Stay-Go-Be-Do #3

Post 35/2020 Sunday 1 November What makes me laugh on Zoom is to have the moderator tell someone, “Unmute yourself.” I’ve had some good laughs with participants, without belittling anyone, who miscues on this electronic form of communication. I grimace, though, at those in the public sphere I’d love to see muted. Be that as it may. In due time that, too, shall come to pass.

In the meantime, I’ll let photos of the week do the talking.

Featured image: First snow of the year in northern Indiana’s LaGrange County, Sunday 1 November.

Weekend in LaGrange

A blue moon, 31 October 2020
The blue moon through the branches of an oak tree.
Gulls on a windy, first-snow-of-the-year Sunday at Oliver Lake. We stayed in, ate in, played cards in, dipped into the candy dish, turned the clocks back and shared both glee and involuntary shivers on the changing seasons.

Walk to/from the Goshen Public Library

Ferrette Baugo (St Joseph) County Park

A walk in the rain provided a pleasant tap, tap, tap of rain drops on our raincoat hoods. Really, a rare pleasure this fall.

Cobus Creek County Park (Elkhart)

Greencroft Goshen campus

The seasons are a’ changing, for sure. Let nothing about the change mute our expression of gratitude for today, yesterday and our prayer for tomorrow. Yay, November!


6 thoughts on “Stay-Go-Be-Do #3

  1. The last remnants of fall. Let’s hope this coming week begins the ending of the Trumpeter and he is muted!


    May the God of Wonder be with you, delighting you with the beauty of sunrise and the majesty of sunset, with the song of the bird and the fragrance of the flower.



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