Before The Rain
a lot of images of flowers that I had taken over the last couple of
days, just sitting here in my computer, waiting for me to process them.
I became so caught up in some of the other things that go on in life,
that I nearly overlooked these beautiful examples of what nature can
I spent most of the day dealing with the not so pretty, not so natural, but necessary world of business and the paperwork that entails.
to get my groove back, by setting all things aside and taking an
old-fashioned nap. That hour and a half out of my schedule was just what
I needed to refresh my mind and open my eyes to the beauty that
brightens my world.
I took a look at some of my recent photographs, and realized there were
some flower pictures that with a little touch of artistry, could be works
of art. Possibly even becoming greeting cards that need no captions.
I was inspired,
and in a matter of just two or three hours, I came up with these
pictures for tonight’s blog.I really like the results and I hope you do
Next weekend, I get to go down to Richmond and play music with Leona and Marian, possibly even recording more songs for a new CD.
I get to join with millions of other people in the ‘changing of the
clocks’ routine. We’ll probably need to change them again in the fall.
changing the clocks is a small price to pay for this great life that I
live here in Redding. (Incidentally, I just now remembered to train the
dictation software to miss spell Reading, so that this California town I
live in is spelled the way they intentionally misspelled it.)
I want to
thank Marion for pointing out the spelling, after she read my last blog
post and noticed I hadn’t spelled it like the California town. Now when
I say, “Redding”, Dragon will spell it that way. (It will type Redding
now when I say ‘reading’, too. I need to watch out for that when I proof
read future posts.)
What I had for dinner, (half of them). Very tasty.
Tonight’s Relative Video;