Hi, Friends, we are deep in social distance readiness at my house. We are trying to remind our 3 and 6 year olds that we will not be going much … Continue Reading 3.14.20 Bike Ride Ballooning
A video post-corner time Thursday, March 12, is below. I’ll be continuing to post from on this blog where I will be with my kids at home for the next … Continue Reading 3.12.20 A Video as We Social Distance for Pandemic
I brought both my summer visor and winter hat in the car. I had a tough time knowing what the climate was like on the corner. It was a little … Continue Reading 3.10.20 Understanding
As I was heading down to the corner, I heard an ambulance going down the road and looked up to see several runners stopped at the corner watching it go … Continue Reading 3.9.20 The Before Picture
I was embarrassed. I usually have fun with the string when it gets caught on my hat. But, this particular moment I was really tangled. I was laughing it off, … Continue Reading 3.5.20 Tangled
…Sidewalk As I was coming down the sidewalk to the corner this really bright afternoon, I nearly ran right into a church person and her daughter. It was great to … Continue Reading 3.5.20 S is for…
Soaring temps! 60 degrees and no coat. Just a pair of sunglasses and my trusty bob hat to meet the day balloon in hand. Many people were walking or riding, … Continue Reading 3.3.20 Synergy
On a rather gray day, a young teenager biking over to the lake stopped at the corner as I was waving with a little hesitation: “Can I ask you something?… … Continue Reading 3.2.20 A Paid Gig?
Leap weekend begins. I found myself leaning a bit on my little corner mound today. I always hear my third-grade music teacher in my head out there: “Don’t lock your … Continue Reading 2.28.20 The Leap
I googled “likelihood of getting two double egg yolks in a row.” I’ve never gotten a double yolked egg in my life that I recall. Suddenly, there was one in … Continue Reading 2.27.20 Beyond Superstition
It was a wet one yesterday for Fat Tuesday. I was in my galoshes all day thinking of the corner and the folks of Columbia. I’ve not been going out … Continue Reading 2.26.20 Lent Begins
Warm. chilly. hot. Another one of those in-between days when a puffy winter overcoat is needed one moment and excessive the next as the sun reappears. A neighbor stopped by … Continue Reading 2.24.20 Hot and Cold
Bounding down the hill. Low-hanging limbs. A sudden “pop!”… And I looked down to see my yellow balloon limp! A bit carefless on my walk down as the piney trees … Continue Reading 2.19.20 Pop!
How do you wave in the midst of an extended corner conversation? Someone who is well-known to many from my church and lives in the neighborhood stopped by. We re-met. … Continue Reading 2.18.20 Up Close
I couldn’t resist the chance to be out there on Valentine’s Day. A little later than usual. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my regular mittens and hat. So my fingers were … Continue Reading 2.14.20 Valentine’s
“It’s only the beginning.” I got this sense today that these months are the foundation for a broader expedition. The practice of waving is the extended start to years … Continue Reading 2.12.20 Blue Heron