All along the open fields and country roads near my home are the cutest little houses. The rent is free. […]
Sunflowers have always held my heart. For centuries they have captured the imagination of artists who write poetic verses or […]
I am not a runner. However, for the right swag, I’ll lace up my shoes. My neighboring town of Newberg, […]
A New Year! Is your busy brain a whirl of reflection on what has passed and anticipation for the future? […]
“And all the lives we ever lived and all the lives to be are full of trees and changing leaves.” […]
I just gotta say… Slow down summer! I’m doing my best to seize the season with adventures. Camping. Beach days. […]
Where do you spend these long sun-filled days? You’ll find me in the garden. I’m weeding, watering. Starting to harvest. Cheering on slow-ripening tomatoes. My last batch of 2020 Salsa-ly Distant Salsa is almost gone!
Rainbows often burst on the scene like magical gloom chasers. I’m so grateful for those moments, but it doesn’t mean I have to sit patiently under dark skies and wait. We can each choose to be “the rainbow in someone else’s cloud” as the great Maya Angelou wrote. I hope this letter gives you inspiration to be the ray of sunlight that pops out a rainbow slide for someone in your life.
April is in full swing and the birds and bees are busy tossing little flower petals like confetti around my yard. It’s a wild pollination party! They all make the important work look like fun. I hope this Kindness Roots letter does that for you …