Monday, April 13, 2020

The Good. The Random. The Fun. v. 15

The Good:
Another book read! This caught my eye in the young adult section of the Booksmith before it all shut down. It's about the Deaf community on Martha's Vineyard and a man who comes ashore with bad intentions. Super great read.

The Random:
A fun find while out for a run. We all need little things that make us smile right now (and I am a dog person!)

The Fun:
I took a fun walk in Allendale woods a few days ago. Such a fun spot in my backyard!

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14 thoughts on the matter:

Handmade in Israel said... {Reply}

Love the cat! Allendale woods looks like a lovely place for a walk. Hope you are doing okay, Tamar.

Michele Morin said... {Reply}

I think we are all finding our way outdoors these days.
That's a good outcome, and maybe it will persist?

Shelbee on the Edge said... {Reply}

Tamar, the Allendale woods looks like a beautiful place for a walk. And that kitty in the sidewalk would certainly make me smile, too!


Tom said... {Reply}

...we all need to see signs of leadership coming out of Washington!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I wish we had close by nice places to walk!

Bekah said... {Reply}

That book looks intriguing! And I love your nature pics! We have a cold, rainy, SUPER WINDY day here today, so it's just nasty out, but my home office looks directly out on the pear tree, so I have the BEST spring view.

Betty Crow said... {Reply}

You have a great place to walk. Loved seeing the cat. Cool waterfall, too. Hope you are saying well.

Meditations in Motion said... {Reply}

I found some chalk drawings on the bike path I usually start my run on. So bright and colorful and so much appreciated!

Jeanna said... {Reply}

And a great title. That's one nice backyard, too many people around mine, but then one is too many for me. Oh man, you've got a waterfall too? We've got fisherman and cranes.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

you boomers are shutting down the entire economy because you're afraid of a flu. Seriously, can you boomers kill yourselves? You are the most selfish generation to ever exist. You don't give a shit about climate change, why should we young people give a shit if you get sick and die of some virus? I HOPE the virus gets much stronger and kills you all.

Do you boomers realize how universally hated you are? There is not one single demographic that does not hate you- white people, black people, asians, mexicans, indians, chinese, millennials, GenX, GenZ. Something tells me that you boomers are not going to have a very comfortable or easy retirement, especially once you end up in the retirement homes.

Can you baby boomers hurry up and fucking drop dead? Enjoy your retirement homes cause we younger people will not take care of you even if we wanted to, due to the shitty economy you boomers created. Do you boomers realize that the younger generation is simply waiting for you to fucking drop dead?

You are all going to end up in retirement homes and we all know that the elderly gets treated pretty badly in retirement homes. Well, that's what you get for ruining your own children's lives. Even if your children WANTED to take care of you, they couldn't, due to you boomers destroying the economy. So I hope you enjoy the retirement homes, boomer scum!

Lydia C. Lee said... {Reply}

That waterfall is exciting! You look like you're still seeing some interesting things.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

That book sounds interesting. I love finding new places to walk!!

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

Those woods and waterfall look so amazing. Very nice. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

Linda said... {Reply}

Nice photos! I can't help thinking that spring comes in on little cat feet...