Can you believe the weather here in Middle Tennessee? It was warm enough again on Sunday (yesterday) to open the windows for a while. If it weren’t for the powerful morning winds, I probably would have had breakfast and coffee on the porch or deck every day this week. I’m concerned, however, that this might mean a lengthy, hot summer. We will see.
I’ve made baking powder biscuits, and the honey is on the table. So are the bourbon peach preserves I made last summer. Grab a mug and pour yourself a cup of coffee and let’s talk.
I will be so glad when Friday’s inauguration is over. Continue reading “CONVERSATIONS OVER COFFEE”
Christmas Day 2016 we got the news that my 91 year old aunt (Aunt Lou) had passed away the afternoon of Christmas Eve. I had talked to my cousin (Jane) that morning, making plans that when we got to town we wanted to see her mom and take her to breakfast.
Christmas morning found me sending Merry Christmas messages to friends and family from coast to coast and border to border. It was then I saw it. A post from a cousin in London sharing memories and praising a life well lived, but a note that Aunt Lou will be missed. Continue reading “CELEBRATE LIFE”
When November hit, I realized that I had not done much with my writing, nor with happiness and this blog, for most of the year. In reality, I’ve been in up and down funks for most of the year. Continue reading “IT’S TIME”