2017 year has flown by. So much happened for us, it could hardly be called boring. Some was less than thrilling but always we found goodness in everything we experienced. A lot of bloggers and friends have been reflecting on the past year and their growth, whether or not to have resolutions and regrets, and reflecting on what the new year might have in store. The only thing I can say about the past and the future from my own perspective is that they both interfere with my appreciation of the now. As an empath I have often … Continue reading A Nod to 2017
Well, I know most everyone has moved beyond turkey and fixings and on to Santa, trees and baking cookies; but I must revisit last Thursday as part of my contribution to Norm’s Thursday Doors project . He is the Doormaster for this … Continue reading Lincoln Holiday/#Thursday Doors
Well, I have been waiting to do this post and to use these photos for a few weeks now. Hubby and I came across this wild plant during one of our hikes along the Canaveral Shores trails in Florida. We … Continue reading Nickernut Happy!
NO WAY is there only one door in Atlanta worthy of representation. In fact, the total opposite is true. Every time one turns around or looks across the landscape of Atlanta, there is some architectural wonder, both old and classic or new and innovative. It is a feast for urban photography, yet moving out of the city and into the rural areas entices me even more to click away at the trees, the birds, the butterflies….so much! But on this trip I only managed one specific door, while joining two of our favorite young people for breakfast. The … Continue reading Atlanta/#Thursdaydoors
Welcome to the Atlanta BeltLine, a place of wonder, exhilaration, peace, harmony and stimulating inspiration. Not the least of these are the tiny doors you can find if you just look closely…. Continue reading Tiny Doors/#ThursdayDoors/#Atlanta
Very recently while enjoying rare quality family time, I spotted this little sweetie in a nearby tree. Ready to be in the spotlight, the happy robin pranced up and down the branch, stopping to pose, as the trees in the … Continue reading A Time for Spring
In my embrace
the only place
where you are you
and I am me.