This is the 52 Weeks of Thankfulness – Week 8 at Haddon Musings
I want to give a huge “THANK YOU” to my 2010 followers.
Thank you Pete Hillman for making this video. Happy Earth Day. Yes, love our earth, love our home!
I’m so thankful of Simplistic Insights to nominate me for the Versatile Blogger Award. She has a wonderful blog to share her insights from her life journey and exterior sources. Please visit her wonderful blog! Miriam
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As I bang my head against the wall in the halls
Of this home, not my own; sigh and loudly cry,
Your compassion washes over me like waves
From rich love wider and deeper than the sea,
And you had no bed, nowhere to lay your head,
But you’ve said you will take care of my needs,
Sowing seeds of faith that grow ever so slowly
As you provide my daily bread, day after day,
And remind me I do have somewhere to stay,
And so what shall I say? And how can I repay?
I say ‘thank you,’ as I bathe me in love so true,
Which canopies over me like the skies so blue!
“Live green, love green, think green”
plus my “famous” and very popular Basil cake!!!
Please read this nice poem from my friend Teresa Barker.
Relaxing on MAX, Dennis Maxwell/Port of Portland.
They think I am a coyote
But in my trickster nature
I use this disguise
to watch them.
The Red Line MAX
They think I look so
fitting right into the city
smiling when a young hipster passes me
shouldering his messenger bag
earbuds in the ear
tuned to the Creative Pep Talk podcast.
right down to my furry paws
you’d recognize me anywhere
there’s no more wile
in the wild but there’s
always a coyote.
My writer-friend Liz Kellebrew sent me this photo of a coyote traveling on the Portland MAX light rail, taken back in 2002. They think this coyote came onto the train with a fare checker, and it (the coyote) was eventually captured by Wildlife Services and released in a more coyote-friendly location.
This photo reminded…
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