She Is Still Here

Yesterday was Earth Day. How many people noticed amidst the rhetoric surrounding the Covid19 epidemic along with all of its political implications? I saw few posts or mentions of it. It was also my grandson’s birthday. He was supposed to be visiting us for the first time this month but now that is not possible.

We have to pay attention now. We are stewards of God’s Earth which is suffering at this time with the threat of every protection put into place being revoked.

Do you enjoy the sunshine, the cool breeze on a Spring day, the blooming flowers and the bounty of the Earth? Then pay attention! We are all responsible.

Check out my post On Blogger for some of the things we might miss should we continue to ignore our responsibility.
Staying alive is primary but will do us no good without a home to live on.

Take care my friends.

Cheryl

One More Day..

My vow during this time of seclusion, introspection, redirection and rejuvenation is to post something of value each day. Something to give a smile, a moment of reverie or a sweet remembrance. Today I’m sharing a bit of humor from the guys who patrol our little lake. Take a peek to see what they are Up to.

Stay well, enjoy your time off, and don’t worry. Be happy for the free moments in your life.

Love and Light,

Cheryl

Recollections

I have a new post up on Dreaming Existence

We are all challenged during this uncertain time in our history.  I decided to share some of the beauty I have seen in the world over the years I have been rather addicted to photography.  Check my posts out when you have time.

Meanwhile, be safe, pay attention, don’t judge and trust your true instincts.  There is merit in most information but the delivery is not always accurate.  Be kind to all humans.  God does not love based on any of our human conditions.  Age, race, sex, ideals, nationalities….the soul is all that is visible to the One who created it all.

Love and Light,

Cheryl

PS This fellow was a regular guest at our home in Costa Rica.  I named him Gary.  He loved bread crumbs.  Oh, and do check out the new space.  There is a different image there!  A two-fer!