Books by the old Leather Chair

  • Snow In The Summer
  • My Bible
  • The Power of Silence
  • What Comes Next and to Like It
  • Encore Provence
  • A Year in Provence

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Doors Open

A cooler morning and doors open
and as I view my garden
it seems some plants are coming back to life

As I contemplate what to put on my waffle this early  morning it dawned on me a lot of fruit consumed in this cottage


A mango, pear, peach, apples, banana, grapes, lemons and notice in the bowl
an avocado sit on the counter.    In freezer frozen blueberries, strawberries, cherries and cranberry's,

Another day begins, yesterday very busy and an early morning service on car
that was needed.   Ran into a precious friend who has been so encouraging to me in
past years.
Her and now deceased father helped me with many real estate dealings in the past.

Kay was a gift to me yesterday morning.

Still feel the warmth of her hug and I  smile at all of her encouraging words towards me.



9 comments:

Sallysmom said...

My mom was a firm believer in healthy eating when i was growing up. Sadly it didnt stick with me as I aged.

Judy said...

I too am enjoying the cooler weather and the lovely hour long rain we had this morning.
We always ate a lot of fruit and veggies.

Rebecca said...

I smile WITH you. Sounds like a better day for you, and that is good to hear.

Wisewebwoman said...

So delighted you had such a pleasant encounter☺
XO
WWW

Tabor said...

I grew up learning fruit was expensive and we got only what was in season and at the leftovers from what mother was canning for the winter. I try to eat more fruit without feeling guilty. Funny how our childhood follows us.

My Journey To Mindfulness said...

Tabor, I grew up the same way,
now with health problems
trying to eat healthy
not much appetite
and anything that might taste good
I buy...

Anne Brew said...

We had a small orchard so we were allowed to eat any windfalls and damaged apples. We were discouraged from eating the "perfect" ones as they were for the house fruitbowl. To this day I hunt out damaged and misshapened fruit as I know they'll taste as good and the shops will probably be unable to sell them otherwise. As Tabor so rightly says, our childhood follows us! I'm very glad you seem to be feeling a bit better Ernestine. xxx

Kay said...

You have such an eye for life, all of it. Plants, creatures, atmosphere, earth, relationships, love. You are amazing!! Kay

My Journey To Mindfulness said...

Oh Kay
so good to see you last Friday.
Thank you for taking the time to comment.
Love you
and keep in touch...