Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Little Things

bringing home a bouquet of daffodils.
running country roads in the rain and liking it.
the little lady that my daughter is growing into--may I take your plate?  i'd love to take your plate for you.
asher's half-spin-kick-and-arm-swing dance move.
getting into the car and having 90's music come booming across the speakers.  husband and his 90's tunes--it cracks me up.  what cracks me up more, is that the kids are in cahoots with him.  they were head-bobbin all the way to the store this afternoon, and each of them asked me to turn it back
reading the "Boys of My Youth." Jo Ann Beard reminds me a little of Annie Dillard, and while I read, I can't help but feel I'm learning more about the craft from a master.
yoga in Sellwood with my sweet friend.
listening to my girl read.
plowing my hands into what winter settled in, and looking forward to Spring.
pinning garden photos on Pinterest.
the thought that my iPhone camera will be replaced once I take the two minutes to replace it...
the family reunion that is in the works.
come nighttime, the chorus of frogs croaking in all of their glory.
looking forward to the Portland Rock N' Roll half marathon!
exercise.  it saves me.
finally, bedtime.

and it is bedtime, indeed.

Isn't the "Little Things" photo beautiful?  Thanks to my friend, Bonnie, of Sketching Clouds, she is allowing me to use this button she created over a year ago, when she took part in this series.  The heart-shaped rock was found while on a hike with her husband in Oregon.  She says, "I still keep it on my window sill in the kitchen." 
I love it.

 I hope each of you is doing wonderfully.


“You must write every single day of your life... You must lurk in libraries and climb the stacks like ladders to sniff books like perfumes and wear books like hats upon your crazy heads... may you be in love every day for the next 20,000 days. And out of that love, remake a world.” ― Ray Bradbury
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