And my poem is from December 2012 here – the years go by and grateful that poems can be shared again. I will post again later today. Take good care and blessings! Lights and moments of grace continue . . . thank you.
Saturday, November 19, 2022. Grey sky and Norway spruce tree by my computer windows.
The work of everyday life, with gratitude. The last few weeks, I have been listening to Thanksgiving: A Windham Collection (1998 Windham Hill Records). Timeless music and peaceful.
It is interesting how a few images can offer inspiration. This year the yellow chrysanthemum on the old green chair near the forsythia offers so much beauty. This is a sheltered place, near the cedar garage and cedar fence that Karl built.
small home library books and journals to read at different times some to reread and some to give away
Last summer, I enjoyed creating a collection of books for Goodwill in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Books that may bless someone else.
There are books I will always keep, and sometimes I may order a copy for a library or friend. Small press journals may be new for many people, and may inspire someone to write.
Now I look at my small home library, and books I learned about from reviews and blogs are waiting to be read, or read again. Used books as well. Some covers are faded, some are new, all beautiful. Memories, gratitude, hope, and new inspiration. One or two books at a time now.