Help for Spring Fever
For the month of January, I was so happy to fly south with the other snowbirds. A month of sun and warmer temperatures were just what Dr. Debbie ordered. I’m home now and the snow and ice couldn’t wait to greet me. So, I think I need a booster shot. It’s time to think “SPRING.” […]
May Day is a Must!
May 1st is May Day. It is an ancient spring festival that has been adapted and altered by past generations, and nations. In early America, baskets were filled with flowers and left on someone’s doorstep. The secret giver would ring the bell and run, leaving behind a bouquet and joy. One of the easiest ways […]
While Waiting for Spring
The biting wind and threatening sky did little to convince me it was spring. “They” predicted nine inches of snow. Fortunately, “They” were wrong. The storm slipped south and not one flake fell at my house. Sorry Indianapolis! Spring has arrived, although the calendar forgot to inform the weather. Here in America’s Midwest it is […]
Are you a Chionophile?
No one in my house would ever accuse me of being a chionophile. I do enjoy the first snowfall. I love watching the big fluffy flakes float to the ground and snuggling up next to a crackling fire, but by mid-March I am pacing like an expectant father waiting for the arrival of spring. Chionophile, […]
No Expiration Date
Each of us has dreams, desires and goals. We may be currently working toward those goals and putting feet to our desires. Yet, there may still be dreams sitting on our selves that we take out to gaze at now and then. I am a mom to five children. I chose to homeschool which demanded […]