Monday, March 25, 2019

The Baggage Handler

Confusion about baggage! Three people arrive at the airport and end up with the wrong bags. Businessman David, in a hurry to get to his important meeting, Gillian flying home to attend her nieces wedding, and Michael, seeking an athletic scholarship at the University. When they each discover they have the wrong bags, the story gets most interesting.

The Baggage Handler by David Rawlings shares how we all carry baggage in our lives. Not the suitcase kind, but the kind that weighs us down. The baggage handler guides each of the travelers though an exercise that brings to light just how much baggage they are carrying. And in the end, will they decide to let go of their baggage? It gives food for thought.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, all opinions are my own.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Looking for treasures

Two hours north was an antique fair. DD found out about it online, and we thought we would make a day of it. We did not find many bargains, but I did take some fun pictures.

I love these pretty vases.

A lot of vendors did a great job of displaying their goods.

Isn't this great? I don't know if you can see how they used birdhouses through out this little garden area. I would love to do something like this down our side yard.

I have to say that I had more fun looking for interesting shots then I did looking for treasures. Maybe the next time we will have more success :-)

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Welcome Spring

The smell of spring is enticing me to take my tea outside.

I enjoyed reading this novel by Kim Vogel Sawyer.

As Spring time awakens the beauty of warmth and color, I love to sit out on our patio and watch the birds come and go to the birdfeeder.  A good book and a cup of tea make for an enjoyable way to start the morning.
I hope your Spring is not too far in coming. 

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

No Spring skips it's turn

Winter can be brutal. Even here is the south, with no snow, we see dead trees everywhere.

But then it seems we turn a corner and spring arrives.

Friday, March 1, 2019