Mardi Gras- the last day of revelry before the beginning of Lent- on Ash Wednesday. I took mycue to indulge myself one last time before Lent’s onset. Then desiring to empty myself of so many worldly pleasures and to spark my memory of past years Lenten promises, I cracked open my documents to seek those intentions. What can I do to be a more saintly child of God? My mind wrestled between other years’ vows and choosing a new one. So I decided to give up playing my computer games. The very first day- perhaps science could explain my lapse, I clicked on the Solitaire icon. Then just as quickly, my Guardian Angel threw virtual pebbles at my head to stop playing almost before I started. Displeased with my unconscious act, I wrote myself a reminder to keep here by my computer and to keep me on track- just in case… linking to Brenda Warren's Wordle #199 on The Sunday Whirl
Sunday, slowed-down pace time for being with loved ones making memories my "painting" version of A Sunday Afternoon (edited on PicMonkey to achieve this look) young’uns relishing cookies with no worries ‘bout morsels dripping crumbs sharing haikus with Kristjaan's Carpe Diem #671
breathtaking splendorexquisitely tinted sky pause here and enjoy sharing with radiant Rebecca's Haiku My Heart
Hoosier Quote: “You don’t have to peddle a good thing.” ~Frank McKinney Hubbard~ Although this quote was in the Advertising section of the book, I think it’s appropriate for my photo because I think the scene "sells" itself.