Archive for April, 2014


We’re Neighbors

  On my desk sits a coffee cup full of pens which I reach for throughout the day.  It’s a cheerful mug with a hand-painted scene of a funicular in Valparaiso, Chile.  So last week when I heard of the fire that was raging through Valparaiso, and quite possibly burning neighborhoods whose streets I had […]

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I’m Tweeting

Like a baby bird, nudged from the comfy nest, I’ve taken another leap.  Yes, My Field Days is now Tweeting on Twitter! I’m going to use the space strictly for traveling fun… mine and others.  So I’m following all kinds of exciting travelers, and hoping others will enjoy following me. If you Twitter, please come […]

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Trek to Everest Base Camp

It’s a cold morning… a good time to reminisce over our amazing time in the Himalayas… hot coffee in hand. We were thrilled last week when Active Adventures released this promotional video.  Oh my goodness!  Please click over and enjoy this minute and a half of our grand journey.  You’ll see our smiling faces. Active […]

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Thorns Among the Roses

This was my first real morning back in the barnyard.  The first day I intentionally put on the work clothes, donned the gloves, grabbed the loppers and the clippers and the steak knife, the trash can, the straw hat… coaxed Peloton off of her comfy pillow… and headed outside to spend some time. First stop, […]

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Morning Sun

Always one of the happiest mornings of the year for me… Spring Brunch Saturday with my church friends.  I love finding a pretty passage of Scripture, then setting a table around it. I love the sweet fellowship, the tasty meal, and the unhurried morning.  We’re ushering in springtime, and I’m all smiles! ~

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Guide, Guard and Direct Us

  This week we took a little road trip to Amarillo.  It’s just a couple of hours from home, and it was not for the best of reasons… but we treasured the moments.  G had knee surgery for a torn meniscus, and all is well. These are the highlights… Our hotel was hosting a Blue […]

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