Welcome to Friday’s Fave Five
I thought I’d share
just a few lovely things from my week
1. Bright blossoms
2. Birds at the feeder.
I don’t have a picture but I wish you could join me at daybreak to hear the robins singing.
It’s the sweetest song.
3. The smell of fresh tilled earth in the garden – seeds go in this weekend!
4. Low tide at Point Prim – an extra low tide in spring that the Islanders call the clamming tide.
Exploring the tidepools with Sophie
Crabs and starfish, snails and seaweed
and ducks in flight
5. and family celebrations
Happy 24th John Alexander!
John means ” a gift from God” and he has been that from day one.
We had a wonderful evening of songs, stories as well as numerous noisy rounds of Pit.
Does anyone remember that game? Roger and I played it way back in college days.
John’s mom-in-law found it for his birthday at a yard sale.
John and Kathleen are board game aficionados. The birthday boy was the top scorer.
So much fun, but my voice was totally gone by the end of the evening.
Well, as Carol Burnett used to sing, “I’m so glad we had this time together” 🙂
Thank you for dropping by and sharing a few lovely moments from my week.
Thanks, too, for your sweet hellos, comments and emails – I appreciate each one!
PS ~ For more Friday Fave Five fun, pop over to Suzanne’s at Living to Tell the Story