The Week In Seven Photos

Another week of transitions as we quickly moved from spring to winter and quickly back to spring again with hopefully the last sighting of Harper’s little footprints in the snow. All non-essential businesses were shutdown on Monday and it’s now necessary to stay away from the crowded sidewalks at the park.  We have found less…

The Week In Seven Photos

I’ve had to think often about the great Jimmy Buffett lyrics “if we couldn’t laugh we would all go insane” this week.  So, on a lighter note during these frightening times, my husband and I have been retired together for many years and one of the main ingredients to spending so much time together is that…

Wine Goggles

Either it really finally feels like Spring, or my wine goggles are working really well. someecards

The Week in Seven Photos

There were signs of spring everywhere this week and, as more birds flew in, the air was filled with squawks, honks and songs from all the new arrivals, but unfortunately the only sign of flowers remain indoors. As the news concerning the coronavirus worsened throughout the week, there was the question regarding other than places…

Monday Musings

Another weekend and another midlife realization that the person that spent years flying down the highway in the fast lane is in the rearview mirror and I prefer those slow Sunday morning drives and avoiding highways whenever possible.  No more U-turns to miss waiting for the train, but now hoping it’s a long one with…

Thursday Tunes – That’s Amore

“When The Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big Pizza Pie” – Dean Martin If you’re curious about some of my other photos, please visit my photography site Curious Wandering.

Silent Sunday

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The Week In Seven Photos

Harper and I were in a reflective mood one morning this week as we looked back at a year that flew by too fast and she promised that we would move at a slower pace in the new year. We will spend more days slowly meandering by the river and not getting lost in the…

The Day After Christmas…

The day after Christmas is my day of rest…and by that I mean it’s the day I drink the rest of my wine.