A Little Sprinkling


Today, with so many men and women working outside the home,

it is rare to find time to indulge your passions...like art!

A favorite quote on a Mary Engelbreit drawing gives me encouragement:

"You're never too old to be what you might have been."

Make time to enjoy what you truly love. I'm just beginning the journey.

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

June Bugs

I just read a blog about June that inspired me to write, too. I remember a June Bug got caught in my hair, long ago, in the days when I used to tease it up really good! Scared the heck out of me, but it was quite comical! There are so many important birthdays in June: my step-dad's, my best friend's, my deceased dad's, mine, etc. My birthday is on Paul McCartney's birthday. I always loved knowing that. June is sunshine, lovely blue skies and cumulus clouds passing by as I try to make faces out of them. June is just-right weather. June is watching new flowers bloom. June is whatever you want it to be; school's out, children are laughing, fireflies are on their way, swimming pools are opened or uncovered, canoeing and kayaking are wonderful, tennis is good...Ah-h-h, June! Have a lovely month!

June Bug


WondrousStrange said...

lovely june..did you ever catch a june bug and tie a string to it's leg and let it fly circles around you? seems an horrendous thing to do now a days..but when you are twelve, such things never enter your mind:) of course...I never did that...really, I hated creepy crawlies!!

Diane said...

You have a wonderful month too. Thanks for visiting my blog and have a beautiful June day. Diane

My Dream Garden said...

D, no I never tied a string to a june bug's leg; however, I've heard of kids doing that before. Better yet, my husband tried that with a sparrow when he was 10 years old. He was a mischievous one!

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