Today, I have one question for you. Do you feel safe? If you were to ask me that question a few years ago, I would have said, "yes, for the most part." Yes, because I live with a protective husband in a small community with a low crime rate. I have loving friends who I… Continue reading The Safe Place We Long For
'Twas the start of 2019, and all through our houseNot an animal was stirring, not even a mouse;Our house was all quiet and cleaned daily with care,No need for a Swiffer to deal with dog hair; Every morning Colleen could stay snuggled in bed,No one waking her early with a need to be fed;With work… Continue reading The Poem of Us
What do Bison and baseball have in common? Well, other than starting with the letter B, they were the two things we observed this past Saturday. The decision to purchase a year-long state park pass was such a great idea. It has allowed us to drive through a fabulous state park whenever we head that… Continue reading Becoming Home: Living Alert
Beautiful spring days have been a rarity lately. So when we awoke on Saturday with the hope of sunny skies and warm temps, my husband and I headed off to spend time enjoying it while we can. On the agenda for the day was the high school girls fast-pitch tournament where our hometown girls were… Continue reading Getting Home: When Life Leaves Us Homeless.
State Parks, restaurants, hotel rooms, shopping, and car rides. What do all these things have in common? Vacation. My husband and I were able to get away for a few days to a beautiful place in Minnesota with antique shops and river views. Though it both snowed and rained during our time away, we had… Continue reading Finding A Place Like Home
Today is the celebration of 13 years of marriage to my best friend. He is such a gift to me it is hard for me to fully explain but hopefully I can give you an image. All I need you to do is picture the place you feel the most at home. Home is a… Continue reading The Bubble of Home