Tag Archives: quarantine

Summer ends; new beginnings.

Is there anything more fleeting than summer? Question for God: Why, the very moment summer begins, do you begin stealing a minute of its light at each end of the day? Good thing Lily pounced on it from the get-go … Continue reading

Posted in All Things Family, Life | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments

My spirit animal is the sloth.

As a two-week “pause” has stretched to four, with nothing but uncertainty ahead, there is ample time for reflection. What are you learning about yourself? Us? Well, the veneer of civilized behavior is melting away one layer at a time … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Tagged , | 6 Comments

Easter without the eggs?

Real or perceived, there’s been talk of an egg shortage the last few weeks. Maybe due to “stress baking” or perhaps a slight hiccup in the supply chain, but whatever the cause, our hens are suddenly looking like superstars! While … Continue reading

Posted in All Things Poultry, Life | Tagged , , , , , | 5 Comments

The olds are all right.

I’ve never felt so elderly. Neighbors checking in, “Are you okay? Are you really okay?” The kids making sure we are properly distancing. Blessed young friends doing errands for us and taking Lily to the beach. (Tammy, you should be … Continue reading

Posted in Life | Tagged , | 4 Comments