Friday, April 8, 2011

Mid-spring reflection

I’ve been writing about my travels for over a year now. I’ve gone from the early 1960’s to 2004 so far. You are probably thinking that I should be getting caught up pretty soon. Guess again.

Even if you take out my trip to Kenya in 2006, I have put on a few miles in the last seven years. I am such a bum. What is up with that? Can’t I ever stay home and just enjoy my own backyard. What is with my Dorothy-syndrome?

I was going to be reflective today, make some inspiring corollary to lead into next week’s blog about a few non-family trips, which would then lead – somehow - into Holy Week, but I’m just not quite there.

Instead I am looking out my dining room window. It may be sunny and 57 degrees out, but the snow lingers. Evidenced by the picture below. Not much of a flower garden right now is it?

2 comments:

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Spring is coming!! We actually have a few flowers popping their heads out of the ground and buds on some of the trees. I'm praying your snow melts to nourish your garden and flowers.

Blessings to you!!

Chris Loehmer Kincaid said...

At least my crocuses next to the house have come up. They are indeed a hope for spring.