On the bottom of the front screen of my cell phone there is a daily message from my security software provider.
You are protected. No problems detected.
Yes, my phone is protected against hackers, robocalls and malicious attacks. My home is protected by security cameras and motion detectors. There are no problems detected.
Yet, where is the software that I could wrap around my family, my friends and others so that all of us are protected in the world today? The only software that I know is loving compassion, kindness and respect for all beings.
It is important to care. It is important to connect.
I have a somewhat smart home…thermostat, doorbell, mesh wifi, and security system all from Google except for my August Smart Lock.
I can adjust my temperature, see who’s at my door, unlock the door… all from my phone. The security system gives me a lot of comfort.
Every month, I receive a Nest Home Report from Google.
It tells me how much energy I saved the previous month among with other useful information such as
Grow it Yourself
This month, we’re using leftover produce to grow new, healthy plants. Place leaves from celery or romaine into water on the windowsill, or plant potato skins or seeds from tomatoes into soil and watch it all grow. ~Google
I am going to try all four-celery, romaine, potato skins, tomato seeds- and see what happens.
I am in Alabama caring for my sweet little granddaughter while my son travels to conferences.
She attends daycare in the mornings. As I was sitting at my desk relishing the chance to work uninterrupted, my phone buzzed with a notification that someone was at the front door. Continue reading “Thanks Google”→
Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither.*
An estate sale
My friend called to tell me about some wonderful sheets that she found at an estate sale near my house. As you probably know, good sheets are terribly expensive. Well worth the price as they last forever, but still a shock when first purchased.
Thinking that it would be great to find some inexpensive but nice sheets for my two adult sons and their families, I went to the estate sale. Continue reading “Naked Came I”→