10 Books I Hope to Read in September

September is the coziest month for me. There's something about the start of a fresh, new academic year that gets me super excited (I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address - one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite movies, You've Got Mail).... Continue Reading →

Unraveled Wednesday – Week 35 of 2020

Happy Wednesday, friends. Wednesdays are for catching up with Kat at As Kat Knits and sharing my weekly reading and knitting projects. This week I'm sharing three finished books and some exciting knitting progress. Finished Reading This Week: Birds of a Feather is the second Maisie Dobbs book. Maisie is hired to find the missing... Continue Reading →

A Sunday Poem With The Frogs

(the banner picture is not mine, but it felt too perfect to pass up!) Last Thursday, we spent some time at a local pond and walked on a very short trail through the woods. The next morning, I read the following poem in This Day: Collected and New Sabbath Poems: 1980, Poem IV The frog... Continue Reading →

Unraveled Wednesday – Week 34 of 2020

Wednesdays are my favorite blogging days because I get to link up with Kat at As Kat Knits, where a fantastic group of bloggers share their stitching and reading projects for the week! This week I'm sharing two finished books, a finished Summer Bingo Card, and my progress on my Spark cardigan. Finished Reading This... Continue Reading →

A Sunday Poem – Wendell Berry Again

Last Sunday I shared a poem from Wendell Berry's poetry collection, This Day: Collected and New Sabbath Poems and I'm back today with another one. From 1979, poem XII: To long for what eternity fulfillsIs to forsake the light one has, or willsTo have, and go into the dark, to waitWhat light may come -... Continue Reading →

Friday Cozies

I like to share pictures from the week on Fridays. One of my 2020 goals was to take more pictures and use them in my blog -- these cozy Friday posts help keep me accountable! I don't have very many pictures this week because it's been wicked hot and we've stayed tucked under the air conditioner as much as possible, but I have pictures of my two youngest and the first few minutes of a monarch butterfly's life!

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