This made me think of my Grandpa Jackson.
He would tell me about his Dog. He always had a dog.
He would say that his Dog was the Best dog.
He would tell me that his Dog was always a Good dog.
I would point out that his Dog was peeing on the floor.
He would just laugh and say, “well maybe right now, but he won’t get better if you focus on what he’s done wrong.”
I think this is a good lesson for today.
We get bombarded by faults. What is: Wrong, Bad, Illegal, and Salacious seems to get all the attention. People seek attention, and behavior is becoming more and more bizarre.
Today I’m grateful for reminders of my Grandfather, and opportunities to treat people as they could be.
Up at 5:30 am with the puppy. He’s getting better and better sleeping longer, and going potty outside.
My youngest Son is spending the weekend with friends. My husband is taking care of the bees and building the house.
When this house is quiet, it seems I get busy.
I fertilized the yard–going to battle with the Virginia Button Weed taking up residence–, I cleaned the bathrooms, vacuumed and mopped, made hard boiled eggs. Put on some fabulous sauce for Involtini. I tried a new Instant Pot recipe for BBQ chicken. It wasn’t horrible.
Lunches are made, sheets are washed, the house is in order, we are tired and ready for Monday.
Max is finding his way. Dolly is getting closer to him. Max plays hard, naps harder. Playing ball with the two today, Dolly fetched, and Max chased her, and would jump in my arms when Dolly dropped the ball at my feet.
Some Sundays are just better than others.
My Bossy watch,
Tells me when to stand up
It tells me when to walk
It reminds me that I need to breath
It a wonder it doesn’t talk.
It buzzes when I reach a goal,
Encourages me when I win.
It shows me who needs to talk
Or has texted once again.
Do you have a bossy watch?
Do you let it answer the phone and talk into it, like Dick Tracy?
Does anyone remember Dick Tracy?
Image from Pinterest.
Today is another day. The sun came up. My Dolly has her tail in high gear waiting to greet me.
Let’s see what kind of good things I can find today.
As difficult as life can be, I’m determined to look for some good today.
Maybe I’ll head out to the farmers market, and make something yummy?
At a very early age I was precocious.
Always in trouble, but very loyal.
I could put on a pout, better than anyone.
I was always enamored of my image, and sought out any mirror I could find.
When the image changed for me, I was equally unhappy.
I’ve always loved flying and have enjoyed helping others fly too.
I love Tinkerbell. I’m glad she’s still with me.
I called my cousins to wish her happy birthday, and we got to chatting.
She was so encouraging and sweet.
We are all so unique in our own way.
It would be a shame if we couldn’t enjoy our own way of being unique.
Cheers to loving your own unique self.
I want to enjoy selfies with my cousin. All I want to do with this picture is fix my neck.
It was an awesome day, and so much fun, but I can’t get past my selfie, cause It’s horrible, and not how I see myself. I’d like to be comfortable with my image.
I would love to have a view, in a comfortable home to enjoy en perpetuity.
Swag. I’d love to have a swag when I walk in the door as good as Bugs in a Dress!
I want to hang out with the bees. I think I’d like to just get off by myself for a bit and be just me.
I might have to go get something Spring-y.
I went to Costco today. Its amazing how cheap roses are after Valentine’s Day.
I saw these, 24 in total. I made 3 lovely displays and scattered them about the house.
It was amazing how quickly they perked up and showed off.
Good for them.
You don’t need a holiday to be beautiful.
Roses bloom where they are, shouldn’t we do the same?
The Bluebonnets in Texas are really prevalent in late March and early April. To my surprise we got a little peek today at lunch.
So happy to see the happy flower showing up earlier than expected.
Ron Niebrugge photographer captured a stunning view.