Faith Baldwin, pictured in the header of Dewena's Window all these years, writes of wanting to express her thoughts but not always being able to:
...to pin the butterfly wing of the valid emotion to paper with the key of a typewriter is usually to destroy it.
If talented Faith Baldwin felt this way can you imagine how often I doubt my ability to put into words my thoughts here? Today as I try to get in one January post after one of my frequent absences from my blog, it seems even more difficult for me.
And so, I'm starting back with another picture of the current year's beautiful Karen Adams calendar that my sweet daughter has given me each Christmas for a decade.
It is always a pleasure to open my new calendar because I know that Christy is opening hers too. You can bet we're thinking of each other every first day of the new month. Both Christy and I love pretty packaging too and Karen Adams' packaging is always a delight. Here's a link to this year's just in case anyone is interested.
Here I'm packing last year's calendar away where it went in the cabinet of my bed table along with those from years past.
I wonder how long it would be before they would fall on the same day and I could reuse them? Probably not in my lifetime?
And to add another picture to this post, here are RH and I at the family Christmas party at a son and daughter-in-law's house.
I hope that all of you had a beautiful Christmas and a happy and blessed New Year's Day. So many friends of mine have gone through another bout with Covid or have had their first bout of it recently. Take care!
I won't go so far as to wish you all the bliss of winter days because I don't think there are many who love January and February as much as I do, but spring really will be here before we know it. So I'll just end with wishing you daily comforts and joy until she arrives.
Here's a picture of our darling daughter taken one Christmas morning that seems like only yesterday:
See you soon! (That's one of my resolutions for 2023!)