Thanks to two sweet friends I learned that today, March 14, 3/14, is Pi Day. Unfortunately, I learned that a couple of weeks ago, remembered it up until last weekend, then completely forgot about it today. So the appropriateness of doing equations using pi in geometry and physics this morning was lost on me. And that slim chance of my trying to make a pie? Definitely didn't happen. However, I did get the chance to enjoy a slice of Pinterest pi/pie inspirations. . .
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Friday, March 8, 2013
We haven't seen a bit of snow fall this past week, but two weeks ago was a different story altogether. . .
Hooray for a wet snow!
We waited a few days before braving the roads. Then we were thankful for snow plows (especially the ones that did not dump clumps of ice at the end of our driveway) . . .
With the accumulation of about 25 inches of snow, the process of it melting is still under way. Funny thing is that I'm listening to the pleasant patter of rain right now. Weather keeps life exciting in the Midwest :) Warmth to you~ be it in blankets of snow, or bushels of sunshine!
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
My sisters have become quite good at stacking cards lately.
I have found myself stacking too, though a bit differently.
I've been stacking pictures.
Not literally, of course.
Just gathering frozen moments onto my camera, then computer.
This week I've been able to transform some of that stack into posts.
Simple windows onto the past month.
I decided to publish these posts around when they happened.
Rather crazy how you can publish in the past.
I find this helpful for maintaining overall clarity.
But the little trick has a downside- confusion at the present.
So I thought I'd write this explanation.
Thanks for your patience and hello again!
Hope all is well with you~ Megan
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Monday, February 18, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Behind the dance studio, there is this alley. It can lead you around our small downtown the back way. Up ahead, a right turn, then left turn would take you to a children's bookstore. If instead you took two left turns, you would come to a bicycle shop. But, if you pivot to your right from this spot, a few steps lead you to the back deck of a local coffee shop. It was a little less than a year ago that friends at dance introduced me to this place. Turns out they have great tea, hot or iced, and Italian soda in a plethora of flavors. Also, the cozy atmosphere and same people at the counter give it a hospitable feeling. Add a few friends, and it's a favorite place to go. I always did like alleys, but it's these special, quiet spots that make them so mysteriously magnetic.