Fun Facts Friday: an epic kayaking journey, the language of cats, other inventions by women and more!
Couple kayaking the Wabash stops in TH Imagine this – a couple making a 1,600 mile journey in kayaks. Now that’s adventure! Learning to speak the language of cats: How they’re actually telling humans what to do My husband thinks I am nuts when I dialog with my cats. It takes all forms: silly high […]
Miraculously we hit 70 degrees on Sunday and out came the kayaks! I live in central Massachusetts and not that long ago we were buried under over 4 feet of snow. Even though the front walkway, the deck and the back half of the driveway have been clear for a few weeks now, I still […]
Late have I loved you, O Beauty ever ancient, ever new, late have I loved you! You were within me, but I was outside, and it was there that I searched for you. In my unloveliness I plunged into the lovely things which you created. You were with me, but I was not with you. […]
80 degrees. No wind. A few wispy clouds. Colors popping out all over. Perfect conditions for perhaps the final kayak trip of the season. Enjoy the views. A glimpse of heaven. Join Susan Bailey’s Email List (special surprises just for you!) to subscribe to this blog. Follow Susan Bailey, Author, Speaker, Musician on Facebook and […]
Be As One is now in print! Beginning this month, I will be writing a monthly column for the Catholic Free Press, the official newspaper of the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts (previously I had written columns in the Catholic Free Press for the Commission for Women of the Diocese of Worcester). The column is called “Be […]
I am really digging photography. These days if all you have is a cheap camera, patience and a mindfulness for opportunity, you can come up with some pretty cool pictures. I am a total amateur when it comes to taking pictures. I have no idea how I get some of the results I get. Taking […]
Many of you around the country endured a harsh winter (especially you in the Midwest). Endless snow. Frigid temperatures. Dreary dark and shortened days. Our winter here in New England was long and hard and spring has been slow to come. But finally, Spring is here! Some of you nature lovers are lucky enough to live […]