This weekend wasn’t nearly as photogenic as the last one (or hopefully as this next one promises to be !) but it seemed a lot more typical of weekends around here. A Friday afternoon pedicure. (which isn’t all that typical … Continue reading Early May Weekending.
I picked up this lovely collection at a bookshop on Monroe Street when I visited Sara in Madison last February. I was looking for a book published by a micro press for the 2017 Read Harder challenge. The shop owner … Continue reading Tuesdays are for Poetry.
from today’s morning walk …are full of promise. Continue reading Sometimes Mondays.
This week’s Think Write Thursday topic is to write a post describing our ideal day. I’ve been thinking about it since Monday (when Carole announced the topic) and I still haven’t been able to come up with one ideal day. well, … Continue reading An Ideal Walk.
…on a travel Tuesday. As soon as I post this (and pack the car 😉), Holly and I are headed to Florida to visit my mom for a week. 1. I figured out where all the heat has gone. Here’s … Continue reading Five Quick Things.
I’m amazed a few of the photos are actually in focus because it seems like the last three days were a blur! Beth, Betty and I enjoyed an early walk in the park on Friday (including that awesome bird sighting … Continue reading Weekending.
Long-time (and maybe even not so long) readers probably know that my typical Wednesday routine starts with a walk (lately dark early with Marc), proceeds to knitting class and then to wine and knitting with my sister, Karen. It’s a … Continue reading A Wednesday with Extras.
from this morning’s walk Here It’s always here, the silent underpinning, the foundation beneath the foundation. When I reach deep enough into darkness, inside fear, self-doubt, aversion or despair, there’s something so intact I almost miss it in my focus … Continue reading Watercolor Wednesday | Here.
This morning’s walk to the lake was the perfect way to ease into a day that began too early, mostly because the past two nights have ended way too late. The sky was blue, the sun shone bright, and danced … Continue reading Eye Candy Friday | A Morning Walk.
Last Monday, I had a little over an hour left in Fahrenheit 451; there’s nothing like a little dystopia in your ears to add atmosphere to a quiet, cloudy morning. Henry Vilas Park is about a mile and a half … Continue reading A Morning Walk in Madison.