Measuring Success

In graduate school, I had a professor who, for whatever reason, didn’t want to give me an ‘A’. I was three points away from my ‘A’. I KNEW what was coming – and I was correct:

                                                         

“Professor, you said that if we came to every class and always participated that we would get extra credit.”

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There’s Magic in Ordinary Days

 

In a world with global warming, Covid, war, bullying…my love and I live in the mountains, enjoy each other and try not to think too much…

                                                                                                                                               

The autumn color is awe-inspiring. My flower boxes against the golden aspen can’t be ignored.  

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New Year’s Day 2022

WORKING AT LIFE

 

 

New Year’s Day 2022 this is my view in our tiny mountain village at 9,000 feet. Most people just want to visit in the summer. So this peacefulness is blessed.

 

 

What’s MOST IMPORTANT to me:

 

Continually:

 

Connecting with my husband

 

Staying healthy – physically, mentally, spiritually

 

Publishing my work & connecting with my readers

 

 

 

I don’t know if I can keep up this pace but my goal is to keep at it:

 

 

Christmas Eve service with husband

                                                                                                                 

 

 

New Year’s Eve dinner with husband – shared my gratitude jar entries for 2021 and we laughed, remembered and were thankful

 

 

 

We shared dessert – I took 1 bite of each

 

 

 

Husband & I are continually working at us.

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We Get By With A Little Help From Our Friends

I live with my husband and our dogs at 9,000 feet in a tiny mountain village, in the Colorado Rockies. Life here isn’t easy but those of us who live here do so because we really like it.

Before COVID , (we are always going to be saying that) a gathering of us girlfriends was a regular occurrence.

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A New Grandchild

Love is universal.                                            

My husband and I just became new grandparents! It is deeply sacred, knowing that now, we are always connected with  this child. I shared this happy news with numerous of supportive girlfriends.

 

There are other people, who would call me their friend, yet who would disapprovingly judge my daughter and perhaps me as well.

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