Tag Archives: Louisville

Creation Abundance

Spring comes to Houston in dribs and drabs, starting in January and lasting until the hundred degree temps of summer set in. Flowering trees bloom here and there, but never all at once, at least not until the crape myrtles … Continue reading

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finding things to love

When you never stay too long in one place, you learn to grow roots quickly, like an invasive plant. You learn to seek out the things that make the place unique, and the things that make it feel like home. … Continue reading

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waiting to bring life out of death

Louisville, waiting expectantly Louisville, Easter Sunday

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All Prayer Foundlings Home, Louisville

Blogging for the Filson Historical Society about a new (old) collection of glass lantern slides. The images of adorable infants, hymn lyrics and bible illustrations appear to have been used in presentations about the orphanage to church groups throughout Kentucky … Continue reading

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frosty mornings

My adjustment to early winter weather in the pseudo north continues. I dig out hat, gloves and a winter coat I haven’t worn since 2002. On our walk this morning, Jack and I are greeted by lawns and roofs white … Continue reading

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autumn leaves

Humor me, please. I am loving this thing called fall: chilly mornings and Indian Summer afternoons in Louisville, the northern-most Southern city. Houston lacks a true spring and fall. Sure, winter days are crisp and the sky is ever blue, … Continue reading

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art show finds

Saturday morning, bright and early, we ventured into Old Louisville to the St. James Court Art Show. The show, founded in 1957 by the local neighborhood association, showcases the work of more than 700 artists, and was voted best in … Continue reading

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