I’ve been buried under a pile of varieties of work recently, so my creative spark is lately pretty dim. I am, however, slowly reading through a couple of books since I finished Fault Lines. I look forward to adding more reviews in the next two weeks. Meanwhile, I thought I’d share a bit of beauty that I encountered this morning with my husband.
Things like this are a reminder of what’s important in life. It’s not as if a woodpecker is an uncommon sight, but like so many things, we often fail to stop and enjoy life’s simplest pleasures. Of course, it wasn’t my bedroom window this woodpecker was near at 6:20 in the morning (wasn’t even outside of my house), so my characterization of this as a simple pleasure is certainly subjective.
Here’s “Woody” in action:
I hope this little bit of nature makes your day a wee bit brighter.
For the record, it is 93 degrees in our neck of the woods. In May…
I have some educational and literary thoughts on tap for next week that I hope you’ll find of interest.