Indie, letting her light shine through
Indie, letting her light shine through
This is not the photo I had set out to find, but somehow feels more appropriate.
Seriously, my emotions are up, down, and all of the over the place. I want to stomp in my feet in utter frustration, laugh hysterically, and then curl up in a corner and cry.
All within a two hour time frame.
Seriously, it’s fucked up.
A rare sight for me to see – the moon, dipping below the horizon in the west while the sun rose in the east.
Date: February 23, 2016 7:45 a.m.
For the Weekly Photo Challenge: Rare
Sharing breakfast with the local wildlife…
xo everyone, hope you are all enjoying what is left of summer…
For the Weekly Photo Challenge:Morning
You have to love tulips, don’t you? They are always the first sign of spring here, showering the landscape with their vivid colors and promising there will be more to come.
Visit Cee to view more lovely flowers.
We were thoroughly entertained last week when we attended the local dance recital. There was everything there from little girls dressed in Scottish kilts to the high school seniors showing off their physical prowess.
She looks like she is flying, doesn’t she? Grace and agility – definitely something I admire.
I may have been sipping too much Nyquil this week, but what do you see when you look at this picture?
.(p.s. it’s a picture of water being sucked down a culvert)
In case you didn’t know, I work at a vet clinic and it is calving season right now. The days are long, unpredictable and extremely busy. It is a non-stop barrage of people patients, and phone calls. I consider myself lucky when I am able to leave work on time. It is a good thing. A much needed swift and painful slap on my ass to wake me out of my winter slumber and propel me into spring. As the snow recedes, a flood of summer projects takes its place. We are busy talking, planning and deciding on how to revamp our yard to make it more user-friendly. Will we be able to get all of this done? Not likely. But it is nice to dream 🙂
I saved a life this week. With a combination of technical skill and pure luck, I placed an IV catheter in a recumbent calf. By the end of the day, he was half up and sucking on a bottle. Let me tell you, I am feeling pretty damn great because of it. This wasn’t one of those typical moments in my life where I briefly recognize a job well done and move on. The feeling lit my whole drive home and has stayed with me all week. I feel good about what I am doing.
Days off, hubby and I are diligently repairing the basement. I will use the term “we” quite loosely here since he is the one to do most of the work. I hold the boards, close my eyes and press the button on the air nailer. I am super pleased with our progress. It is still a hoarding haven for too many useless things, but we are working on it, and that’s what counts.
It has been good to take a bit of a break from this blogosphere. It just got to the point where I was skimming through your posts just to leave my mark behind. Each of you put a lot of thought and time into your blogs and I didn’t think that it was fair, or honest, for me to scan over what you have put out. It is not a popularity contest. It is not about the numbers for me, but maintaining a certain amount of quality to relationships I have formed here. And I feel very fortunate to have met some pretty incredible people. Thank you all 🙂
Don’t you just love when you connect to a photo challenge and it takes you days to realize that you didn’t even get the name right?
Public humility is a good thing, especially if it can garner a chuckle.(?) Amazingly enough, nobody commented on it. WP, you are too polite.
In other news…
…the pace of life here has sped up substantially these last couple of weeks. Luckily, I am able to run on auto pilot. In the meantime, this blog may be set aside for some much needed R&R. (I have a fantasy of flopping my body in the bed and sleeping until noon…)
Xo WP. Hope to be back when I can think coherently…