I’m grateful to run across something on a walk that makes me laugh.
I found this so very sweet.
I think homemade signs are the best: they show an involvement that I love.
I had one visitor on this site today.
That would be … heh … ME.
Dan and I aren’t exactly huge animal lovers, but I’m grateful for this visitor. We are pretty sure it is helping with the vegetable eating critters we’ve had in the past. It is getting a bit less skittish with me, but I don’t pet it and it doesn’t ask for that. I guess we both know that neither of us is ready to get too close!
A friendly reminder is a good thing.
Another encouraging sidewalk message.
Today was the day Dan and I were to pick my brother Greg and sister-in-law Jan up from the airport and drive to Tahoe. Some of our kids would meet us there, along with my sister, her kids and families, my brother Timothy and sister-in-law Margaret and possibly some from their family. Also Jan’s brother and sister-in-law were coming.
Alas, Covid-19 put a stop to it all.
So what am I grateful for? Tons. Here are just a few things—
Family, of course (and missing them all horribly).
All the other people in our country who are sacrificing vacations for the health and safety of themselves and others (SO many aren’t complying with the advice to stay home and I find that perplexing).
The fact that I can shelter in place in such a wonderful area.
And memories. I am very very thankful for memories of past trips.
Here are a few photos from those trips …
You just have to love the sense of humor that exists in the neighborhood.
Okay … YOU don’t have to. But I DO love the sense of humor that exists in the neighborhood, and I’m grateful for it.