Facing the health issues that have come my way, I have a choice of being upset or finding joy in my daily life.
It may not always be easy, but I want to focus on joy.
Here are a few of my joyful things for October:
Every October more than 30,000 turkey buzzards migrate through the Tehachapi pass. The other night some of them decided to spend the night at Jeanne's place.
Fat Bear Week 2022 is Underway:
You can vote for the fattest bear in this competition or watch the bears catch salmon in Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska , something I do. I find it peaceful, bordering on boring, but a good boring. Soon you will have a favorite bear. To check them out, click below:
Some lovely things to perk up one's October! Funnily, I have just come from taking a look at the Alaska Bears! Stay in your joy Inger. YAM xx
Wow, can't imagine that many buzzards. I am a fan of about 5 who live around here and hunt the neighbor's pastures. I find their graceful riding of the thermals a joy to watch while lying in my hammock.ReplyDelete
I'm glad that you are finding joy even during your health crisis. Your positive attitude is admirable. Wow, 30,000 buzzards is a lot of buzzards. The Canada geese have migrated and I've heard them even at night. When the return in the spring they cover the fields.ReplyDelete
I did checked the Fat Bears site last year. I hope your pick wins.
Hi Inger - hoping all goes well ... but seeing the turkey buzzards must be thrilling as they soar in the sky; while I love your rabbit brush - hope you get lots of Monarchs, yet having bumblie bees is perhaps even better. Look after yourself and with thoughts - Hilary xoxReplyDelete
I know that we have to choose every day when we wake up and it's not as easy when you have health problems. You are doing so great my friend and I know God is helping you along the way! Sweet hugs, DianeReplyDelete
PS I am watching the Cajon Pass Train web cam just about every day. The sunset last night was beautiful!ReplyDelete
You have such a wonderful attitude! And that is a help getting through life's curveballs.ReplyDelete
For such a homely creature, turkey vultures are one of the most graceful when they soar the skies above - like sailing! I enjoy watching them.ReplyDelete
I’m sorry about your health issues. I wish you better days ahead.
How wise to remember joy! Okay to be sad, too, but I think you don't want to do too much of that. Good balance. Grace under pressure!ReplyDelete
Down here last week some places had the coldest day on that date in October for over 50 years. Snow to sea level, roads closed, schools also, and many motorists stranded. Love the bush and the buzzards. Your cooler days are still ahead. Being joyful is a positive way to start any day.ReplyDelete
Your positive attitude is amazing.ReplyDelete
Sending my good wishes.
All the best Jan
I like to watch the turkey buzzards soar. So graceful in flight.ReplyDelete
You have an inspiring attitude. God Bless You
I love the fact that there are 30,000 turkey buzzards around, and I admire that you are choosing joy.ReplyDelete