From The Mud Puddle

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Grow a Garden

Click on the above link. You will get a black page.
Click your mouse anywhere (& everywhere) on the
page & see what happens! Better yet, click & drag
your mouse over the black page...

~Thanks Cathy

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Christ is my Savior and my Lord
Christ is the Son of God
Christ is the hope of the sinner
God bless you this Easter Sunday!
He is not here; he has risen! Luke 24:6a

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Happy Birthday to my husband, Jay!
Have a wonderful day...


Friday, April 06, 2007

Click on the image below for a better view. This is our forcast for tonight and tomorrow. Those who have followed this NC gal's blog any length of time probably already knows that I love snow! While they are only calling for flurries(that probably won't happen)...still and stuff.
My husband's birthday is on Saturday...and how neat it would be for him to see some flurries on his never snows at all on his birthday...
This would be fun for him!
(and me )
(and the kids)
(and our dog)

Thursday, April 05, 2007

"There was a time when the frontier was out west. Mountains, prairies and deserts. Limitless miles of wilderness, which no boot or shoe had ever crossed. Today it's the complete opposite. Every available inch of our grate land has been touched by enough heels and soles to make a footwear mountain. But does this mean there is no more frontier to conquer? Absolutely not. There is in fact an even wider, vaster domain of open planet on which the people of the twenty first century have yet to put a gas station or a hamburger stand. But it isnt the land. It's the water. Water. The sum total of every ocean, sea, lake, river and stream. An enormous stretch of territory encompassing two thirds of the world. Out on the greatest bodies of water-the open oceans- there are no stop lights, no traffic signs. Nothing to slow you down. All you need is a boat and a breeze and you're off, climbing the waves with both feet. How far and how fast you go is up to you. "

I bought a pair of Sperry top siders today. (I usually buy keds-but none could be found in the size or style I was looking for today) This was the story on the Sperry box. I found it an interesting thought...that the remaining frontiers are bodies of water...and of course they believe you need their shoes to explore them. I dont know if I'll be exploring any waterways with my new shoes. More than likely they will see the paths well traveled of my life...but one can always think of that other frontier out on the deep blue sea...

Monday, April 02, 2007

I met my husband 22 years ago today. This is me, muddy...marking the date here as I was thinking about it today.