This, literally, is a view from the road. Reason: weekend trip. Destination: balmy St. Louis, MO (joking about the balmy part). Note how happy we look at the beginning of our getaway: so bright eyed and bushy tailed. Our daft enthusiasm makes my heart happy. Tally ho!”A View From the Road” portrait taken with an… Continue reading A View From the Road
Oh, the food you’ll eat! (When your only choice at an interstate exit is a McDonald’s). Can you say Quarter Pounder with Cheese, fries & a Coke?”Road Food” shot with an iPhone.
“One of my favorite aspects of weekend road trips is getting to stop at places like this,” she said with a twang of sarcasm as subtle as her Midwestern accent.Travel Center along I-70. Photo taken with an iPhone on a rainy, overcast day.
I have come to the conclusion that this blog, in its current format, is boring. B-O-R-I-N-G. There aren’t nearly enough photos to hold my attention (much less yours) and I find myself struggling against the tendency to be wordy. Oops I did it again. Let me put this another way: I write too much, post… Continue reading Conclusions: The Means to a Beginning
Found these guys at our local farm store… Out of the hundreds of newborn chicks, this little cutie was the only one willing to pose for a photo. I *almost* wanted to bring him home :)”Oh To Be a Spring Chicken” shot with an iPhone.
Good or bad, I’ve been bitten by the spring cleaning bug. From dusting and scrubbing to sorting, organizing and tossing accumulations of stuff, I find myself grateful that the onset of spring inspires me to get our house in order (if not for spring, how else would I get excited about conquering such drudgery).I once… Continue reading Spring Cleaning and Decisions
Intuition…it’s more than a song by Jewel used in Schick Intuition Razor commercials. It’s also that nagging feeling you get about something or someone: Call it a hunch, a feeling, a gut response, your first instinct, a sense of knowing, or strong response about something outside the realm of perception by your five senses (not… Continue reading Exploring Intuition