A light colored sciurine beauty in my front yard. I’m not sure where he or she came from, but they’ve been to the feeder a few times now.
Looking for the squirrel. Oh! There he is!
For my first post on a Tuesday in 2018, I’m introducing Tenacious Tuesday. Tenacious Tuesday is all about hanging tough and keeping going. When the going gets tough, the tough get going.
I’d like to think that is what I do on a daily basis. I keep going. 2018 is about keeping going for me. I will persevere and rise above.
I’m going to try something a little bit different this year on Heron, There & Everywhere. I’d like to attempt to follow a themed approach. Each day will have its own theme. I’ve tried to stick with what I know and what I like.
Mondays will be Musical Monday. I will write about anything music-related from my favorite bands, songs or concerts. Music is a huge part of my daily life.
Tuesdays will be Tenacious Tuesday. Tenacious Tuesday will be about challenges and hanging in there when life knocks me down. As a trucker’s wife, every day is a challenge.
Wednesdays will be Wellness Wednesday, and I’ll write about anything health-related that my family deals with – autism, ADHD, diabetes, celiac disease, diverticulitis, etc.
Thursdays will be Thoughtful Thursday. Those posts will be more random in nature from poetry to creative writing to random musings.
Fridays will be Fictional Friday, and that will be the day I post book reviews and anything book-related.
Saturdays will be Sentimental Saturday. I will write about my favorite things. My beloved squirrels will probably show up here.
Sundays will be Silent Sunday. This day will be photos only, no words. I love photography and have thousands of photos.
It is my hope that following a more organized approach will keep me writing more consistently in 2018. Please let me know what you think.
I live in a neighborhood where the old folks are all batshit crazy. The obsessive old man next door doesn’t like my feeding the birds and squirrels. They go into his yard. He’s now “boarded up” the hedge between our properties. This is only one of the boards. Gotta keep those dangerous squirrels out. They might dig a hole in his perfect grass or God Forbid, leave him a squirrel nugget or two. This is the insanity I live next to. Hey, goofus, I see leaves on your grass. Better fix that before society as we know it collapses from the stress. As you can see, I don’t rake. I’m sure that gives him fits.