Tag Archives: Poetry

“Sometimes you feel sad and you can’t quite put your finger on why. It’s not one acute sorrow that’s eating you. You feel in a way the whole of life calls for tears.”¹ Wanted or unwanted, the sun tilts and the Northern hemisphere shifts to cold.. spaces around me shift with the distancing sun, so too, my […]

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Temperatures are dropping to minus 40 C. The pup and I will be tucked in, next to the fire.. { She’s just been spayed, but doing remarkably well. } ♥ I’ll be back in a bit after tending to our pup, with a mason jar craft, and a pretty Recipe Notebook review. Keep warm!   […]

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Autumn is the such a brief but beautiful gift. I love this poem “An Autumn Evening” by Lucy Maud Montgomery, because she transforms bare trees into harps for the wind. She reminds us there is still joy to be found in our life’s change of seasons as well, a poem like this reminds us to […]

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  ♥ Some I know have had, still have such difficult, even tragic lives.. and yet they continue to amaze me with their courage and grace, their love.. and most of all their ability to still feel gratitude for all the blessings in their lives. These loved ones inspire and lift us all up to […]

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