This morning I went through photos and videos of my grandson and his cousin taken as their families have gathered together so these two beautiful, loving, and generous children  can see, touch, play and be with another person their age – 14 months.  Their smiles and innocence are enchanting – pure bliss.

I then read Heather Cox Richardson on the Massacre at Wounded Knee, December 29, 1890, so not so long ago..

How to hold it all?

On our local Next Door is a post with a photo of two empty toilet paper rolls.  The sign says “free toilet paper seeds”.

Muriel Ruekeyser wrote: Nourish beginnings. The blessing is in the seed.  

A new year comes.  “The blessing is in the seed.”   

Golden Slippers by the Bay

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