As I get older weekends and days off from work are as busy and stressful as going to work. In fact, I have found after being off from work that I need to go back to find feel peace or normality. If you think about this it is pretty pathetic. You know the typical morning, your alarm goes off, you groan and immediately thoughts race through … Continue reading Paper cup
I met him the first day he began life in our fascinating world. His young parents were so proud, yet afraid of the fantastic responsibility of caring for this little boy. The wonder of young parents was laden with such thoughts as: Would we protect him and keep him safe?, Would we be able to care for his needs and juggle work? Would we know … Continue reading When I grow up I want to be a Candy Bar.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Time Capsule.” There are a significant times in the life when you feel the favor of God. Sometimes we have to search high and low in hope that the day will come. Other times surprisingly favor falls right into your lap. These are the times in life when you wish favor could be bottled in a time … Continue reading He laid bricks…
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Vivid.” Rose bushes Me, my camera and my backyard. Continue reading The Rose
An impromptu turn: Filled the night with fun and friends. We hurt from laughter. Eat, Drink, and Be Merry… Continue reading Eat, Drink & Be Merry!
“On the Way.” to a meeting for work, my colleagues and I stop on the roadside, hoping we would see the forest through the trees today. Mission accomplished on many levels with the benefit of having great travel partners. Rib Mountain, Wausau Wisconsin June 2015 Me, my camera and how I see the world. Continue reading Forest through the trees…A tiptoe of light.