What I’m Treasuring Right Now – .02

    What I’m Treasuring Right Now – .02


    Related image1. What I’m Reading
    My new Issue of Bella Grace! If you’ve never read it, you should treat yourself!  I picked up my issue just last week at Barnes & Noble!  And I can hardly wait for the next issues, The Cozy Issue!

    Related image2. What I’m Eating
    Tuna Salad Sandwiches!  I had forgotten just how good Bill’s tuna salad is!  If he used exact measurements, I would post a recipe!

    Related image3. What I’m Watching
    Lately Bill and I have taken to watching old episodes of The Rifleman over lunch.  I just love the relationship between the father and son.  We’ve always been enjoying My Favorite Martian.  Kind of hokey, but still fun to watch!

    Related image4. What I’m Listening To
    This week I’ve been much more consistent about getting my miles in, which is made a little easier by listening to podcasts.  I’m particularly enjoying Vintage Memories Podcast!  You can’t go wrong with old time radio shows!

    Related image5. What I’m Making
    Graphics, graphics and more graphics for my blog and social media pages.  I’m also working on a special Christmas present for the girls.

    Related image6. Where I’m Going
    Bill and I are headed out tomorrow morning to Hershey, PA for America’s Largest RV Show!  I feel a little like we’re imitating The Long, Long Trailer!

    Related image7. What I’m Wishing For
    We found a home for Aspen, Bill’s cat, but now the lady has had a delay and we’re not 100% sure she’ll be able to take her.  We can’t take her with us because of Kate’s allergies, and I don’t think she and Bandit would get along.  I’m praying that things will work out so that she can take her, or we find another home, and soon.

    Related image8. What I Love
    My favorite September poem!

    The golden-rod is yellow;
    The corn is turning brown;
    The trees in apple orchards
    With fruit are bending down.

    The gentian’s bluest fringes
    Are curling in the sun;
    In dusty pods the milkweed
    Its hidden silk has spun.

    The sedges flaunt their harvest,
    In every meadow nook;
    And asters by the brook-side
    Make asters in the brook.

    From dewy lanes at morning
    The grapes’ sweet odors rise
    ;At noon the roads all flutter
    With yellow butterflies.

    By all these lovely tokens
    September days are here,
    With summer’s best of weather,
    And autumn’s best of cheer. B

    ut none of all this beauty
    Which floods the earth and airI
    s unto me the secret
    Which makes September fair.

    ‘T is a thing which I remember;
    To name it thrills me yet:
    One day of one September
    I never can forget

    ~ Helen Hunt Jackson