Lovella's Blog's

Blogs that Inspire me

  • How Pleased and Blest Was I How pleased and blest was I To hear the people cry, Come, let us seek our God today; Yes, with a cheerful zeal We haste to Zio...
    16 hours ago
  • Our peonies are almost spent, but now the roses have their turn in the spotlight. Secret, Boscobel, Gertrude Jekyll, and Bolero above delight me with ...
    2 days ago
  • On this first day of summer I am taking a moment to appreciate the gifts my small garden has to offer. ~ Flowers for cutting ~ Fresh blueberries ~ A w...
    5 days ago
  • One day, last summer, Ben caught sight of Jack reaching up to pick a sweet pea flower for mom and he sent me the photo ... knowing it would remind me of ...
    1 week ago
  • *What happened to May and now June???* *So thankful that I took a few pictures here and there * *to help me remember.* *It's been a bit of a blurrrr* *Thi...
    1 week ago
  • Let me attempt to sum up the month with a few words...and a few snapshots. Flowers on the table... the last of the tulips and the first of the peonies. W...
    3 weeks ago
  • This post is being written on the Sunday evening before Memorial Day. I am not sad to see May go. I have explained my challenge with May before so will s...
    3 weeks ago
  • I remember a childhood experience that is vivid in my memory My mother was a very practical woman, always working to make sure everything was in the ...
    2 months ago
  • 5 months ago
  • For those of you who have been here for a long time, I thought I would post an updated family photo so you can see how all the children have grown (and...
    5 months ago
  • The deepest things I’ve learned and the greatest gifts I’ve received have come from the deepest suffering – having what I didn’t want or wanting what I did...
    1 year ago
  • His usually cool blue eyes and dimpled cheeks were not so glimmering nor so distinct as the realisation came over him that he had just flown for an hour an...
    2 years ago
  • It's been eight months now since I did a pretty major life change professionally and that's a story all on it's own. For the last eight months, though, I'v...
    3 years ago
  • Hello Friends. It's December and almost time for Christmas. Can you believe it? I know I've been absent for a couple of months but life has been b...
    3 years ago
  • Last week a group of ballroom dancers put on a show at my mother's care facility. Mum, pretty in her flowered hat, seemed to enjoy the music and costumes,...
    4 years ago
  • Australian wallabies are probably one of the cutest animals God has created, but first you should know what a wallaby is. [image: 20180416_170314.jpg] I...
    4 years ago
  • Another Saturday morning drive this week. The countryside offers so much variety and unique photo opportunities this time of the year. The farmers con...
    4 years ago
  • I'm currently blogging my way through the US as I work on a book on grief called '50 States of Grief'. In case you still follow this blog and have missed m...
    5 years ago
  • It's Christmas time in December. By now you all know that I love snow... And we've had plenty. I still have fond memories as a small child when the snow dr...
    5 years ago
  • Wow, it's been a long time! Just came over here to my blog to make sure that things are still up and running. A friend had informed me that the link I prov...
    5 years ago
  • My last post was Easter 2015. A lot happened during the past 12 months of course. My Grandsons grew like weeds, my parents moved up to Salt Lake, and bl...
    6 years ago
  • there was an interesting monologue that my daughter spewed forth a few weeks ago. i wrote the whole thing down on a little blue post-it note and just now...
    7 years ago