|A lion keeping watch over the train as it rolled through Bunkie.|
How to make the best of a chore I normally dread? Turn it into a beautiful day. Really. Just appreciate the scenes, especially the ones I wouldn't normally notice.
|A corn field harvested and plowed before winter|
Along the way I looked around and found a few especially interesting scenes around our little parish and thought I'd share them.
|A cotton field after the machines made their passes|
Can I do this all time? Of course not. But I can make an effort much more often than usual. Because if we look closer and think about the places and people we do see, we can find beauty and feel joy. And what can be better than that?
|Water lilies on the bayou outside of Cottonport|
Before saying goodbye, I need to say "Happy Birthday" to our sweet grandson, who is 17 today. And take a look at these two silly girls who helped us celebrate with him last night.
Millie is growing so very quickly, but then who would believe that this boy, who we call Puppy when he was her age because he did his teething on the furniture, is now a young man? The beauty holding the tyke? Jolie, who is now in high school. Are yours growing up too fast? How do we slow them down?