Dog · Dogs · Dutch Goes the Photo · peace · photo · Photo Challenge · Quietness

Peace and Quiet

These are rare scenes with these two playmates, Sergio and Radar). But in both pictures they have agreed upon a truce and are resting Peacefully. Thank goodness! See more Peace pictures at https://dutchgoesthephoto.net/2019/11/26/tuesday-photo-challenge-peace/    

joy · memories · parks · peace · Picnics · Robbers Cave State Park · weekly prompts

Weekly Prompts: Parks

‘I’ll beat you’ I hollered as we raced to the edge of the lake and powered our way toward a floating dock filled with youngsters wearing swimming attire popular in the late 1940’s. The floating dock that inspired many swimming competitions as a kid. Whose hand touched first was never the point. It was the challenge… Continue reading Weekly Prompts: Parks

Cafe · Chairs · doorways · Entries · Norm's Thursday Door · peace · Photos · San Miguel de Allende

Cheery, Peaceful, and an Owl?

This week’s collection of doors comes from my photo albums taken over the past few years. Hope you enjoy them, and to see even more great doors, go to Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge at: https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/thursday-doors-march-2-2017/    

kathy stucker · New Year Poem · peace · Poetry

Stucker’s New Years Wishes

Kathryn Stucker penned this post for the new year, and it got lost in my inbox until today. it may be late for the new year, but the closer we get to the inauguration of the President-elect, the more this poem strikes a chord in my heart! Thanks Kathryn.   New Years Wishes   Enough… Continue reading Stucker’s New Years Wishes

Discharging · Elections · Fort Sam Houston · General J.M. Wainwright · Honor · leadership · peace · soldiers · Texas · U.S. Army · World War II

70 Years—What has changed?

At the end of World War II, a U.S. Army General sent a letter to all personnel being discharged from the service at Fourth Army Headquarters in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. General J. M. Wainwright was Commander of that Post and the writer of that letter. Did he think his words would be remembered? Could he have believed that in… Continue reading 70 Years—What has changed?

blogging · friends · Giving Thanks · Gratitude · kindness · peace · People · reblog · Thanksgiving · welcoming

What is the Meaning of Thanksgiving?

I’m certainly no Bible scholar, but my Lutheran minister friend Kathy Haueisen has a good grasp of practical practices that all of us can embrace during this Thanksgiving season. I’ve reblogged her recent post on How Wise Then for your holiday musings.  http://us11.campaign-archive1http://howwisethen.com/2015/11/giving-thanks/ Giving Thanks Nov 20, 2015 07:00 am Do not be anxious about anything, but in… Continue reading What is the Meaning of Thanksgiving?