Important Dates…Earth Day is 22 April!
- snapshots & whatnot: windy waves, tides (& more besides)
- Victoria Day (in Canada) for kindred spirits
- snapshots & whatnot: motivational FiSH!
- Mother-less on Mother’s Day
- snapshot(s) & whatnot: …oh, joy begin…
- snapshot & whatnot: an elephant, good grief!
- The Utility of Futility
- SNAPSHOTS & WHATNOTS: …contemplative turtles…
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Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis
“I cannot live without books.” Thomas Jefferson Virginia the blogger posted something yesterday & here she is again? But, it’s WORLD BOOK DAY. That’s right, today we celebrate reading, literacy, and BOOKS. As a self-confessed bookaholic (my sister invited me … Continue reading
It’s Ash Wednesday… and so Lent begins. Last year @ Roses in the Rubble we started out by opening our hearts to be embraced by God (click here to check out how) then moved into the desert to see how … Continue reading
Dashing out & about this Lenten Saturday (fun times abounding) it’s a wee bit late, so here’s a quick quote to contemplate: “You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream.” C.S. Lewis Guess it’s … Continue reading
The Lent post-a-day gig continues here @ Roses in the Rubble, but today will be short(!) Just a quickie challenge from a quote by C. S. Lewis: “We read of spiritual efforts and our imagination makes us believe that because … Continue reading
Virginia, the blogger, really debated about pulling this Lent-post-a-day gig again this year (seems like i’m always tired!) but here we are. It’s Ash Wednesday (& your humble blogger has almost recovered from her chocolate hangover! almost…) Ashes. Fasting. Giving … Continue reading
So, Virginia the Blogger has been M.I.A. a bit the past few weeks due to Extenuating Circumstances, Holidays (cooking trumps blogging : ) & Other Issues… But, hey, i’m back… just in time for merrily attacking Advent, but more on … Continue reading
So yesterday was cold, dark & stormy in these parts… yet our fall leaves were just BURSTING with color – yellows cascading around reds, orange limbs peeking out between… it seemed like Tolkien’s Lothlorien. Dark sky & rain, but bright … Continue reading