Category Archives: Today We Rest
The other day, I found a beautiful decorative “tablet” someone had given me many years ago. What is a beautiful decorative tablet? I don’t know. I couldn’t think of any other way to describe it. It’s approximately 7 by 10 … Continue reading
It was overcast and rainy yesterday. Such days are always good for kicking around local independent garden centers like Allen, Sterling & Lothrop or Skillins in Falmouth, Maine. It’s still too early for planting geraniums outside in a stone maiden … Continue reading
A closer look at the stained glass inside the St. Mary’s Hospital chapel in Lewiston, Maine. Peace to you today.
I took a long walk with Slipper Sistah on Saturday. This will be the second weekend in a row that I’m the “Lady Not Alone Foot Traveler.” I’ll tell you about it tomorrow.
Here’s a peek at St. Helen’s first crocus. Ah! Spring! It’s “peak” crocus.
I was in and out of the clouds on Petrograd Street yesterday. I jiggled the handle, but the door was locked.
With the Jeep fully restored to clickety-clack-less locomotion, Lady Alone Traveler is moving about Maine again, investigating unlikely places. She remembers to LOOK UP and if she sees tall spires, she walks towards them. She jiggles the handles on church … Continue reading
Not everything was built to be thrown away. The windows to the future may rely on the past.
I’m getting ready for tomorrow right now because this time change thing is going to mess me up. Spring forward, please.
When Lady Alone Traveler is jetting about, she is grateful to find unlocked church doors. Precious moments of quiet repose.