Monday, November 29, 2021
December 1 will mark thirteen years since my husband passed away. We miss him still. The first photo was taken in 2003, in Florida. He was always up for taking me wherever I wanted to go to take photos.
A sunset from yesterday:
And one from the carwash:
Thursday, November 25, 2021
Well, I'm in digestive agony from too much turkey... and all the trimmings. My son cooked Thanksgiving dinner. He's a great cook, much better than me. My mom was a great cook too so I guess it skips a generation. ;)
A few pics from the past few days:
A delicious wine
Pumpkin Honey Bun Cake
Friday, November 19, 2021
It was 3:45am, I had my camera ready to go. I live on the 5th floor, so I had to take the elevator to the parking lot. (the moon wasn't visible from my balcony) So, I took several shots, none of which looked great. Thought to myself "I need the Nikon with the 80-400mm lens." Went back upstairs, got the Nikon from the top shelf of my closet, found the lens in the box where I had stored it, put a fresh battery in the camera because it was dead, headed back to the elevator. The Nikon did worse than the Fuji. What I DID NOT DO was take a tripod with me. I have taken many eclipse photos in the past, with pretty good success. But never, NEVER without a tripod. I don't know if I was so preoccupied with the trip outside or what but the tripod never crossed my mind. I should probably attribute my lapse to senior-itis... Basta!
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Sunday, November 14, 2021
I adopted a turkey at @farmsanctuary. Faye the Explorer.
I'm sure the names are matched to your name (great marketing) when you visit the site but I was going to adopt one anyway.
I think I was once an explorer... I seem to have lost that in my old age. Is that how it works? Do we rein in our bravery as we get older? It's easy to take chances when you have someone supporting you. I lost my last cheerleader when my mom passed away.
So.... more grey matter, please. 🙂
Friday, November 12, 2021
Thursday, November 11, 2021
A moody sunrise
And a photo of my Dad
Yesterday's weather was perfect - upper 70's and sunny. By the weekend we'll be back to normal Fall temps. Oh well.
My Dad was in the Army during WWII. He was stationed in the Philippines. He eventually got into the Army Air Corp (I think that's what it was called) but before he could finish his training, the war ended. He loved flying but never pursued it in civilian life. I remember on many Sunday drives we would end up at the local airport, watching planes land and takeoff.
Friday, November 05, 2021
Wednesday, November 03, 2021
Tuesday, November 02, 2021
Made a trip to the McDowell Nature Preserve this morning and managed to find some color.
Update on the knee injections: I wasn't expecting to see any real relief for at least four weeks (the doctor said 3-4 months) but on the second night (and since) knee pain did not interrupt my sleep. It's amazing.