:: Randoming ::

Some random things…

Here is a children’s book celebrating the joy that is/was a part of the Women’s March.  I especially love his response to how men can best support women.

Give this a watch.  Happiness, or some approximation thereof.

The tragedies occurring in schools leave me with a heavy heart.  Read this letter, written by a school teacher and addressed to elected officials. (thanks, a)

If you’re interested in de-cluttering your life and home,  this is a gentle read with important questions we can ask ourselves.

Last week I had the pleasure of visiting with Grace, of Whimsy and Joy.  Grace is beginning a new blog series, Book Talk, in which she interviews creative kindreds about their reading lives.  I was honored to be her first guest!  You can read our conversation right here.

How sweet is this garland of dancing balls?!

And these Easter eggs are so pretty.  Maybe we’ll give them a try this year.

We talk of the necessity of self-care.  This piece considers a very important aspect of self-care that is often overlooked.

 

Happy clicking, and hope your March is off to a good start!

Sending a little love your way, m

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    1. P.S. Those Easter eggs are lovely! I have red cabbage in the fridge and might just have to try this. I’m thinking I will first hollow the eggs out so that I can use them over and over…

    2. I like that you were a part of this one ;)

      We hollowed out the eggs one year and it’s nice to be able to save them (albeit a bit of work to make!). That’s a great idea for these beautiful blue eggs…I’d love to see them strung on thread and then hung from some branches…

      1. Oh, that’s a wonderful idea! There are so many branches down in our yard because of the nor’easters we’ve been having, I will have to find a good one to use. Great suggestion! xx

  1. Great set of clicks, that letter from the teacher is so powerful, I hope it does some good. The happiness film was amazing, he worked hard on that! De-cluttering! I so need to do that! I’m going to check out a couple of the books you mentioned in your interview, The Humans sounds up my street, and I fancy a go with the eggs, red cabbage! Who knew!? Thanks again for the 5 day self portrait course, it’s still something I’m thinking about, and I blogged about it https://fragglesotherplace.wordpress.com/2018/03/09/friday-fraggle/. Lastly, would you mind divulging which theme you use on your blog? I saw this one a while back on someone else’s blog but couldn’t find it in the themes section, I really like it. Have a wonderful weekend Michelle. Kind regards, Fraggle.

  2. Michelle,

    Thank you. These always make me laugh and cry. I love your shares. They always touch my heart and make me feel even more alive.

    You = such goodness.

    Thank you, Jen

    ……………….. Jen Trulson “People usually consider walking on water or in thin air a miracle. But I think the real miracle is to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child–our own two eyes. All is a miracle.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

    http://www.jentrulson.com

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