Category Archives: Meta-blogging

Pink Clouds

My photo blog is a reaaaal challenge.  I thought I took photos every day, but it turns out some days I really don’t.  And some days it is just a stretch to find anything pretty or interesting to photograph.  That, … Continue reading

Posted in Meta-blogging, Nature | 3 Comments

What Comes Naturally

Since my daughter and her dog are allegedly leaving here and moving into their own apartment on Friday of this week, I have eased up on some rules. For instance, the dog was not allowed into this room, it’s door … Continue reading

Posted in Depression, Dog, Gratitude, Meta-blogging | 16 Comments

A Cold Autumn Morning

Fall apples from the farmers market.  After being peeled and sliced, they went into a pie.  The pie went into our tummies, and the rest is history. I woke early this morning thinking I would go swimming.  I did my … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Meta-blogging | 8 Comments

Knock, knock, who’s there?

Just trying to understand who is reading my blog: I’d be ever so grateful if you would answer.  It’s anonymous.   Or you can leave a comment  –  I always love comments.

Posted in Meta-blogging | 14 Comments

Where to go? What to do?

I can see that I am at a crossroads in my life. I am in a new job. I am not 40, I am 61, and I feel every second of it. My hobby of the last 10 years, running, … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, Junk-blogging, Meta-blogging, Work | 6 Comments

Damien of Molokai

Today is the feast of St. Damien of Molokai. I read his story a few years back, just before he was canonized.  An amazing man who happily left Belgium for a leper colony in Hawaii, eventually dying of leprosy.   … Continue reading

Posted in Depression, Feasts, Icons, Meta-blogging, Progress, Sobriety, Truth | 7 Comments

Humbled and Grateful

Thank you, thank you, thank you for the comments yesterday.  I had absolutely no idea that people read this blog every day.  And I cannot imagine why you would read the blog – of a depressed person in a dead-end … Continue reading

Posted in Food, Meta-blogging, Work | 10 Comments