Once upon a Saturday dreary

October 16, 2021

Here’s looking at you

One Saturday Night

One Saturday night

I lost my way,

And into the forest I chanced to stray,

And there in the woods

Were folks so wee

Their faces and features

I never did see,

They paid no heed,

For I stood quite still.

They went on dancing

With such a will,

With such abandon,

With such a will,

With such delight,

I skipped clear home

That Saturday night.

~ anonymous

*This poem comes from the book Poetry of Witches, Elves and Goblins by Garrard Publishing Company. It’s an old children’s book of poetry.


Every day holds the possibility of a miracle

My phone is once again running out of space, even though I delete photos just about every day – after I’ve transferred them to my computer. So, you will probably be seeing more posts throughout the day/week. At least for the time being, and if I can come up with something substantial to go with said photo. I just take too many photos, I guess.

Oh well, it is what it is!

Hope you have a great day!

Thanks for stopping by!!


When you destroy nature, you destroy the ecosystem that gives life, life. (There is a delicate balance…we can take, but we must also give…and let live)


It helps if you imagine auto correct as a tiny little elf in your phone who’s trying so hard to be helpful but is in fact quite drunk.


“The Communist Party operates by infiltrating and subverting social institutions like churches, schools, mass media and government.” – Bella Dodd, “School of Darkness”, 1954

Take care

Stay safe

Much love

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