Showing posts from February, 2015

One Thousand Gifts

~ Animal tracks... these are sweet bunny tracks... Well I think they are?
~ Together time with my sweet husband
~ Hot chicken soup (again) to help sooth a sore throat 
~ On the mend after being sick for 20 days
~ Discovering new science from a new book purchased last week!
~ Missing the wild coyote that ran out in front of my car... Phew!!!
~ Meeting a new co-worker for the first time and really liking her
~ Excitement for our date night this Saturday night
~ Spending time with my niece for her birthday and shopping to boot
~ A Doctor whom I am grateful to have helping me through new issues 
# 155 Finding a love note in my lunch bag sneaked in by my sweet husband,  collected for years

Joy filled Happiness

Reading on line I stumbled upon this lovely video of Joy! I love it and wanted to share it with everyone! We sure need more of this kind of attitude in our world and lives today. I would happily join in on a flash mob like this one here!

One Thousand Gifts

~ National monuments to pioneers paving new ways in their time that benefits us in our lives today

~ Having the love of literature enough to write a book for fun

~ Connecting to my ancestors through pictures

~ Thankful that my father in law did not loose his hand in the accident last weekend

~ Grateful for doctors who are experts at stitches

~ Very hot, soothing and comforting chicken soup for my head cold

~ Finally finished trimming all the trees and really looking forwards to fresh apples this spring

~ Dear sweet friends who will pick right up where you left off at, no matter how much time has passed

# 144 A Valentines gift from my sweet husband even though we usually celebrate Valentines day all year long

Joining here with Bron

A World

A Poem from my daughter... She drew us on the bottom of the picture... Now my treasure A World
Here, were a mother and a daughter nothing less
A mother and child in a world,
A world that could barely be,
Bothered with mothers and children
Mandy Spell
My sweet baby girl was older than her age, I use to call her my old soul... 

Dorothy Fisher

A mother is not a person to lean on  but a person to make leaning unnecessary By Dorothy Fisher
Here is my sweet baby boy as a child at one of his school Christmas party's. This poem fits my son very well...  I am so proud of him and what he is accomplishing in his life
He is very self sufficient knows how to care for others in his sphere, he lives and loves with special respect and honor to all in his life and still loves his mommy lol My sweet baby boy

Granny's Box of Papers

I found this article in granny's papers, I never met Jerry Jilck because my grandmother didn't stay with him very long. My grandmother was married to three men. 1. Roy Apedaile, 1. Jerry Jilck and 3. Robert Acree of whom she became a widow from when he passed. Granny outlived all of them and spent many years single afterwards saying that she would never get married again and she didn't. It's pretty cool to see her in the newspaper. She and Jerry were married in April 1944 my mother was about two years old then.

One Thousand Gifts

~ Preserved history

~ Historical landmarks

~ Sherbet ice cream

~ Brand new socks

~ Local news stations

~ A loving Uncle caring for his wife... my Auntie in her time of need

~ Prescription sun glasses on a sunny day

~ Watching CSI New York with the Love of My Life! (a show we both like)

~ Watching the look on my husbands face as he is scared witless (I laughed so hard I almost peed my pants... a box of cereal fell off the counter upon him unexpectedly... I am laughing still with memory of it)

~ The beauty of a multicolored sunrise

~ Re-reading letters from my family and friends kept for decades

# 135 Hearing a new childhood story from my mother about her childhood I've never heard before

Joining here with Bron

Grannys Box of Papers

This Sunday I want to share a letter written to me by my grandmother... It is nothing remarkable and is rather mundane to outsiders but to me now a treasure. My grandmother corresponded to all the people in her life that she loved. She would write several times a week to family and friends and you could always count upon hearing from her consistently. That was something I loved about her, her constant affection to her family

Date January ? ( I added the year as she could not remember it) 2006 Dear Eva, I can't write very good, my hand shakes so bad. But I will write a few lines to you. I miss visiting with you. (She lives with my mother in Nevada and I in California) I hear about you from your mother when you call ( I can no longer speak to her on the phone as she cannot hear well) I guess things are going all right with your family. I started this letter several days ago and put it away while we went to town, I finally am at it again. Irene and Mike and family came over to visit …

One Thousand Gifts

# 123 Right now living and loving life! And.... Really busy this week... weather a little on the cloudy side! Just the way I like it

Granny's Box of Papers

Heaven’s Grocery store Unknown author I was walking down life’s highway a long time ago. One day I saw a sign that read heaven’s grocery store. As I got a little closer the door came open wide and when I came to myself I was standing inside. I saw a host of angels.  They were standing everywhere one handed me a basket and said, “My child shop with care.” Everything a Christian needed was in that grocery store and all you couldn't carry you could come back the next day for more. First, I got some patience, Love was in the same row. Further down was understanding. You need that everywhere you go. I got a box or two of wisdom, a bag or two of faith. I just couldn't miss the Holy Ghost, for it was all over the place.  I stopped to get some strength and courage to help me run this race. By then my basket was getting full, but I remembered I needed some grace. I didn't forget salvation for salvation was free, so I tried to get enough of that to save both you and me.  Then I st…