I almost stayed home from BlogHer’s 10th anniversary celebration. Then, I saw a early bird ticket for sale. […]
I’m in San Jose! This year I have a roomy, Kay Lynn, which is waaay more fun. This […]
Sunset over water fills me with peace. The light calms my soul. Children murmur.. The breeze whispers…Dinners beckons […]
Comments I heard: Ooooo! I never saw it from this angle. before. Is it new? It looks like […]
I saw the Michigan bird (Robin) building a nest among the Michigan blossoms (Apple.) Michigan, My Michigan. (Si […]
The greatest gift we have is our time. – Meditation from St. Francis Xavier
It’s cold and winter is here; summer still clings with all her might. Sometimes, that’s the way I feel. I love summer. Still, there’s something invigorating about a brisk walk in crisp air.
My friend Geri gifted me with a day in Chicago with friends. Of course I can go anytime, but I don’t. I wait for a reason. What better reason than time with a friend.
First we visited the French Market. I never knew
My first Fathom Event: Dr. Who Day of the Doctor in 3-D. Was it worth it? Heck Yes!
Loved-One is a fan of Doctor Who. Not a Johnny-come-lately fan, Loved-One can name all the companions since Romana I, Roman II, who came out of nowhere with no explanation, and K-9, Loved-One’s favorite companion. And what about his favorite Doctor? Tom Baker, hands down. Tom Baker and his crazy 10 foot scarf.
I’m a late comer. I started with Christopher Eccleston as The Doctor and Rose (Billie Piper) as his companion. The Empty Child pointed out a big difference between British television and American. British children die. Lots of British children die.
I’m crazy about Doctor Who; my favorite re-generation is David Tennant. I cannot decide which companion I like the most: Is it Rose, or Amy and Rory, or Clara, or maybe Martha. Jack Harkness
You can’t always get what your want,
But if your try sometimes,
You might find,
You get what you need. – The Rolling Stones
My bonus mother, Marilyn, the mother Loved-One gave me, gifted us with flowering trees from the Arbor Day Foundation: two Washington Hawthorns and a Crab-apple. The trees were tiny, little seedlings that fit in a sandwich bag. All Together.
Loved-One and I nurtured them, took pictures of them and gave progress reports to Marilyn. The Crab-apple made her home beside our water garden with nary a worry. The next spring,
I snapped these photos while I was pedaling. Love my iPhone! A little bit of blurriness is from […]
September is now the number one month for weddings. Loved-One, Ducky and I went to Nashville late last […]