Sunday, May 30, 2010
what to do?
I'm not a bad pitcher...
but I wouldn't want that responsibility full-time.
Monday, May 24, 2010
Steve & Paul left to Chitina at 5 a.m. to put the fish wheel together. Had a wonderful time drinking coffee & lounging before he left...it's going to be a long day for my hubby. June 1 will be here soon, I hope for lots of kings and full coolers. Hunter will be home at 7; I'll be ready to head out as soon as he shows up. Early in, early out I say! Then off to Costco after work and over to mom & dad's. Better go & get ready...
wherever they may lead...
& the dance that followed....
Marina & Hunter found injured butterflies.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
& we got a great nights sleep...12hours!
we went walking after a caribou steak & egg breakfast!
Friday, May 14, 2010
Change is hard...
but good in the end.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Your karma is your own doing...Every person is responsible for his or her acts and thoughts, so each person's karma is entirely his or her own. Karma is in the hands of an individual to shape his/her own future by schooling his/her present.
Can you change karma?
Your soul is on a journey. Karmic situations in which you find yourself today are both your soul's mirror and travel guide. Karma can show you where you've been and where you might go to learn the lessons you've chosen for this lifetime.
Through understanding your unique destiny, you can adjust your actions to either change an ongoing situation, or gain new perspective on a past situation so you can avoid making the same mistake twice. By understanding karma, you can unlock the patterns from past lives and show you how to use the laws of karma to consciously choose a better path for this life and the next.
"Life is a magical journey. Take time to smell the roses and love with everything you have. Don't make promises that you cannot keep and try to keep from letting those who love you down." ~Heather
Monday, May 3, 2010
Planting seeds tonight...
for another spectacular squash season!
The ACTE Conference was over on Saturday just in time to get to the bowling alley to meet the Girl Scouts. We bowled for two hours and then went to Bouncing Bears. I am not sure why they were so hyped up about that place. I guess I might feel differently if I were 11.
The week ahead is filled with fun & adventure. Steve brought the Bayliner home tonight, yehoo! Hopefully we will be out in PWS this weekend getting some fresh shrimp and rockfish. No lingcod until July 1 darn it. It will be nice to be at one with nature sleeping under the stars. I've got to remember to charge the video camera, last summer we got great whale footage in the area we are going.
Happy early Mother's Day to all you moms!
Here is to sunny days ahead!
My handsome hubby!