I do understand why they’re called fly-over states. There really are things to see, however, in those states between the East and West Coasts. Things are just more. . . spread. . . out. And you could fall asleep in one part and wake up an hour later, look out the window and think youContinue reading “Kansas Sky”
The cool thing about blogging is that you can make friends with people half way across the country or around the globe. When we were in St Louis I made sure to get in touch with NV, author of This D*mn House. NV and I “met” when she commented on my post about me mowingContinue reading “St Louis Arch and meeting a blog friend!”
We got to visit with my great aunt recently. Her back porch is very relaxing and we talked for hours. While we were talking I took the opportunity to practice “wildlife photography”. I snicker as I type that because how wild are birds that eat from bird feeders. Still, they are moving targets, I wasContinue reading “For the birds”
We visited the Flight 93 Memorial recently. It’s not that long of a drive from the DC area. The Memorial is still a work in progress, but it is nothing short of powerful already. The wall follows the flight path, which leads your gaze to the impact site. Each person’s name is engraved on aContinue reading “Flight 93 Memorial”
I must admit this winter was not terrible at all. That was a gift God designed just for me, I’m sure of it. The plants and trees still go to sleep for several months, which has left us without color in the DC area. So it’s the little things, like tulip magnolias in the CostcoContinue reading “Spring!”
My word of the year: DEVELOP Both as a person and a picture taker. Har har.