I came across a picture on my Facebook memories today. It's a black and white photo. The focus is water sprinkling out of a hose, held by my daughter, wearing her black combat boots with pink laces. This is one of my favorite pictures. The composition of the photo is on point. The rule of… Continue reading Childlike Happiness
Friday is upon us once again. I am not sure if it came as a surprise this week, or if it was a long waited upon day. This week has been a wonky one, it has been long and short in the same kind of a weird way. Regardless, I am looking forward to the… Continue reading Cheeseburgers and Happiness
I found myself smiling last night. Was it because I was driving in the car that I bought recently that I feel super safe in, perhaps. Or was it because I just finished crafting with my friend, making ornaments for our Christmas trees, possibly. I was heading home to my home, which is my safe… Continue reading If you are happy and you know it…
You question what it is. Is it a really good day? The art of coming out of the dark? The fact that I’m starting to feel better? Getting joy out of existence. Taking in each part of every day, living in it and loving it. Am I paying too much attention? Overanalyzing? Combing through the… Continue reading Just a good day or something more?
In 1982 a movie called Annie was released. It was about a little red headed girl, Annie, who lives in an orphanage. There was a song that she sang while in the orphanage that would help her on the days where she was feeling down. Below are some of the lyrics: The sun'll come… Continue reading The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow
Prior to the temperatures hitting the 90’s towards the end of this week, we ventured out this weekend on an adventure. Well, it was an adventure for me. Unbeknownst to me, the hike that I was embarking on would be a twelve (12) mile round trip hike with more elevation gain than I have ever… Continue reading Communing with Nature: Fossil Creek
It’s been nearly six months since I sat in the hair stylist chair. My hair has grown quite a bit and it, in my opinion, resembles that of a poodle that was washed and dried with high heat. My hair is large and in charge. Like a mane of a lion. It’s thick and wavy… Continue reading Michelle’s Makeover
Saturday night we had the pleasure of spending the afternoon and evening with just our teenage son as our daughter was at a friend’s house. Since it was just the three of us, we were trying to decide what we wanted to do that we normally don’t do when the whole family is together. As… Continue reading Strike!
There is something about the weekends that cause me to fantasize about Saturday and Sunday starting as early as Monday morning. And that makes me wonder what is it about the weekends that makes them so incredibly desirable. Is it that, for the most part, that we can sleep in? That we don’t have to… Continue reading Living for the Weekend