Yesterday, the Daily Post at WordPress.com said: “At noon today take a pause in what you’re doing or thinking about. Make a note of it, and write a post about it later.”
I enjoyed saying hello to many of you yesterday morning and later again yesterday. Thank you!
At High Noon here we were walking out the back door and on our way to be with family in Milwaukee. The day was beautiful and the roads were fine. A cup of coffee this morning is all I need for breakfast. I love my quiet life, sitting here typing; and it was a good Christmas.
Milwaukee is family for me. I love this city for this reason most of all.
I’m the youngest in my family, and there are so many stories people tell that I don’t recall. And I think where was I? because I have a good memory.
It won’t surprise you to learn I was reading one book after another. I also drew, made collages, did needlework, took a sewing class and made a suit–many things fell by the wayside over the years and can be picked up again. I played school and became a teacher as you know.
Thanks again for your greetings yesterday morning, in the evening when I returned, and this morning. They mean a lot to me. We have so much in common. I’ve had penpals since grade school and have been corresponding with dear poets for years and years. It doesn’t seem necessary to “meet in person.” There are connections which transcend time and place, as we all know every day.
This is from the drive back North.
and turning to the next
holiday lights on the windmill
in Cedar Grove
The image is from Reusable Art. My mom liked pansies, and they are also hardy and one of the first flowers for sale here in the Spring.