I deeply appreciate water, surrounded by it as I have been all my life. But I had never seen this, Advertisements
Thankful for the promise of hollyhocks, which bloom along the shore and grow like weeds, tall and thick-stemmed in the moist lake air. # This post is also for Cee’s Flower of the Day
He was too earthy, too down and dirty, too north to my south, too swarthy for my Irish freckled white, and yet we melded, until that restaurant, when it came apart. It was his lack of couth, uncertain as he was about forks, or how to speak to […]
I’m creating a new category on Colder by the Lake, a personal Gratitude Journal I’ve been interested in starting for quite some time.
Grateful to discover the music of The Vaudevillian, a trio that joyously plays 1920s and 30s blues.
Grateful for the rainforest, on Vancouver Island, near Courtenay, where some of British Columbia’s tallest trees thrive in the rich, damp, coastal soil.
Gratitude is hot. You probably already know this. Research on the health benefits of thankfulness is rolling in. At least 50 apps for Gratitude Journaling now exist. And a virtual gratitude jar has emerged in the last few days on Reddit.
Retracting, reverting from rapture, no pulse strong enough to catapult up.