Closing out the old year and welcoming the new one finds me cleaning out my old photos – deleting, deleting – and running across some old favorites from forgotten rambles…
My favorite time of year
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But with all due respect to Andy Williams – for me – it has little to do with kids jingle belling and much mistletoeing. Sure, I love the holidays, but I love winter more. And Vermont knows how to do winter!
Exploring Bellows Falls
We took a detour to explore Bellows Falls, Vermont with my camera. Not your typical “Main Street” type of tour. It took me back to my away for the weekend blogspot days!
Playing tourist at home
“All at once, summer collapsed into fall.” Oscar Wilde – But in Vermont, fall is quickly changing to winter and I have yet to share about our summer of playing tourist at home.
It’s okay if it’s not all figured out
I’m a planner. Before diving into something new, I like to figure it out before getting my toes wet. But – I also love to break plans and replan and create new plans. And so, I am revising, replanning and replotting something I was certain I had figured out months ago. And that’s okay.
Summers in Vermont are short – but beautiful – and I am determined to get lots of outdoor time! What better way than some hiking and camping (and a new tent)?
There are signs of spring in Vermont and I’ve been busy revising my manuscript. My “curiosity” project may have been a bust – but I still follow my curiosity excited to go where it leads.
How do you eat an elephant?
Large projects can be overwhelming – but I’m finding that taking it one bite at a time – like eating an elephant – is helping me keep everything in perspective.
Five lessons I learned while revamping my website
Updating my website was an adventure to say the least. These are five of the many lessons I learned.
Fun with networking
Okay – a show of hands for those who love to network
2021-Year of HOPE
Happy 2021!!! “Hope lies in dreams, in imagination and in the courage to make dreams into reality.”
Poetry and Prose
“Always be a poet, even in prose.”