Hello again, dear people who read Hope Scribbles. I haven’t written a lot recently. And by “recently” I mean, well, since April. If you’re still reading, thank you. I appreciate you being here!
Since I last wrote I’ve turned thirty years old and graduated too.
My life has been full of lots of little, everyday blessings too. Maybe I’ll write about some of them here. I don’t seem to have a lot of words at the moment, not for blogging, although I’m busy with a writing project.
Anyway … I’m pleased to report that (predictably?) it’s possible to survive turning thirty and not nearly as stressful BEING thirty as thinking (and worrying) about being thirty!
I think my motto for this new year and decade has been expressed beautifully already:
“So breathe it in and breathe it out
And listen to your heartbeat
There’s a wonder in the here and now
Its right there in front of you
I don’t want you to miss the miracle of the moment …”
(Steven Curtis Chapman)
The wisteria season is over for another year. Wisteria makes me think of dreams come true and home baked bread and Jane Austen heroines. I like to think that these pictures captured a little bit of the beauty of the blooms.