A poem for people you love who are in pain.
Author: Kim of Glover Gardens
These images are from a photo safari I undertook this week in Jefferson, Colorado, in between intense empathy and hand-wringing.
I’m fascinated by the dandelion; such a temporal thing it is. Transient, and yet tenacious, it grows, blooms, morphs, and flies away, above the fray, to plant seeds (and a new life) somewhere else.
A tiny bar below the stairs has been the source of fun but has also put the messy pantry on display.
Today, on Labor Day, I’m thinking of the many people I know who are laboring or heavy-laden, and I pray for them to find respite, peace, healing, comfort and support.
I had a little fun after the first day of demo on Thursday. Join me in the kitchen as we say a last goodbye.
I won’t miss the pink tile or the tight spaces, but I wouldn’t trade the memories we’ve made here in this galley kitchen for anything.
We continue to prepare for “the siege” (our kitchen remodel) at Glover Gardens and I’m packing up the pantry today.
The kitchen at Glover Gardens is about to be dismantled and remade into something that fits our lives far better than its galley-shaped, 1990s-pink-countered, pickled wood-cabineted, white ceramic-tiled current self.
Combining an acknowledgement that there are way too may good reasons to be cynical right now with a reminder that the world still has great things to offer us.
Tom-Erik and his wife Anne-Grethe ooze gracious Norwegian hospitality, making you feel as welcome and easy as a summer sunset at their home in Kongsberg.
Boreas Pass in central Colorado is scenic, lovely, unspoiled and a call from nature to join her.
Famous females, flagrant fees and fleeting images… just a few reflections from a necessary health check.
Our Musical Millennial, known to the rest of the world as Thomas Wenglinski, is in town and has a cool gig in downtown Houston.