Hopes in Midst of Rain and Changes…

English: Hopes Reservoir The water, seen from ...

English: Hopes Reservoir The water, seen from the dam. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today has hopes of feeling like a good day.  A slow gentle rain has been falling for the last several hours.  Of course, don’t have to go water the garden today, but couldn’t resist going out there to see how things are progressing.  It’s looking nice and almost all the seeds I planted are sprouting.  Only saw one bit of deer mischief….they ate my four broccoli plants.  It’s time to get busy with my anti-deer plans.

Guess it will be one of those housework catch up days with a bit of reading and writing thrown in the mix.  Still reading a book I picked up the other day at the used bookstore, a book of Sylvia Plath‘s Journals.  Maybe I can think of something delicious to bake up.  Baking is always good to do on rainy days when you can’t really do much outdoors.  Not complaining though, we so need the rain and I wanted it for my garden.

Well in other news, my household has recently grown.  My daughter and her significant other have moved in so they can work on getting other jobs and saving up a little.  The other additions to the household include their two dogs, one of which is still a frisky little puppy.  They are almost completely done with the moving part.  Just finishing up a few odds and ends over the next couple of days.  So far, so good.

Still trying to not worry so much even though it seems like things want to start falling apart in spurts and too many changes happen at once.  If you are in need of an uplifting song, here’s Drinking From My Saucer by Michael Combs.  It’s a wonderful reminder to be grateful, which a friend shared with me.

 

 

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