Saturday, January 20, 2018

Accept Life's Changes

                                            (Photo taken at Yankee Candle Company in South Deerfield, MA)

One thing about life that is absolutely certain to take place is change.

We can easily become creatures of habit, doing things the same way at the same time, day after day, month after month, and sometimes, year after year.

It's a mistake, though, because sooner or later things are going to change whether we like it or not.

 The best way to adjust to life's changes is anticipate them, then deal with them, and throw in a little humor along the way.


Just as each night ends and morning brings light, life's changes are going to come, that's for sure.

People we love change, circumstances change, our circle of friends often changes, and even our life's dreams.

Today, embrace change, knowing that life is very precious and time that is measured and limited cannot be wasted trying to stop change.

HOW ARE YOU AT DEALING WITH CHANGE?







Friday, January 19, 2018

Jack Frost, the Artist



Jack Frost is an extraordinary artist.

When he uses our windowpanes as his canvases, the results are nothing short of spectacular.


Every conceivable design pattern turns the panes into exquisite art.

When the sun pours golden rays onto the designs,the resulting art is even more breathtaking.


What showpieces can be seen.

The squiggles, zigzags, and intricate patterns shimmer like millions of diamonds in the morning cold.

The art show is short lived, though, so must be quickly enjoyed.

 


When the temps warm up and the sun hits, the art pieces melt away.



DOES JACK FROST, THE ARTIST, MAKE MASTERPIECES ON THE WINDOWS AT YOUR HOUSE OR APARTMENT, TOO?

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Hosting a Unicorn


For the past couple of days, a unicorn has been our house guest.

She's a little girl unicorn with pink, yellow and turquoise coloring.

Her horn and hooves and insides of her ears are all gold colored.



She's very well behaved but is not a big talker.

A little visitor we had left her here by mistake.


However, we told her we'd take good care of the little unicorn until she comes back to visit and pick her up.

Even hubs has enjoyed having this unique visitor at the kitchen table.

And Grandma, what big eyes she has!

 
WHAT, IF ANYTHING, DO YOU KNOW ABOUT UNICORNS?
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