Photo: Ursa Major’s map of the world, made during his study of Ghana for the past month of so. I am not sure who did the writing here (that’s not his handwriting), but it’s one of the rare things I’ve seen him fully and lovingly complete at school. It’s not to say I haven’t seen…
A little bit of motivation for the start of a new week.
The world is crazy. You can help fix it.
This Northern Life often brings me full circle. When it happens, I just have to stop and take notice.
God don’t give you everything. But if you’re lucky, you can have a whole lot and have no need for trying to have “it all.” Because we can’t have it all. But we might, if we’re lucky, have enough.
Spring is trying to kill me. Also, Rector Search, too.
Got to have a little down-time with a trip to Maryland for Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival.
Photo: More Nora Valdez. I’m so delighted by her art. New Englanders are complaining about the rain, but I actually don’t have a problem with it. The raindrops means I get to enjoy all the green without much itchy-eye or non-stop sneezing. “I’m going to build an ark!” The safety-officer told me yesterday morning in…
When the boys asked me a question about the Invincible Hammer in Toad’s Treasure Tracker, well… a little spontaneous history lesson had to happen.
Photo: She’s coming along! I wish I had more time to dedicate to her, and that’s an impossible dream at the moment. But the moments I snatch here and there are totally worth it. I’m so pleased with the early results. Making art, in any form, is so deeply rewarding. You have probably read…