It Was Gonna Happen
Day 365 – Okay, so this is it. The final photo entry in my daily blog. It took me more than a year to complete. A friend and fellow photo blogger joked with me when I first started about how sometimes you run out of ideas and just take a picture of your feet. Well, I missed a few days here and there, but I never took a photo of my feet. Until today. I will take some time to figure out how this blog will continue. So please check back now and then. I promise no more body parts.
Day 358 – Nothing goes better with a rainy day than a good book.
Me and My Shadow
Day 354 – Out for a walk this evening, just me and my enormous shadow.
Day 353 – I went to my first NBA game tonight. And to my delight, our hometown team, the Hawks, beat the Celtics in double overtime! I had so much fun!
Day 349 – My uncle asked me to post some photos from our family reunion and I just love this one. It is a photograph of a painting of the original family homestead in Kentucky.
Day 333- “Paris Street; Rainy Day; 1877” by Gustave Caillebotte. This lovely postcard hangs in my office. It is one of my favorite paintings. It reminds me of an era when people had more time for elegance, for leisure, for each other. Maybe that’s just a fantasy I have created in my own mind. But I like to think that in our fast paced world, there is still time enough for living.
Day 329 – Sweetest Day – my dear friend’s mother passed away today. She was a wonderful lady who loved her family more than anything else. It was a blessing to know her.
I’m With Stupid
Day 320 – This is what I imagine Joe Biden was writing on his paper during the Vice Presidential debate this evening.
My Only Sunshine
Day 299 – My only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are gray. You’ll never know dear how much I love you. Happy Birthday sweet prince!
Day 294 – Celebrating our son’s birthday a few days early with family. Since he does such a good Bane impression, we thought this would be a good quote for his cake.