It seems like 2020 was the year of cancellations, bad news, and ugly media. Now, in 2021, I'm not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn't necessarily more of the same. I mean, after all, there's an "antidote" circulating now, right? Forgive me if I sound naiive. I'm not. But with the arrival of... Continue Reading →
Sunrise was hitting this rose just so.
Yesterday my spouse and I were taking a morning walk in our neighborhood. We have the luxury of a fairly long "greenbelt" of parkway through the area, with lots of trees and grass. It's the best thing about the neighborhood, really. It has been a saving grace for when most things have been closed due... Continue Reading →
Today's roses, still wearing last night's dew. November 19, 2020.
Photo taken Friday, November 13, 2020. Another lovely rose in my neighbor's front garden. Thought I'd share.
Today my gratitude is for the change in the weather. The reflectiveness of the fall season, where our city is bathed in leaves and cool air. Fall leaves in Sacramento The coolness and sometimes chill of Fall make it easy to think. We move faster outdoors. We do things faster, to generate heat. Fall is... Continue Reading →
It’s Friday the 13th, again, in 2020, with crows. Any film buff will tell you that Friday the 13th is not an auspicious day for college students—or women in general. There’s a whole load of horror films on the topic. On the other hand, ask any Wiccan and they might say Friday the 13th is... Continue Reading →