Monthly Archives: June 2014

While the body butter soaks in….

I shall sit here and eat my oatmeal and blog.  The photo is from a hike my daughter and I took a couple of weeks ago.  It was such a beautiful day. Do I need a quick lesson on Soccer … Continue reading

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A Dream

I have so many roses in my garden, I don’t know which ones to go crazy over!  This is the Don Juan that didn’t do what it was supposed to.  It was supposed to be a climber.  I had pulled … Continue reading

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Welcomed home by the Roses

The color of these roses cannot be captured by the camera, they are so bright.  I tuned down the color, and here they are.  I so wish I could get a photo of their color. I went to see my … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Cat, Family, Roses, Sobriety | 5 Comments

Shifting Enthusiasms

The Chicago Peace rose that I love so much.  It has many buds on it and will keep producing beautiful roses, until the heat of summer is fully established, then it will rest for a while until the cooler days … Continue reading

Posted in Aging, Clothes, Family, Fear, Gratitude, Mass, Roses, Sobriety | 1 Comment

43 degrees and torrential rains

A suddenly typical late spring morning in Colorado.  It wears on a person’s nerves.  My garden is growing like crazy.  I have to pull weeds every single day!  I don’t mind 🙂  It is strange to go outside and feel … Continue reading

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First Roses of 2014!

This is not an actual fully bloomed rose yet, but I bet it will be by this afternoon!  This is the beautiful Chicago Peace.  I have a Fragrant Cloud next to it that will probably be a full beautiful rose … Continue reading

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Off to Work

Kitty is warming up as the days go by.  She comes and sits with me while I knit – see above.  She is now looking out of the windows.  I have never known a cat who doesn’t like to sit … Continue reading

Posted in Cat, Depression, Garden, Gratitude, Work | 2 Comments