It seems like there isn't enough hours in the day to finish what needs to be done. For me, it's the fear that I'm not making good use of my time; I should be doing more but I'm not. It's some arbitrary scale I use to evaluate my usefulness. Very self-defeating. But when I pause… Continue reading What a week…rambling post. Had a point, then got off track.
"I will go pick daisies and have a happy heart." - Kimber Annie Engstrom Thank you City Sonnet for this photo challenge! https://citysonnet.wordpress.com/2019/03/01/march-photo-a-day-challenge-2/
Gorillas have a pensive and curious look. It doesn't seem like they would randonly attack unless provoked to anger or felt themselves in danger. These are only my observations, and I'll probably never find out from personal experience. The closest I'll ever get is seeing them at a zoo, which I did last June at… Continue reading Photo a Day: Start with the letter G/ Gorillas
I never knew sunflowers grew in a bunch like this around a stem. Before realizing this, my eyes mainly gravitated towards the largest, bright bloom. My perspective of these giant blooms was limited. The only sunflowers I've regularly encountered were the single long stems sold at grocery stores or flower shops. Also, my kids and… Continue reading Flower of the Day: Sunflower clusters, October 25, 2018
Something fun about buckets and pails. When my kids find an empty, round vessel around, they can't resist: they have to at least try to sit in it, stand in it, squeeze into it, or put it on their heads. The other day my kids helped me wash vegetables; when they were done, the rinsing… Continue reading Cee’s Photo Challenge: Circles and Curves in Black &White