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Falling for Greenville once again

Today, Greenville spoiled us yet once again with her charming self!  We started out with an enjoyable breakfast with some great company at the Green Room and followed it up with a day of music, people watching, and lounging at Fall for Greenville.  Greenville never fails to welcome you in and wrap you up in her presense!


Let me linger

Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.  Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.  The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves.  ~John Muir

For me, there is nothing like a deep breath of fresh mountain air, a lazy stroll through Mountain Laurel and Honeysuckle, and a take-your-breath away view to calm the nerves, slow the pace, and re-center.  Let me linger awhile…

Easter at the Lake

Refresh, renew, and rejoice!  What a beautiful day it was to sit, relax, and enjoy what God has given us!  Whether it be burly St. Bernards hanging their heads out car windows, Caprese Salads, pretty lake views or just funny bunny-looking Pikachu’s hanging off of pick-up trucks, there is always a sight to behold!

Always enjoy the day and relish in the sights and sounds around you!  You may be surprised what makes you smile!

Chilly Daffodilly

I appreciate all the beautiful, warm weather Mother Nature has blessed us with for the past many weeks.  Spring flowers have felt safe enough to peek their heads up to the sun, the forever mated pair of geese that habitate at my place of work have already started looking for that perfect nesting spot, and picnic blankets have draped our park lawns with her adoring audience.

BUT…Today was cold and windy!  I must say that Mother Nature is testing our loyalty!  I felt  a little challenged today in my devotion to her best judgement but know that she has her reasons and that she will soon again shower us with her glowing warmth and love! 

My poor daffodils could only hang their heads, bear down, and hang in there through the 54 degree day!  Poor us!

Happy February 25th!