You’re off to great places!
Today is you day!
Your mountain is waiting,
So…get on you way!
It’s the sweet simple things of life which are the real ones after all.
–Laura Ingalls Wilder
love grieved for all that was lost…
for the thunder of a multitude
Meandering along a favorite walkway, the Bay frolics in the wind. With gentle ocean waves reaching and sea gulls softly calling, an enchanted saunter refreshes and when the waters return, all cares fade in the romping of the tide. Continue reading “The Passage”
When the sun begins its descent, light dances on gentle waves on the harbor of Ballena Bay. Continue reading “Ballena Bay”
While driving down the lane to my grandparent’s family home, so many emotions tugged at my heart. Stories about my family swirled in my head as I slowly approached the old cabin. Weaving along the dirt road, I wished that my mother were with me, so she could answer the many questions that started to form as I took my first glimpse back into time. Continue reading “The Unexpected Road Trip: The Ranch ~ July 22”
More unknown family photos….
This photo of a young man does not bear a date nor a place of where it may have been taken. Continue reading “Who are They? Part Three”
I had butterflies and couldn’t sleep, so I finally rolled out of bed about 4:30 this morning and hopped in the shower. Today, I was returning “home” to Hotchkiss, Colorado to attend a family reunion, and I hadn’t been there since my grandmother’s funeral in 1983. Too many years had passed since I had visited my early home. Continue reading “The Unexpected Road Trip: The North Fork Valley ~ July 22”
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