Monthly Archives: March 2017

It is Time for Spring to Awaken our Faith

Dear Reader: How did Spring sneak in on me early this year? For some reason I always thought Spring arrived on the 21st, not the 20th? I felt sorta silly when I realized it came Monday and I had circled … Continue reading

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Hope “Chirps”

Dear Reader: Redbirds have some of the strangest habits that keep me in stitches. For two spring/summer seasons I had a little redbird that kept banging its head against the sliding glass door on the upstairs garage balcony. Bang! Bang! … Continue reading

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Maybe…

Dear Reader: Having the luxury of age and experience does help us recognize the balance of life between good and bad, happiness and sadness. With the gift of hindsight, we now understand that some of (what we perceived at the … Continue reading

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Is It Time to Jump the Fence?

Dear Reader: Yesterday I met my new yard man, Tim, who works with Ernie, the fireman, at his fire station. Ernie had started installing garage doors last summer and was working three jobs. He decided since the garage door installation … Continue reading

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A Myriad of March Images

Dear Readers: As I was reading blog comments, Facebook comments, and looking through recent photos and some, not so recent, it dawned on me that March takes on many images. March is famous for its colorful greens, in plant foliage, … Continue reading

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Turning the Corner…

Dear Reader: As I turned off Highway 17-A into my neighborhood of Miler Country Club, yesterday, I caught myself smiling. I was home! I pulled over to the side of the road and took a picture of what I see … Continue reading

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Was it the Luck of the Irish or Daffodils?

Dear Reader: I believe Grandmother was right when she said “Timing is everything in life.” We finally got rain Monday afternoon and it lasted until the early morning hours of Tuesday…I could hardly wait to see how my daffodils loved … Continue reading

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Live Life in Full Bloom

Dear Reader: Everywhere we look these day…the azaleas and flowering fruit trees are in full bloom. I, also, discovered the most delicate apple blossom on one tree and a bush covered in the Cherokee Rose vine in Ridgeville on my … Continue reading

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A Fresh Pair of Eyes…

Dear Reader: Yesterday I babysat Eva Cate and Jake and while pulling in to Wakendaw Blvd (Wakendaw Lakes) I was stunned by the beauty of the freshest green on the new oak leaves shining in all their glory. There must … Continue reading

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Azalea

Dear Reader: I know I find myself drawn back to the subject of azaleas but when you are blessed to live in a fairyland filled with them, it is hard not to immerse ourselves in their history and beauty during … Continue reading

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