I have been thinking about my Father the last few days. I was thinking about him when I was growing up, throughout my life and remembering him at the end of his life. He was a character without-a-doubt, complete with a sassy sense of humor. He was born in Bridgeport CT, on February 26, 1929.Continue reading “I will remember, Dad, promise. “
It was a hot summer night last evening. The sky clearly bright with stars and the smell of clean humid almost fall-hinted air. In the distance small flashes of light scattered around the backyard which was filled with the smell of barbecue from my neighbors grill. The sweet smell of barbecue sauce on meat sparkedContinue reading “Fire fly nights”
Simple…Appreciate the who and what is all around you in the moment. This is how I try and spend my Saturday mornings, finding peace, something colorful and a moment when I can thank God for all he has made possible in my life. Me, my camera and how I see the world. Milwaukee Wisconsin, 2016Continue reading “Saturday summer mornings…”
Vacations are the perfect time to indulge life. Soak up moments with family and friends creating a lifetime of unforgettable memories. If you are not careful it can become routine when your focus is on perfection. Eat ice cream with extra crunch.
Traveled to Vermont this weekend to teach at the University. My first time in Vermont yet it felt like home. Being there at the end of Fall seeing the hue of leaves on the trees or as a carpet on the ground was breath-taking. The opportunity to work with graduate school students is always a richContinue reading “Past, present and future”
Sundays are becoming my new favorite day of the week. I was at a seminar this week listening to a speaker who was talking of leaders caring for their soul. We all have people we take care in our life. We all lead in someway caring for someone in our life, whether you are health professional, aContinue reading “At the Table”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Intricate.” This is a cottage clock that my father-in-law made for us. He cut each intricate scroll by hand. I can only imagine the hours of artistic skill, patience and vision he spent creating this timeless treasure. Me, my camera and how I remember.
Today as I was driving listening to my new playlist with the skylight open on my Jeep, I couldn’t help but focus on the smell of summer air. I was at the stop sign where the smell of fresh-cut grass filled my senses. When I passed the city scape of buildings just right, the sunContinue reading “Solstice Sun”
February 20, 2015 was National Cherry Pie Day. As the day passed I thought about what reminds me of cherry pie the most. There are several memories that came to mind but this reflection stood out in my mind. One of the traditions my very best friends, Diane and I committed to annually was aContinue reading “Cherry Pie”
The walls all around our home hope to send a message of peace and romance. The traditionalist red brick ranch communicates a the story of two people who in its own rite are old school at heart. The mission is to capture memories that are important which color the journey of life. There is no roomContinue reading “Reminiscent of an early time”