|Lingonberry flowers, from a week ago, when it |
Its been 90 + degrees and fire season is upon us, this means a blanket of wildfire smoke in town and constant sweat.
I am striving to be thankful for the heat, after grumbling over the extended winter that called itself spring.
I am thankful the fire is no where near my house.
I am thankful for seedlings leaves becoming stronger and darker green every day.
I am thankful for the strength I cultivate hauling water.
I am thankful for my love.
I am thankful for my health.
I am thankful for blooming flowers and sunny nights.
I am thankful for the more scenic, residential route into town that road construction on the highway is giving me the opportunity to use.
I am thankful to teach.