My weekly gratitude journal, of sorts.
1. Yummy little pre-Memorial Day hot dogs at nearby and hip Sly’s Sliders and Fries.
2. After years of living and walking in Savannah’s historic district, still discovering neat little gardens and courtyards hidden behind old brick walls and wrought iron gates.
3. Eyesight. And my new glasses which allow my seeing.
4. Attending grandchildren’s end-of-school-year honors ceremonies.
5. The power of a pickle!
Have you tried this brand?
Oh my GOODness!
May you dive into a pickle-worthy weekend ahead!
This past Sunday brought the closing performance of Les Mis here in Savannah. Robert and I presented grandson Daniel, who played “Marius,” with a special t-shirt.
I added the exclamation point to more accurately reflect Daniel’s view about musicals!
A few other photos from the play …
“Do you hear the people sing?”
I recently finished the book Anxious People. And I love this bittersweet bit of dialogue about holding hands with our little ones.
“Have you ever held a three-year-old by the hand on the way home from preschool?“
“You’re never more important than you are then.“
Playing putt putt with grandson Gabriel.
1. Understanding why someone might decide to become a thief …
2. HR and me — renewing our vows at our church’s annual ceremony.
3. Believing that most people are at their core, good.
4. Back to the first Happy Bringer, the ability to savor chocolate.
5. The expression on grandson Matthew’s face as he was given his certificate announcing that he is now a part of the gifted program at his school.
(And Robert congratulating him.)
May this weekend bring you gifts of peace, health and joy.
Grandson Daniel and his good buddy Aiden, after completely failing to be able to stay on their feet and ice skate at the civic center here in Savannah …
My husband and my grandtwins Matthew and Madison back in 2015.