Step right up! Tokens, please… What are you waiting for? Enjoy the Breeze! It’s carvings so intricate- Paintings- just perfect. Fairy tale horses waiting Just to be pet. Touch your hand to her reign, One foot in a stirrup, Whoosh, up you swing- Brings her (and you) to life with A skip and a gallop! […]
Blog moving is just about as fun as house-moving. HAH! Something we’re all too familiar with… Let’s see… in the past 11 years since Luis and I met, I’ve lived… …Jupiter, Florida …Orlando, Florida …Myrtle Beach, South Carolina …Las Vegas, Nevada …Europe- all over, but mostly from the back of our Volvo XC90 (Spain, Italy, France, […]
Pull up a chair brew a triple espresso over ice with a splash, make it sweet. (or whatever java is your treat) let’s compare stories – without comparison! share scribbles and (double) dare each other to L E A P from the chair take up our greatest weapons- love, mercy, forgiveness, pen, lens, canvas and […]
…the world has got it ALL WRONG. Everyone talks about how the Mayan calendar shows the world will end because it runs out. The Mayans don’t think that at all, nor did they ever.
Not a chance. Couldn’t happen to us. We are too strong to entice! SMACK One sip over the top Down goes the guard In comes the sucker punch to the left. Left me in shock Threw me right to my knees By faith I rise- We lock arms- Each day is new. Savor small goodness […]
A little word art… from old travel books and my photos…inspired by an article I read in Florida Weekly about an artist named Austin Kleon. In between preparing to move and renovate a new home, homeschooling and keeping our family running, I’ve been following along on a 15-day writer’s challenge from a friend and mentor, Jeff Goins. Last night, […]
This was originally written for the Home Educating Family blog. Click over there and read the descriptions of a non-conforming homeschool! Do you remember a song from your childhood that sang “Make new friends, but keep the old… one is silver and the other gold?” One of my “silver” friends is a recent Floridian transplant […]
“The most learned men have been questioned as to the nature of this tuber, and after two thousand years of argument and discussion their answer is the same as it was on the first day: we do not know. The truffles themselves have been interrogated, and have answered simply: eat us and praise the Lord.” […]