I am so behind in posting. I am flirting with the idea of combining my blogs. Just to make it a bit easier on me. Trust me, the ideas for posts run abundantly in my head, but the need for sleep, food and occasional dancing my butt off take precedent sometimes.
Gardening never takes a backseat. My love of growing stems from an early age. I need to grow plants. Trust me in the desert southwest growing is a challenge. Bring it on. I am up for it.
Tomatoes looking good.
Love the marigolds. They come back every year and traveled with me from another yard!
My first harvest.
Black beans and lentils made with the tomatoes and banana peppers from my garden. Burrito heaven!
Today I moved out of a funk. This song helped me do it.
You know, it happens every now and then.
I heard this on the little clock radio in my bedroom. I sometimes listen before I go to bed. After work, it feels comforting to me and provides me with relaxation.
I heard this song by Paloma Faith. I googled and youtubed. Found this version.
Faith is a name and word that means everything to me.
I have so many special photos. Captured moments of pure love.
This is why I love this song.
And I know what it feels like to wait for someone to come home.
Sorry about the ads at the end.
Ooh, I’d leave it all.
Thank you for making me a mother Corvette. It truly is the best thing we ever did.
I do not mean this as a bad thing. I am not a great fan of Sam Smith. He is a talented artist. No doubt. It is just because when he became popular I was not in the best place emotionally.
Let’s just say I had trouble wrapping my head around any love song. As I am still learning, it goes with the territory.
I stopped listening to the radio on the way to work at least a year ago. I made it my “Talking with God time.” Nuf said.
I heard this song yesterday and even though it does invoke sadness, I realize my incredible fortune in having the experience.
It is ok to cry and feel. I would not trade one second.
Switching from the music to a few photos I snapped tonight. I live in Arizona and we are famous for our sunsets.
I thought about talking about other things. No need.
I just want to share the beauty I witnessed tonight.
Beauty is still in my life.
I posted this on facebook and I simply love the colors.
The sky. Once again, such colors.
Something I saw while walking my dog Lucie.
Yea. Nuf said.
So Miss You,
So Love You.
As always, love you Pink.
And you just never know.
That guitar player. Damn.