Where in the World is Reba?

From my deck in February.

From my deck in February.

I bet you all are wondering where in the world I am. Well, I’ve been on spring break. I couldn’t help it. I’m on a lake in Appalachia and the Canadian geese hatched little “geese-lings”. I just had to sit and watch them. They’re so cute—and fuzzy—when they first hatch. The dogwoods began to bloom and the azaleas lured me into their clutches. Oh, and Brandilyn Collins launched her latest novel: Sidetracked. I suppose that’s just what I did: got sidetracked! If you haven’t read it yet, I just have one question: what in the world are you waiting for?

My view today

My view today

 

I’ve also been preparing for my next new adventure. I can’t wait to tell you all about what I’ve got planned next but I can’t let the cat out of the bag just yet. You’ll have to stay tuned for that but it will involve a lot of video blogging (VLOG) from a lot of different places.

I’ve been contemplating, praying and weighing my options and will be making an announcement soon. In the meantime, enjoy the springtime!

As I write this, geese, ducks and feral cats rest on the banks of the lake soaking in the morning sunshine. It’s supposed to get to ninety degrees today, a stark contrast to the ice and snow I experienced during my first winter outside a sub-tropical climate in decades.

 

Meet Mr. & Mrs. Geese and their lovely children

Meet Mr. & Mrs. Geese and their lovely children

Life is an incredible adventure. This past year has been the most amazing ride of my life. Around every turn I learned something new about myself, about life and about the faithfulness of the God I serve.

I can’t believe it’s May already. I feel like a grizzly bear just coming out of hibernation after a long, long winter’s nap. I’m excited about my new adventure and can’t wait to share it with you. Well, actually, I’ll have to wait to share it with you. We’ll endure the wait together!

Thank you all for following my journey. You honor me with your friendship and support. May God bless you in ways you could not imagine today.

 

So what wonderful things are you up to during this incredible springtime? Share it here!

 

 

 

1 comments
Angie Arndt
Angie Arndt

Sorry, Reebs! I'm so late seeing this -- it's almost summer. Spring has come here, too, and our beehives are full to overflowing. You should see them all sitting on the front porch of the hive. Our hummingbirds are fighting as usual and we have a new four-legged friend here on the Arndt farm. Someone left the sweetest little ol' lady dog just outside the town limits. They must have known a soft-heart was coming 'round the bend.


Can't wait to hear about your new venture. I know you'll have lots of fun for us to read about.