Of morning tea beside the trickling. fountain, Attending to the nesting birds of spring; Of sandwiches and chips for May-time lunch, The welcomed mid-day respite that it brings; Of languid, lazed “martini eves” of summer, Playing fetch, with puppy toys a-fling; Our coupled Adirondacks… Continue Reading “Of Two Chairs”
After finding this teepee in the woods I imagined a family adventure neath its sheltering boughs. Read more…
“…Twas that rainbow heaven moment
When I knew that all was well
And the babe soon born would bless us
With his gentle smiling self.”
This sonnet is a reflection of the happy days so long ago, when we surreptitiously (or so we thought) parked across the street from our new home.
He’d planned it so carefully, counting the years, ticking off the days until his last. After, it was all that he’d expected it would be, as weekends were no longer the times set aside to get personal things done. For four years, he rejoiced… Continue Reading “Back to School”
Today, the first day of the rest of life,
My daughter, Stephanie is a talented young woman who writes an insightful blog. I think you will appreciate (click on the photo) reading “Marriage is not What I Thought It would Be”.