I had been trying to get a photo of the rain in the distance (top), but then it started pouring right on top of me, so I took my big camera inside. I came back out in the rain with my phone, but the photo I wanted to get was gone. This was nice, though (bottom)! It had been pouring rain in the distance, but then it cleared up and there was a weird light from the setting sun filtering down from above the clouds in the east.
It’s been so long since I used my big camera that I nearly forgot how.
Thomas is my little barnacle. Wherever I am, and whatever I’m doing, he’s right there, “helping.”
From the third floor of the library:
From the ground, while walking to my car:
All of that drama (and wind!), and we only got about three drops of rain from it. It cooled off, though, which was nice.
I looked out the patio window and saw a giant eyeball looking through the gap in the privacy fence. The deer are brazen!
Act I: We creep on the neighbors while holding our stuffy. Mustn’t put the precious down.
Act II: We’re tired of staff’s nonsense and are retiring to our napping lounge with our stuffy.
I hate working Fridays, but I’m glad I didn’t miss that beautiful sunrise.
It’s the perfect day for a nap.
There’s a bed full of echinacea next to our loading dock. I love walking by it every morning.
I deadheaded some day lilies while out back with the dog. They bled red on my hands, so I thought they would make a pretty flower pounding page in my journal. And they did! But it turns out that the rich brick red color of the petals becomes purple and orange, when pounded. Who knew?