People keep telling me about their gardens, and I keep seeing gardens on the internet. I wish I were growing my own vegetables. Is it too late to start my own little garden?
We’ve been watching Little House on the Prairie lately. I know it is very loosely based on a series of books, which is based loosely on what happened in real life. Although as a child I read the books, I remember very little of the story. So, I decided to poke around on Wikipedia about the characters, that is, the real people who the stories were based upon. I read about Laura first, of course, the author and protagonist. I was sad to read that Mary never married and made her living making fly nets for horses, even after finishing college. On the TV show, she married and was a teacher of blind children. I was happy to see that Manly was actually more handsome than Dean Butler, who played him on TV.
I wish I could go to the Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally today, but although it is during lunch time, by the time I walk there, participate, and walk back, it would be much more than my allotted time.
This week was nice, since I don’t have an activity every evening of the week anymore. I was able to get some things done at home. I like to have my house clean and organized. I worked on that some… I’ve got a long way to go…
One of the things I was able to do this week was finish a book. I’ve had several books going at the same time, so I haven’t finished one in a while. I will write a review this afternoon or tomorrow.
One year ago today, my nephew was born. He’s such a doll. I talked to him on the phone for the first time last night. I didn’t understand a word he said, but he had plenty to say!
June is the month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I pray that you hold him in your heart as he holds you in his.
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