Hygge Daybook for April 26, 2017 Out in the wide, wild world… it is rain/snowing ! (Or perhaps snow/raining?) At any rate the temperature has plummeted and my fire is burning bright. My travels…there will be no baseball practice this
I have been under attack by business. By work. By accounting (N.B. I am not and have no desire to be one of nature’s natural accountants. Spreadsheets & columns of figures & ledgers & I Do Not Get On. This
Photos and a happy/sad tale from one of our favorite holidays in the past few years, as well as our most hygge holiday ever, hands down. Part of the reason it was such a perfect week was because it occurred
“I don’t like standing near the edge of a platform when an express train is passing through. I like to stand right back and if possible get a pillar between me and the train. I don’t like to stand by
I’m Lisa Taylor. (Sometimes known as L.D.B. Taylor and currently considering changing my name entirely. Updates will be posted.) I write fiction and creative nonfiction and, at the moment, am Overwhelmed by the sheer number of tasks I have set
(In Retrospect: Tumbling Summer Talking To Jesus) And these are the questions rolling in over and around me day after day, as I silent talk to Jesus: Has the garden been watered, have the dogs been fed, do the
And oh I’ve been getting up earlier than the kidlet and official teen and older teens, savoring Morning Grace. Looking askance at the messy counter overflowing with dirty dishes; abandoned last night when we were off to bed too late.
A favorite mug filled with steaming tea, a pumpkin chocolate chip muffin, and a quiet morning. Classic Hygge. So – what kinda Hygge is happening at your house?
[A “looking back” post from December 2016 – still holding true today. Originally published in Its Own Sweet Will.] The weekend is upon us – though of course my days don’t slow down with the weekend – do yours? Saturday