Graffiti characters in New York City paint a different type of welcome sign. Another way of telling the world that Jesus Christ is Lord. The bookstore where we were had a huge section of Christian Rap and Hip Hop—Holy Hip Hop. We were in the city for only one day and there was no time [...]
Every year, the birds go nuts over the berries on my dogwood trees. This year was no different. Last week with the fall season in full swing and winter on the way, a flock of robins descended on the trees in my front yard. And within a couple of days, they were picked clean! Next [...]
I'm still having to watch Cocoa closely. These are her Christmas bears (I know, I know); it is way too early to be thinking about this, but she kept getting into the closet where they are usually stored and pulling them out. I finally gave up and put them on the bed in the guestroom. [...]
I think Cocoa Joy is taking this election stuff a little too seriously. She spent most of the afternoon in the backyard collecting acorns. Then she wanted to know if she had enough to register so she can vote in the November election!
I honestly tried to go a week without posting something from England. This week I made it until Friday (!) but the weather here (overcast with a soft rain) reminds me so much of Britain that I could not help myself. So here are a couple of photos taken last May while visiting the Cotswalds. [...]
Before we say goodbye to warm weather and mountain laurel, here is a parting shot from summer. This one was taken in North Carolina's Pisgah National Forrest on a hot summer afternoon. Three months from now, we'll all be saying something like, "I can't wait until it is warm again."
This was taken on the porch of the Mark of the Potter just outside of Clarkesville, Georgia. It is on highway 197 and is a beautiful drive, especially this time of the year. There's no need to spend lots of money on gas driving countless miles when you can travel to northeast Georgia and visit [...]
Finally, fall is making its way to northeast Georgia.