Bert is doing very well and so far he remains cancer free. I’m still blending his food up to a pea soup texture and I’ve started him on cans of kitten food to help him gain back some of the weight he lost. He really loves the kitten smoothies I blend for him every day […]
This Sunday is Mothers Day and for the last 30 years, I have been without my mother. For several years after my Mother died, I could barely go near a card store in the month before Mothers Day. If I walked by the card section of a store, my throat would start to close up, […]
Thanks for dropping by my blog. From now on, this is the place where I’ll be posting pictures, short status updates, stories about Bert & Ernie, Raven & Gracie. I’ll share the books I’m reading, my sewing and crocheting projects, home and garden photos, and other stuff that I find interesting. I hope you’ll drop […]
I’m ready for the hummingbirds. I hung a feeder out about 10 days ago and am keeping my eye out for the earliest arrivals. The earliest arrivals to metro Atlanta showed up a few days ago….they will be at my feeders soon!
My sweet kitty Bert has had some health issues lately and we’ve gotten to know our veterinarian pretty well since he’s made many trips for care in the last few months. The vet performed some exploratory surgery on his bottom lip and chin 10 days ago and sent some tissue samples off to UGA for […]
More snow and temps in the low teens (at last check 11 degrees) with wind chill close to and below 0. It is freezing here in the deep south.
The Douglas County Chamber Singers Christmas concert was last night and as I reflect on the evening, I feel so many emotions. I have sung with this group for 16 years (I missed the very first concert). I am honored to be a part of the Singers and have learned so much about choral singing […]
Last night I saturated my dry hair with this stuff, put on a shower cap & left it for about 30 minutes. Then I shampooed & conditioned as usual. I let my hair dry naturally and my hair is soft, smooth, shiny and not frizzy…it also feels like it has more body in it. I […]
“We believe it would be immoral to resign,” says Johnnie Moore, a lay evangelical leader who has served as an informal spokesman for the Evangelical Advisory Board. “As faith leaders, we have been given an opportunity to speak directly to various members of the administration, to provide not just policy counsel but personal counsel. We’re […]