Posts Tagged ‘cotton hammock’
You are so proud of them and happy for them, yet you miss them and the past that is gone. It seems like yesterday that I was snuggling with him in our Brazilian hammock, reading him his favorite stories.
This morning, as we are taking a last walk along the promenade, I see a pink Brazilian Hammock on the porch of a purple house! How pretty it was!
As I said, those colors look great in Cape May! I would love to just crawl in that hammock and look out at the ocean!
This morning on our walk, I saw a beautiful yellow Mayan hammock on the porch of a beautiful sage green house, trimmed in white gingerbread trim. It was a beautiful picture-perfect setting, with bright purple pansies in pots all over the porch and down the sides of the stairs.
I wanted a picture so bad, but I didn’t want to be a stalker! There were people sitting at a cozy little round table sipping coffee or tea, and probably eating a delicious scone too! So I just took a picture with my mind…
He is risen! Praise God! I am thankful for my life He has given to me! I attended sunrise service this morning. It is such a spiritual time for me. It was a bit chilly too, but the sun did peek out for us!
I am thankful for this day to spend with my family. We are going to my sister’s house, who I rarely see, even though we live close. That is a little sad, but life isn’t perfect, and we love each other. In fact, I love her so much I gave her a Brazilian hammock last year!
Wow, March has been a lion lately! So very windy! I do not care for wind. The only time I like it is when it blows all my leaves away in the fall.
If I had my Mayan hammock out in the tree, this wind would have it so tangled up and twisted! I suppose March is known for being windy, so I will wait until April to get my back yard ready for spring.
We are in the middle of a snowstorm here today, called Saturn. When did they start naming winter storms? So, this means the teenagers and the hubby are home today! This means a day inside hanging out, watching movies, and cooking and eating!
Lots of unexpected winter fun in the middle of a work and school week. But I do enjoy my “alone” time, so I will enjoy that tomorrow, hopefully. I am starting a new book, Running Within, that I plan to read in the Brazilian hammock I hung up in the den, because I can’t stand waiting for spring any longer!
I understand you have a special spot in the calendar. But I need to move on to longer days with more light, warmer temperatures, and spring! I want to put a beautiful, bright, striped Brazilian hammock under my old maple trees, so I bid you farewell..until next year.
But I am always pushing the season at the end of winter. I tried, I really did, but I just have trouble liking winter! Now, I am just over it and ready to move on to getting my Mayan hammock in my favorite tree!
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Today is the day we set aside as a day to be thankful for our blessings and spend time with our families. Tradition, dating back to the Pilgrims and the Indians, causes us to associate a big feast with today, as they did. Well, I say they caused a lot of work for the rest of us to come! Really, just kidding, but I think giving thanks and spending special family time should be a part of daily life.
The more thanks we give, the more we have to be thankful for. I am thankful, every single day, for my family, most of all, then friends, and my home. I am thankful that my home is a peaceful haven where I can be relaxed and safe. Speaking of relaxing, that will be done in a beautiful Mexican hammock, later today, after I feel like a stuffed turkey!
I am so proud of my strong little portable hammock, that I accidentally left out in the storm last night! The water was flying up on the deck at high tide from the bay below, and the wind was whipping at 35-45 miles per hour! There was my strong little Bliss Hammocks travel hammock, strapped to the deck railings with tree straps, whipping around and around, and I was not going out in that once I realized it!
So, this morning, a new day has arrived, wind has died down, rain is over, and there was my poor little hammock, all twisted up, and wet, but truly, “no worse for wear”! I am so thankful! I untwisted it, and now it can dry out so I can use it later today, or this evening to watch the sunset!