I love morning pages, afternoon pages, and bedtime pages...
writing and letting anything n everything flow...
Like jotting a grocery list or a to do list,
and then gratitudes spill when you stop and remember
with a thankful heart.
With thanksgiving this afternoon,
I document a few of my favorite things...
No editing, no order... -- few explanations...
just random things I enjoy...
a really good book to underline and dogear
white on white wedding cake
Jamming to Revival by Cain in my Jeep
Singing with gusto not caring who hears
my leather tote backpack from Portland Leather- color: coldbrew
Meat lovers pizza (thin crust) and Coors Lite datenight
stargazing in the back of an olde Chevy
Nydj jeans faded just right
laughing alot... tears streaming
hunting with my camera
hiking new trails to explore
hearing my Love read the Word outloud for us at bedtime
old books with leather spines
steam engine trains
giant snowflakes that seem to just float to the ground
my simple wedding band from Spiegel ... remember the catalog?
leather work gloves worn
sitting on a mountain top
watching hawks enjoy a windy day
finding feathers and old nests
a large vanilla ice cream cone at DQ
Myguy's forearms (he'll laugh outloud when he reads this) Hi Lovie... <3
How he still calls me Dollface after all these years
getting a real letter in the mailbox
handwritten recipe cards
Susies giggle that hasn't changed since we were first graders
a great cup of coffee with coffee mate and stevia
homemade hashbrowns with real butter, salt n pepper
the company of dogs: Daisy, Rosie, and Lily
an owl sticker that I'm to wave to on the dash of my Jeep (thanks Blake)
the most comfortable bed in the whole world
a room lit by only candlelight
my pair of Blundstones
bacon lettuce tomato samiches
walking through the woods in the rain
peanut butter toast with banana on top
truth and honesty
making eye contact
how he sweetly opens my door
watercolor drips and splatters
Quills kitty hugs
an apron full of gathered eggs
my beloved jean jacket
finding a coin on the ground (In God we trust)
the light cascading through trees
apple pie for dessert
little box of animal crackers
taking black n white photos
Conklin Duragraph fountain pen filled with Black Carbon ink
trays of soft pastels
pencil lines messy
rust and painty chippy peely wood
time to play
flea market and antique store wandering
old love letters kept
memory box of childhood trinkets
watching my bobber disappear
a happy ending ....
Until we meet again...
Good evening Jonathon,