The sweet fragrance of spring blooms can be intoxicating here in our garden. Places like this is where I can find peace and joy…
As well as our backyard oasis.
Here in our home sweet home…
And right here in BlogLand…
In this crazy and upsetting world it’s times like these where we need to come together and support each other where we find beauty, peace and kindness. When we do so… we can confront the atrocities. We must stay true to who we are so that beauty, peace and kindness stay put in our neck of the woods. That way our minds can stay rational and balanced.
Therefore, I shall stay put here in BlogLand and share the little Tidbits of Two Trails One Road. Our special corner of the world. And I will specifically look for your special corner of the world to also bring me Beauty, Peace, Kindness and Joy! It’s how I can stay sane.
Let the Tidbits Flow
Last week I was reminding sweet man all about Paczki. Basically, I was letting him know we needed to go out and see if our local grocery store had them. He had a few errands to run and would be back home in a jiffy so that we could go out to hunt down the delicious Paczki. (If you are not familiar with them… they are a Polish treat that is specifically eaten on Fat Tuesday.) I am not Polish and neither is Sweet Man but it’s an excuse to eat a yummy treat.
Well, he went and did it… it’s why I call him Sweet Man. He came walking through the door with fresh… made that morning Paczki!
From Paczki to Clouds… no segue. I just love clouds!
And from clouds to more roses…
More Tidbits and Bob Dylan
We had Bob Dylan on our Bucket List of Concerts. He came to Phoenix so off we went. The picture is somewhat blurry as I had to take this quickly. Security was crazy about taking pictures. They were threatening many people of taking their cell phones away …so I snapped this one and put my phone away. He was okay… he didn’t sing any of his famous songs, not a one. He stayed behind the piano all night. He did not chat with the audience. It was short and no encore.
Spring at the LakeHouse
Our neighbor at the LakeHouse sent me the above picture. When these little delights, called snowdrops, show their little blossoms… you know spring is on its way! Planted by my Mother 50+ years ago! I remember my Mom digging a few up and wrapping them in paper and laying them in a box for me to plant at my house in Ohio. I wonder if they are still coming up in that yard?
Speaking of Delights
Since we are talking about St. Patrick’s Day I thought I’d share my little Irish Coffee area…
I love sharing the beauty I find from my walks around the neighborhood.
Have you heard this one tip when growing basil?
Best basil I have ever grown!
Thanks for Reading Tuesday Tidbits
Sending well wishes to all of you for a wonderful week to come.