I’m participating in David Abrams’s ‘Sunday Sentence‘ project, sharing the best sentence I’ve read during the past week, ‘out of context and without commentary’. ‘Nothing you do can stop time’s unfolding.You don’t ever let go of the thread.’ Source: The Way It Is, by William Stafford Connect with me:
Happy Easter to those who celebrate! I discovered this tag from Crowing About Books. Rabbit: A book you wish would multiply (a book you want a sequel to, but doesn’t have one) I would love ‘The Oyster Thief’ to have a sequel! It was such an amazing story about adventure and becoming your own person,Continue reading “Easter Book Tag”
I’m glad that I have all four Easter Snoopys! I chose them by randomly picking packages. The Easter Snoopys were sold in sealed bags that you couldn’t see through them. I still randomly chose a bag with anticipation of the new Itty Bitty Snoopy that would come home. Gladly different Easter Snoopys were selected.
Easter Sunday holds a special meaning for me. When Andy and I started dating five years ago, I met his family on Easter Sunday. I first thought I was only meeting his parents, which that alone is a big step. It turned out that I was meeting Andy’s entire family that day: his parents andContinue reading “April 1, 2018: Both Parts of Easter”
Today is a quiet afternoon in Paterson. I first went to visit my mother’s gravesite in Clifton. I’m glad that I got to spend more time to visit her, especially since my time was so limited last weekend. It was so nice to see the lilacs I picked up for her blooming. Andy and IContinue reading “March 31, 2018: Returning”
A few thoughts as I’m getting ready for work: I really like Blueberry flavored coffee! Andy and I visited 7-11 yesterday morning before I went to work to have some. He’s has Blueberry coffee in the past and really enjoyed it. I still love going to Wawa for coffee, but the Blueberry coffee 7-11 hasContinue reading “March 30, 2018: End of Week Thoughts”
In a couple days I’m visiting my family in Paterson. It will be wonderful to see them again. Usually Easter weekend is a little complicated with regards to length of time in seeing family. I spend a good amount of time with my family for Thanksgiving and Christmas, yet Easter is the only time IContinue reading “March 29, 2018: Preparing for Easter”