Grateful for my 2 kids, 2 granddaughters, 2 brothers and their wives and step-families, granddog, friends, and Brother David
Smiling even if I don’t feel happy. A blog today said that was one of the 3 healthy things to do every day, along with eating greens like spinach [I already have a daily spinach salad], and some exercise stuff..
Happy weekend – 🎒💕
I love this vest for my sore back:
TechKewl 6626-KH-L/XL Phase Change Cooling Vest
It has pouches in the back for icy packs – and in the front, but I don’t use the front ones. My back feels better after I wear it a while.
The icy packs are still solid in the fridge, so now I store the whole vest in a crisper drawer.
Happy weekend to all -🎒💕
Thank heavens, for your spouse – congrats, Cliff
Yes, Ose – I get to play with my ‘toys’ [my ‘stuff’] now that there’s so much less to do. My decluttering involves organizing more than getting rid of, but that’s satisfying. I lived in 2 homes for several yrs, so much of my stuff is not well organized.
Oh, sb, someone posted about you up above, and I wondered if you’re my sister-in-law, but her mother passed some time ago. I have warm feelings toward ‘sb’ in any case 😍
Darning socks! That takes me back in time. And reminds me that I need to darn the hole in the seat fabric of a dining room chair. I took out the old repair and am regretting it, because there’s not enough fabric to totally close the hole. 😒😟
Cool, Chester – I hope it goes well 😜😁
How well does ‘accept’ work, Carol? Not an easy situation! 💕😜😁
I like the crayons and coloring book, Journey – enjoy!
Re: diet – I just read that daily greens like spinach are good – I have a spinach salad every day with cottage cheese, banana, and poppyseed dressing
You can check out mine, Craig K –
Oh, thank you, Holly in Ohio 😍
Kevin, I thought of you the last time I wore my ‘TechKewl 6626-KH-L/XL Phase Change Cooling Vest’. I only put the cold packs in the back, not the front, and they give my back some relief. And I discover the cold packs are still solid, even in the fridge, as opposed to the freezer, so I’m storing the whole vest with its cold packs in a crisper drawer.
But I only have an ordinary old person’s bad back, and yours sounds worse than that!
I’ll second that, Carol – we’re so lucky to have such sons!
Yes, Holly in Ohio, and in my community, they, the teachers, are Finally[!!] eligible for covid vaccines, in addition to us old folks, who’ve already lived long lives! We want them to be present with our grand/children, but they weren’t eligible for the vaccine!
A more personalized name for the Holy Spirit – how wonderful! May She continue to reveal herself to you!
I remember meditating, long ago, and feeling the presence of a tall cloaked figure in front of me, and trying to find out who they were.
Thank you for sharing this, k’Care-Reena! I love how the big hand turned into a nourishing green! And I love the bare trees in #4 – they are a compelling image for me [whatever I mean by that..]. The rocks and more life-like background in #2 – ‘life-like’ being how complex our lives are – and with rocks in them! Is that Tarzan in the bottom corner of #3? Who/what is that man reaching out to? Thank you so much!
Yes, it looks like there’s an element of air pollution even. Thanks again, Palm, for you interest
Thanks, Holly in Ohio – that’s especially exciting, about getting rid of the lead in the soil. And that’s a good point, about clover and such, fixing nitrogen.
Thanks, Palm, for your interest – it was in the AutoDesk SketchBook app on my 8-yr-old Samsung tablet, and I opened the app last night for the first time in years. This picture in the gallery entertained me the most. If you can zoom in enough, you’ll see how the flower is drooping in the flowerpot by the door. But the person in the window seems quite happy. It’s unique among my drawings – most of them have similarities to some of the other drawings. It’s a gray Valentine’s Day her...
Thanks, Palm, for your interest – it was in the AutoDesk SketchBook app on my 8-yr-old Samsung tablet, and I opened the app last night for the first time in years. This picture in the gallery entertained me the most. If you can zoom in enough, you’ll see how the flower is drooping in the flowerpot by the door. But the person in the window seems quite happy. It’s unique among my drawings – most of them have similarities to some of the other drawings. It’s a gray Valentine’s Day here today.
Wow – weeds make the soil better – thanks!
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