Early morning light trickles in – catches me off guard.
ISO 720 F 2.8 1/400 SEC
I search for Nikon, take the shot and fall in love. I totally dig this photography thing I have going on, the shadows, the light . . . the story it leaves behind.
a day of creating with my youngest
walks with big dog
messages of love from that one with the big laugh makes me pause & want to freeze time
work for him
calls & messages from them all
they want me to come
a very Good Friday
At first glance, one might think I’m losing the “no dogs on the couch” battle but. . .
there seems to be a tiny bit of concern in his eyes – concern that I might actually mean he must get off the couch.
big dog makes me laugh
early morning birds
early morning shadows
calls from friends
warm loving hugs before she goes
The light shines in the darkness and the darkness shall not overcome it. John1:5
and just like that our girl who loves music is 21
and the fisherman and his wife rejoice because once, not so long ago it almost didn’t happen.
and with grateful hearts . . . we never forget.
family round the table
long conversations with one son
calls from the brown eyed girl
little wooden signs
a pop in twice this week
walks in the woods
“Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
and then there are raindrops in morning light hanging from branches that make these woods glow . . . and my heart skips a beat.
I shot this days ago and then left it in my camera.
I wonder why I do that:
Leave it there for days – holding it tight to my chest.
meeting Mr. & Mrs Charming for a late night tea
watching her on stage again – her smiles so wide & proud
ice cream after with our crowd & those two sweet extra ones with the reckless
that tap dancer getting back to strong
folding clothes for that one almost 21
ooohhhhh that sass
work for him
that book I needed