Something I Cherish, #1

The word I chose to guide me through the year 2021 is CHERISH. I am keeping this word ever present in my mind, every day, and I thought I’d start sharing with you some of the daily kinds of things I am cherishing right now.

At least once a week, my husband and I pick up a coffee and then head to Fern Hill Wetlands, which is not far from our house. During this winter season, we sit in the car, drink our cups of coffee, and talk over the important (and unimportant) things happening in our life right now. It’s a wonderful way to start the day…together, talking things over, watching the eagles and the waterfowl, and the always dramatic sky.

I cherish these together moments.

8 thoughts on “Something I Cherish, #1

    1. Robin Post author

      Les, we’ve loved this new routine. We had to take a break for a couple of weeks because of all the flooding. It was more than a wetlands; it became a lake!🤦‍♀️

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  1. Marlo Quick

    I love your word for this year! It would be easy to focus on what we have lost. Instead, thinking of what you cherish turns it 180 degrees. Even in thinking about what is gone, we can cherish the memories of what was. Thanks, Robin.

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  2. kaysreadinglife

    What a lovely picture and also a lovely time for you two together! I always am glad to see pictures of Oregon. I’ll enjoy your ‘cherish’ posts.

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