Category Archive: A Kid Again

Because It’s Not Every Day…

/ / … that one sees all these things. Orange cauliflower at a roadside farmstand. A bundle of carrots whose colors were almost as numerous as a rainbow’s. A Monarch butterfly that is injured, and… Continue reading

Lovely Linda

/ / It’s taken me two months to get this post up on my blog… but better late than never. Titling my post as I did, one would likely think the first photo… Continue reading

Timely, Tried and True

/ / Dear Izzy, I think God may have heard my heart’s prayer asking for a different view. When we woke up today, there were about ten tree removal workers across the street, cutting down… Continue reading

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“A portrait {or four} of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—On Christmas Eve, watching Polar Express in his new Christmas jammies, and on Christmas morning, opening his… Continue reading

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“A portrait {or two} of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—Graciously allowing me to take his picture in front of the tree with a Santa hat on… Continue reading

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“A portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—Daydreaming about what he’ll get for Christmas as he looks at the daily toy ads. It’s so precious to… Continue reading

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“A portrait of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—Waiting by the front door for trick-or-treaters to stop by so he can give them his best tigerly roar.… Continue reading

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“A portrait {or two} of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—Playing in the leaves down the street from our house and performing in his Batman costume standing… Continue reading

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“A portrait {or two} of my child, once a week, every week, in 2014.” / / Izzy—On a leaf walk with me in our neighborhood. . . . .

Quintessential Summer – County Fair

/ / Oh, happy day! I hesitate to start my post this way… while there’s so much darkness, evil or heartache going on all around the world. But my writing about something good… Continue reading