Where Do You Hang Your Hat?. Your location in the world.
Over the course of a lifetime, where you hang your hat is a pertinent question that must be answered. Life stages often dictate a need to be in one location or another. The heart pulls and these longings shouldn’t be resisted – that’s probably your soul speaking to you. Ignoring a desire to live in a place can often result in a heartache and that’s regrettable.
At the very least we should travel and visit where the heart wants to go.
What is it about shoes that is so much fun? Maybe it’s simply the quest for the perfect pair. The perfect pair can change your life, if you have an imagination and some spunk. They must be unique to you, you must wear them with aplomb, they must be comfortable, and they should make you look your absolute best.
Do you think that we should try harder to find that special pair?
It’s a funny thing, kale. When I was a girl on a Virginia horse farm, we had a garden. There was one vegetable that would grow in any season and no one wanted to eat…kale. Now, I must buy 5 leaves of organic kale in my grocery store and must pay dearly for it.
Think I’ll toss all my skills and ideas and… just grow kale.
The Vance Kirkland Museum of Decorative Arts is a Denver gem. I’ve lived here twenty years and had never heard of it. On Valentine’s week-end, I saw the interior.
This dress is one example of what a visitor can see among all the exhibits. I looked and then looked again at this dress creation. I won’t forget it.
Active, competent young people are simply a joy. I passed this fellow in LoDo on Valentine’s Day. As usual, I stopped to chat and he said that he was interviewed on TV during the Super Bowl and he had the video on his phone to prove it.
Because my husband and I stood and looked like customers, real customers came up to buy some food. Hope he’s there the next time I’m downtown and hungry.