Ending the month with random thoughts…

It is Saturday–the last Saturday of November. The final Saturday of the Liturgical year. A sunny, nippy, 2 days-after-the-Turkey-Feast-Day-Saturday. I have been occupied with family and feasting so my usual schedule of postings is off. That’s okay. Why? Because it is Saturday. A day for some random thoughts, if you don’t mind! Here we go: … More Ending the month with random thoughts…

Monday spiritual Rumination: Finally…

The week of Thanksgiving is finally here! The thought of goodies galore fills my imagination–and soon, my tummy! Turkeys, pumpkin pie, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin almost anything you can contrive, sweet potato soufflé, mashed potatoes, the infamous green bean casserole, creamed cabbage, cranberry bread, cranberry sauce, stuffing, brussels sprouts, corn…. …the list is endless. This year … More Monday spiritual Rumination: Finally…

Wondrous Wednesdays: Weaving up close and personal…

A wondrous Wednesday to you all! Just an update today: I spent all of Sunday afternoon bonding with my weaving project. I am now about 3/4 of the way done with the weaving. The process is delightful and is going quite smoothly, with the exception of my selvages.  Due to the variety of weights of … More Wondrous Wednesdays: Weaving up close and personal…

Feathering Fridays: Trish, Lush and apples, oh my!

After a morning of work related meetings, I decided to run some errands that could best be handled at a Mall in Tosa. Part of this journey was my opportunity to scope out the new Nordstrom, prior to the holiday shopping craziness. While sauntering through said store, I was asked by a lovely woman if … More Feathering Fridays: Trish, Lush and apples, oh my!

Monday spiritual Rumination: Recovering Thanksgiving

I had the occasion to read and view some interesting posts this morning. One was from Nordstrom stating that they will “deck their halls” on the day after Thanksgiving. The other was in reference to someone ranting about Starbucks offering a plain red holiday cup and how it offended their Christianity in that it failed … More Monday spiritual Rumination: Recovering Thanksgiving