Changing Seasons – Mixing It Up In March

Though I rarely do challenges I thought this one would be something I could do and it also gave me an opportunity to play with my new camera. Changing Seasons is a monthly… Continue reading

A Bird’s Eye View

I have been playing around with my new camera, still shooting on automatic and while I was at a friend’s house I decided to try getting some shots of pelicans from a high… Continue reading

Listen to Your Mother – San Francisco

It’s official! I’ll be performing at the Listen to Your Mother show in San Francisco on May 6th! I had submitted a humorous essay last year but was too ill to audition for… Continue reading

House Project – A New Look

                             

House Project – We’re Back in Business

It’s been some months since we gave any report on the Chicago Ave. house project. Various life detours and projects had put that on the back burner but now we’re cooking again. The… Continue reading

Changing Season’s – February

It’s almost the end of February and I have scarcely had any time to take photos for the monthly photo challenge Changing Season’s. I’ve been looking forward to doing this challenge because I… Continue reading

Grandma’s Beach – Achieving a Milestone and a Thank You

This week’s activities have produced a variety of emotions… ending in excitement, joy and even relief! Why is it that seemingly simple things seem to be the hardest to do? The roadblocks seem… Continue reading

Celebrate LOVE – each and every day!:-)

Originally posted on my virtual playground:
Love is like a road that you have to figure out and to travel with no map or GPS… 🙂 It’s not a “ready to wear” dress…

Backyard Field Trip – Washington Oaks State Park

I decided to take an impromptu field trip to explore some tide pools not far from my home. There were also some gardens turned state park just across the road and thought they’d… Continue reading

Changing Season’s – January

I have hesitated to do this photo challenge mainly because Florida’s climate does not vary much and we really don’t have traditional seasons. But I was curious to see whether there was much… Continue reading