The Week In More Than Seven Photos

Lately as I’ve been reflecting on a few things, I’ve often thought that it’s total malarky that the 50s are the new 30s. As I find myself debating between taking the very heavy Tamron lens or my new adorable tiny lens for my iPhone on photography outings, my inner 30s voice has been saying definitely…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Trust me when I tell you that when I began this series I never envisioned a pair of Crocs being the feature image of the week after years of making fun of the them (ok, it was downright ridicule). I was amazed when my niece told me she was ordering pair of Crocs after hearing…

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The Week In More Than Seven Photos

I’ve realized after the last few weeks that our wonderful parks need to add signs for some trail walkers. The first new sign should say Caution Muddy Path May Be Very Slippery And Cause Some To Slip and Do The Splits. It’s amazing when you constantly become distracted by slick mud how easy it is…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Yep, I’m one of those people that could be called an interrupter or someone who just in the excitement of the moment loves joining your conversation. Occasionally you meet someone who doesn’t appreciate this charming quality, but I’ve never quite understood that automatic look of irritation or immediate righteous indignation that can occur when I…

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The Week In Seven Photos

It’s disappointing when you’re an autumn person to wake up and realize you somehow now reside in a rainforest and pretty soon the mushrooms are going to grow as big as pumpkins. I’ve determined that my happy place would never have a dew point over 55, the temperature would never rise above 62 degrees and…

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The Week In More Than Seven Photos

Harper was in need of a special treat this week as she’s been left home more often as my niece and I continue to have a great time on the nature trails. There have been many fascinating discoveries along the way, the first being that thank god we’re only dealing with birds and not bears…

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The Week In Seven Photos

One could not have asked for a better morning at the park with blue skies, sixty degrees and my niece, the animal whisperer, along for the walk. The animals were just pouring out of the woods to see her and there was barely enough room on the paths between the deer and sandhill cranes. Thanks…

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The Week In Seven Photos

Earlier in the week I read an article about the new pandemic-era accessory of bracelets that signal your social distancing boundaries. Event hosts are offering green, yellow or red wristbands to let people know if they can come in for a hug or not. I always thought over my lifetime that my body language, the…

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The Week In Seven Photos

It’s that time of year to begin getting summer priorities in order and thankfully Harper is already on bug patrol, so we’re both prepared to quickly bolt through the yard if anything buzzes within ten feet. Finding a summer vacation destination is very important and it appears one of the turkey couples has decided they…

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The Week In Seven Photos

I’ve been known to develop obsessions and lately it appears they are sheet pan dinners (NYT Cooking – Sausage With Peppers & Tomatoes), memoirs and owls. I would love to be able to share a photo of the owl and owlets I’ve been trying to find for weeks, but all I can share is some…

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