The nights are starting to have that feel to them that signals the coming of fall and the fading of summer. I think I will miss my summer friends as they migrate south to warmer climates. Through the winter I will look forward to their return.
A recent trip to west Texas has me falling in love with the big skies, simple landscapes, and the beautiful contrast in textures. Here are a few from my trip.
Sometimes things start small but grow into something massive. Other times they simply leave their mark. It is up to us to decide, is this a scar or a beauty mark?
Small or large, everything we encounter leaves its mark on us. How we use it is up to us.
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This has been hanging around in my head so long it is starting to feel like an old friend. I finally coaxed it out of my head and on to my computer. What is it about old buildings that is so intriguing?
What is it about starting a new year that causes us to reminisce and to plan forward? New Year’s is just another day, and shouldn’t we be doing this throughout the year? Whatever the reason, this is the time of year to reflect on where we have been and where we are going.
Do you have a list of top 2018 moments? What are you planning for 2019?
She comes at night when we are sleeping, leaving behind her pixie dust in tree tops and drops of paint on the leaves of shrubs. Welcome Fall.