A Little About The Writer

I am an Anglican priest living in Canada.  Sometimes after a summer rain there are small muddy puddles at the side of the road near our summer place.  Sometimes they just look brown and well, muddy.  But at other times the sky and clouds and trees are reflected in the puddles.  There is so much beauty to find – even in puddles.

I like to think and write.  But sometimes my thoughts and writing are also muddy.  Maybe occasionally the sun will come out in my reflections and I will be able to share something worthwhile.

Most of the photos will be my own but occasionally I will use some of my wife Susan’s, I’ll try to remember to credit her – but we sometimes share a camera and we forget who took which photo – especially the better ones!


10 thoughts on “A Little About The Writer”

  1. Let me be the first to comment. Let the sunshine in

  2. How can we tell the hummingbirds the good news?

  3. I am going to like this blog a lot. Humor and common sense- I can tell with just a peek into this blog.

  4. I hope you aren’t too disappointed! I’m looking forward to learning a lot from your posts. Really like those butterflies.

  5. What a fantastic title for a blog – simple and deep at the same time: glad I found it.

    • Glad you found it too! And because you found it, I discovered your site, and other sites you like. The connections since I started writing my blog have been a pleasant surprise.

  6. Ah, the lessons in puddles. And wind-blown flowers, cumulus clouds, a baby sleeping and a child laughing. It is a “puddle-wonderful” world full of amazing moments.

    • So true, and all we need to do is slow down and look and wonder. That’s the main benefit of photography for me. I makes me stop and look more carefully.

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