Here's my little shadow casting a late afternoon shadow across the hardwood floor. This morning she traveled to the college with me where she saw Deborah and Brenda. . . . And I think Deborah really benefited from the visit. She got lots of Cocoa Joy hugs—enough to last all day and probably into the [...]
The leaves are beginning to change in northeast Georgia. Forecasters always say the fall color is at its peak the third week of October. That's this weekend. We'll know soon.
I took this photo a couple of years ago when I was at the Kilns—C.S. Lewis's home in Oxford, England. The warden of the home asked us if we wanted to go upstairs and take a look in the attic! What Lewis fan would turn that down. We certainly didn't and as we climbed the [...]
I'm home for a few days recouping from some surgery and Cocoa Joy is my constant companion. I'm still in love with her eyes! And Chippy truly believes he is a "cowdog." That's like being a cowboy but only he's a dog—as in d-o-g. He loves cows. Thus, the "cowdog" theme this year. He always [...]
Last Wednesday before I left for Atlanta, I noticed one of the roses on the patio was blooming again. Odd, I thought. But then it also seemed like a promise that everything was going to turn out well . . . and it did in a miraculous way!
Even though the name of this pumpkin is Fairytale, it's not the one that Disney chose for Cinderella's coach. I'll have to show you a photograph of that one tomorrow along with Cocoa Joy, who is still in search of her one true prince!
Last Friday, I jumped in the golf cart with Clarence Wulf, who is one of our really cool photographers at the college. He raced around the golf course shooting alumni who were playing in the annual alumni challenge. In this photo, he is totally unaware that the sprinklers where headed our way. I braced for [...]