01.25.14
Growth

01.25.14

Fourteenth Day – What This Experience Has Taught Me I may never fully realize all the ways this trip has changed me … What I do realize is even more than I had expected Well, I’m on the plane again. Headed home this time… and it’s raining – again. We’re taxiing, the security announcements are … Continue reading

01.24.14
Growth

01.24.14

Thirteenth Day – Things I’ve Learned So Far With a ‘revolving door’ of volunteers, the kids don’t get all that attached … Some of the staff do One person’s peaceful day is another’s maddening boredom Nothing lights up your world like the face of a beaming child Today has been rather odd – completely unlike … Continue reading

witchy wallpaper
Fun / Seasons

witchy wallpaper

The weather’s getting cooler, and the veil is thinning… It’s time to celebrate! I know everyone’s gearing up for the season – and there will be some goodies for your ‘treat’ bag from me throughout the month. Witches do up October right! Today, it’s some computer wallpaper… a super-cute little witchling working on her spells. … Continue reading

magic names…
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magic names…

I’m not an expert on any of this, my lovelies… I’m not qualified to be a teacher, don’t know enough to even pretend to be one (though I know people who think they do) – but I’m learning things… and upon occasion I feel like some of these things are worth sharing. Because maybe you … Continue reading

i’m not sorry…
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i’m not sorry…

[Fair warning – I use a *bit* of colorful language in this one… deal or don’t read!] There’s a movie quote that would be great here, but I can’t for the life of me remember the movie… Guy & girl talking, and she (I think it was she) gets supremely frustrated and barks “Stop Apologizing!” … Continue reading

autumn love…
Seasons

autumn love…

Just a few quick comments from fellow Autumn-lovers.  Those who join us in recognizing the absolute magic of the season. “Delicious autumn!  My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.” ~George Eliot “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is … Continue reading