A summer Sunday morning, a cup of coffee, fresh apple pancakes before church: I'm very grateful for small moments with family and friends.
Whenever I'm outside the birds drop by to see what is happening. This little guy was soooo curious. I can set up tripods and all sorts of fancy things to take their photos but that just doesn't work. When it's just me and the dogs, they appear. If I pull the camera out, they are [...]
For some reason unknown to me, this photo reminds me of the song Summer Breeze sung (years ago) by Seals and Croft. Here are the opening lyrics just in case you remember it. See the curtains hanging in the window In the evening on a Friday night A little light a-shining through the window Lets [...]
I have been doing some light renovation work at the cottage and yesterday decided it was time to take a break. A contractor, who had been helping me, backed into my new mailbox and left it begging to be moved and relocated to some place not so vulnerable. Since moving in, I have [...]
When you live in the city, especially a city like Atlanta, you see the green of summer. No doubt about that. But here there are layers of summer green that can only be enjoyed by being here. Speaking of that: Have you "loved" your north Georgia mountains lately?
Just a relaxing week. There's no place that I have to be and nothing that I "have" to do, which means an adventure could be on the horizon! However, it won't happen via the train. This photo was taken this evening while Cocoa and I were out and about for a sunset drive.
I thought you would enjoy this scene taken at sunset yesterday. Even in rural northeast Georgia we like to show that we are proud to be Americans! I also was reminded of the extreme sacrifice made by our soldiers fighting on a foreign beach in France so that we can enjoy the freedom we have [...]
When I left Atlanta a year ago, I talked my Mom into giving me around 20 Daylilies from her garden. After I had begged and pleaded to get them, I didn't plant them immediately. Crazy thing is that they almost didn't get planted at all. In fact, I think it was the first of winter [...]