Tomorrow, Too. They Say
arrived late in the afternoon. I had already taken a few pictures of
the newly arrived, driveway roses, while there was daylight, so there
was no need for me to go out slogging in the rain.
It is nice
to see a little color along the driveway. Even if it is coming from
just three blooming roses. In some ways, that makes their appearance
even more appreciated.
in John’s violin shop this afternoon to replace the strings on my
Takamine guitar. The set that was recently put on there, was from the
bottom of one of my equipment bags and apparently was part of the bad
lot that I bought last year.
put the new strings on my guitar, John, Al, and I took turns playing
it. The new strings played true, with solid tonality, like they are
supposed to. I am glad to have my guitar back to it’s reliable
In the picture, (Above), Al helps John as he glues and clamps a newly repaired top onto a customers cello.
this freshly opened rose out on the edge of the patio by the dining
room. A team of workers have been building an addition next to the
dining room building to provide an office and consulting room for our
social services coordinator. When it is completed, there should be more
space, less congestion, and fewer scheduling conflicts.
When I looked outside my door today, I saw that the Orange Fairy had left a couple of cuties for me. It says on the sticker, “Cuties are made for kids”, but I am guessing that the Orange Fairy knows that I am a kid at heart.
I have oranges, the sound of rain on the patio umbrella, fresh guitar
strings, food in the fridge, a couple of good books, and the love of
some wonderful friends, (mystical beings, too). Life is good.
I am blessed. I am happy, and thankful. There is so much we can all be thankful for.
I wonder if there is a special day when we can all agree to be thankful for the abundance in our lives? This coming Thursday, perhaps?
Today’s Beautiful Video;
JOURNEY TO THE END OF TIME
from Greg Kiss