The heavy gray sky set the mood for this morning. There was a promise of rain in the air, but it never came. Clouds hung over the valley, lopping along the sky to drop their precious water on the foothills above us. I was letting the difficult events of the day ahead, hang over me like omninous clouds. ...more
I have struggled a little this year with going back to work, and keeping on top of all the things I would like to accomplish. As a result, this is what I put together for my Family to keep track of all the fun activities we want to accomplish during this season. I sat down with my kids and asked them what some they wanted to do this year, so this is what we came up together. I thought I would share with you all so that, if you are a list checker like myself, you can use it for your family also!
Yesterday was a gorgeous, warm fall day. Late in the afternoon while driving home my eyes witnessed nature's awesome beauty. I snapped these photos with my mobile phone. Pretty awesome pics, eh? What kind of phone you ask? HTC one x+...more
October is over! I don't have much candy left. I'm taking down some of the pumpkin decorations today...and that makes me a little sad. October is such a fun month. There are sunny days, it usually always warms up at some point. I get to wear my favorite outfit- shorts and a sweatshirt. I love the crisp smell of the air in the mornings. The leaves are beautiful, the chestnuts fall and I am inspired to clean the house....more
You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces - just good food from fresh ingredients.-Julia ChildOctober is a month I relish. The weather is spot on for running – crisp temperatures pop a spring in my step as leaves crunch underfoot....more
I've been thinking a lot about time. I suppose fall does that to me. With all the leaves falling and the ground decaying under my feet. It's Mother Nature's most in-your-face reminder that time marches on, things change, release, fall away. And I suppose I feel like being grounded too....more
Do I embrace failure? No! I absolutely don't embrace failure. There's nothing for me to hide regarding that. I do not like failure, I don't even want to be partial friends with failure.BUT,I fail!...more
Since yesterday's topic of discussion was related to love, I'll take this one to be about love as well. In this manner, the first person I thought I "fell" for, in love, would be a fellow 5th/6th grade boy. We'll call him "G".Read more at: Life Breath Present...more