Comfort and Joy

Snuggly, tuggly! Hope you all had a very Merry Christmas! I’ve been doing a ton of writing but have it saved all over the place (on phone, in journal, scrap papers in purse, on Instagram, email drafts to myself, Microsoft word, etc. lol so hopefully can do some copy and pasting and share with you on this blog soon!). But I’m pretty impressed that I was able to do this post from my phone in just a few minutes; getting very tech savvy haha! But also limiting my tech times and trying not to take pics of EVERYTHING (difficult when Maine is so shockingly gorgeous and I’m especially a sucker for winter scenes). It has been an incredible past few months of zillions of blessings after quite an intense year (at one point I officially had 5 jobs lol). But it’s all been so wonderful (even the hard challenges!) and I definitely plan on continuing to share a little joy/nature/health/outdoors on this blog because these little moments are really what it’s all about! Thanks to all for following and sharing in my deepest comfort and joys; Love to all!!

6 thoughts on “Comfort and Joy

  1. Eliza Waters

    Little Man is growing ever bigger and stronger (shoveling snow? wow) – what an adorable almost two-yr.old!
    Looks like your Christmas was a lovely one.
    Did the kitty leave the tree alone? She looks so sweet and gentle.
    I love the ‘Joy is’ series, so heart-touching.
    And you have joined the Polar Swim Club?? Brave (crazy) girl! ;)
    Wishing you all the best in 2020 – may we the clearest of vision! ;)

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    1. Spy Garden Post author

      Yes Christmas was very cozy and simple; and sigh, yes Mr. big boy is indeed getting big! The kitty didn’t mess with any of the decorations! We do let her play outside so maybe that’s why she doesn’t mess with the inside stuff? She is the sweetest and we love her so much! The Joy is series was definitely my favorite present! And yes I have been doing some icy dips and on one day there just happened to be a bunch of other brave/crazy people out there too!! It’s actually quite popular in Scandinavia/Europe and I’ve been reading up on many benefits of hydrotherapy so just testing the waters! ;) wish you all the best in 2020 as well and indeed vision feels nice and clear for the new year! Oh and that little orange watermelon was one we grew in the garden picked just before the first frost and then let it ripen on the counter!! Little garden joys:) and got a bunch of garlic in the ground too before winter yay!! Thanks for the comments and well wishes!! :)

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