Tag Archives: Life
I love the deep pink of the wild flowering currant, a true harbinger of spring.
News is bleak from this disease more warnings, more decrees, what can one do? He planted peas.
What if the liar said what was true, what if the thief gave something to you. What if a cheater gave up on that game, what if the blamer took some of the blame. What if a pretender began to … Continue reading
Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these … Continue reading
Looking back, we see where we’ve come from. We can not change any of it, but we can learn a lot by seeing our tracks; what we bypassed, where we hid, where we detoured to get us here. ©Sharron R. … Continue reading
Until you know you will not drown, you must not try to save anyone else. Stay away from those who are also thrashing about trying to survive, lest in their panic you both are sucked below. You are tired. It … Continue reading
You know it’s been a long winter when you get excited about seeing the first slugs of the year.
Pussy willows, huckleberry and a daffodil. Lovely.
Unwrap it, admire it, enjoy it. And be thankful at the end of it.
If you stand perfectly still and stare long enough at the litter of maple leaves on the ground, you’ll be surprised to see them moving and then a bird comes into focus and then another and another. Masters of camouflage, … Continue reading
Walk around your neighbourhood, find a path or a trail and take a walk through nature, life is all around us in spite of dire news. Take all the necessary precautions but embrace life, hope for solutions, believe in miracles … Continue reading
Believe in tomorrow Hope for the future Go outside and make a corner of your world beautiful.
He who has a why to live can bear almost any how. ~Friedrich Nietzsche
Primrose from my Valentine now in my garden shine turned up faces in the sun bring smiles every time. ©2020 Sharron R. McMillan