1. It's feast rather than famine with books to read. This has been my spot lately, reading four books at once with two in waiting. Another is at the computer where I can type notes.
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde- in depth study for small group
Cutting for Stone- almost finished and reading for enjoyment
Exuberance The Passion for Life- chock full of information, taking notes
One Thousand Gifts- just began for Wed. night study, first chapter is excellent
The Horses of Proud Spirit- also waiting
2. Last week Chelsea told me she saw bluebirds when she was out. I envied her sightings and made a point to look for some around our place. There they were; I just had to look for them! I counted nine bluebirds playfully fluttering from fence posts to ground.
3. Later in the day, Tess and I saw a huge flock of robins on a neighborhood lawn. Our car was stopped so we rolled down our windows to listen to their beautiful song. I know nothing about migratory patterns, but my hunch is they are heading back north. Get ready for spring, Northerners! The robins are on their way.
I put on Leon Russell's Will O' The Wisp for housework today.