Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, jingle all the way; I’m dreaming of a White Christmas, dashing through the snow in a one horse open sleigh; Snow bells ring, are you listening?; Chestnuts roasting on an open fire; Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul.
Fresh baked cookies, candies, pies, and cakes. Colorful lights that fill the night sky.
The sights, sounds, smells, and taste of the Christmas season. With all the special Christmas recipes, we hope you don’t forget about the two important ingredients for a Happy Christmas season.
Smile and Laughter!
They are both contagious. And, unfortunately, are often lost in the hustle and bustle of the season. After all, we must find the perfect gift, we must cook the best roast, we must bake the perfect pie, yet sharing a smile and a laugh can be the greatest gift. One that could last a life time.
And remember cows neither laugh or smile: Don’t Be A Cow!
We hope you enjoy this Christmas season to the fullest.
Now that the ghost and goblins have vanished for another year, we enter the month of Thanksgiving, quickly followed by the month of giving and receiving. I think it might be a great time to ask the question, “Have you ever … ?” But first let me lay a little ground work. Continue reading “Have You Ever?”
Have you ever noticed how quickly ants (Pronounced, aints, in the South) are able to relocate? You run them over with the lawn mower, or even spray poison on them and the next day, three feet away, is a new mound that is bigger than the first. (That image is an anthill in Africa, by the way).
If you are a frequent reader of our blogs, you realize that we love taking everyday life happenings and making analogies to a deeper meaning. I like to think of it as making the simple out of the complex; however, Jane tends to think I just do the opposite and make the simple complex. In any event, see if you can follow along with this thought. Continue reading “Blurred Vision? Blink, Blink, Blink!”
Years ago, Alan Jackson recorded a song entitled the “Little Man.” The song tells the story of how many towns in this country started with the town squares, who were built by the “little man,” – the hardware, the five & dimes, and the local drug store could all be found within these squares – and through the passage of time, town squares were replaced by big box stores and strip malls and the town squares eventually died.
I think we all know how beautiful a setting sun can be. I think the symbolism that goes along with it can be every bit as beautiful. In fact, when truly embraced, it can be so life changing that the visual beauty of a setting sun pales in comparison to the symbolism.Follow along for a few minutes and see if you agree. Continue reading “Sunset”
As what seems like the entire country mobilizes to catch a glimpse of such an event as the solar eclipse, I find that I just can’t let such an opportunity go to waste.
When we are plodding along through life, following the herd, our paths become blocked just as the suns path is being blocked by the moon. The big difference is that this solar eclipse last only a short time. When our paths get blocked it can last many years denying you the life that you were meant to lead.
Don’t be a Cow! Get out of line so you can find your path and Happier Living!
Start today by taking a few moments to see what might be blocking your path and then join us!