The Glimmer of Watching Eyes — Sunday, March 29, 2020

Although times seem pretty dire…where we are all penned up like my rather spoiled hens

Some beautiful things have happened to me

A surprise hand-made card from Connie in Snowy Minnesota showed up in our mailbox. She wrote to us such a sweet and heartwarming note that all the gloom cast by the order ‘to shelter in place’ cleared all the trapped feelings.

And no matter what is happening on a human level, the alfalfa fields are renewing themselves for another season

Once more I had to pause…for there, flung up by a passing tire

I saw a heart…resting gently on the dark wood of one of my planters.

Then speaking of the wonders of friendship, Kate from Australia called me on FACE TIME, whereby Terry and I and Kate and her husband got to meet each other and visit the longest mostest wonderfulest of times!

I love this new world of Technology!

One afternoon last week I noticed shadowed patterns rippling upon Terry’s arm as he got into the pick-up.  I told him it looked like the sun gave him a full-sleeve and glove tattoo 🙂

Friday,  after we finished up and I was heading in to fix supper I stumbled, causing my camera lid to flip off and a photo to be taken

When I looked at what the camera shot, I saw another heart, resting somewhere on the ground…

I know times are terrible right now…in so many, many ways.

But I do believe, as, in all things, this too will pass.

Love you, each and every one.

Stay Safe, my friends!

My thoughts, my mind, and my prayers are with you,

From my heart to your world,

Linda

 

25 thoughts on “The Glimmer of Watching Eyes — Sunday, March 29, 2020

    • As we grow older we realize that life is really made up of little things…sometimes turned into big things. So looking for the little things helps keep us grounded. I think. Stay well, my friend!

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  1. We had a glorious gift this morning. I stepped out on the porch into a cold wind to see the sun breaking through the rain clouds, all gold and white with lots of rays against the dark gray clouds with a peek of blue. My spouse and I went up to the top landing and saw a big, bright rainbow in the west while the sun was shining through the broken clouds and we were gently sprinkled with a soft, if chilly, mist. It was a grand way to start the day. It would have been nice if we could have gotten photos, but that didn’t happen. I won’t soon forget it.

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