos, but the blog set-up, plug-ins, new releases is a complete mystery. And, I haven’t connected with anyone in this format. I have found that Instagram has been a really fun way to follow things that I enjoy and share my little piece of the world. For now, I will give the blog some more thought in the next few weeks.
Felt like I had a good start on the blog. And how many months have gone by without a post? Ah, well. This really is for me, my personal journey.
So, I have been struggling a bit with time management. I really want to have time for antiquing, reading, gardening, exercise, bible study, blogging, biking, crafting(want to start a penny rug!), regular facials(and by that I mean more than 2 a year), baking, yoga, weekend day trips, housecleaning/decorating, staying healthy and WORK. What I seem to make time for is Facebook, Pinterest and laundry(washed, dried, but not folded and not put away). Continue reading “The Morning Star at my Door”
I am currently reading the Poldark series by Winston Graham. Have you heard of this series? I actually first found Poldark while surfing on TV. It is a BBC/PBS television series based on the Winston Graham historical book series set in the late 18th century in Cornwall England. By the way, Aidan Turner plays the title role and he is an eye-catcher! Continue reading “Today’s Book”