The blooming of daffodils, along with the availability of the vaccine, brings hope …
The Senate Campaign is over, and while I did not win the day in this deep red district, it was an incredible experience! The campaign was honest about the issues that impact every single person, every single day and we did not engage in negative dialogue. I’m proud of that and also that people have told me that they are encouraged and in fact, inspired to get involved. That was one of my goals: to inspire folks to get involved in civics and government!
And NOW! I can get back into photography, travel, and the motorcycle!
Happy Easter and Belated Passover to all who celebrate, and for those who don’t, Welcome Spring (in the Northern Hemisphere!).
Forgive me, Word Press Friends, for I have sinned. It has been 6 months since I last posted.
Okay, so it’s not really a sin, but it sure has been awhile! I also realized that I never finished posting about our Pacific Coast Highway Tour … someday I’ll get to it!
I’ve managed to keep up with some of you through Monochromia and others of you through Zoom.
The rest of you, I have missed, and I assume you’ve all been posting regularly. How ARE you? What are you doing to keep occupied during this CoVid Crisis?Please share a link in the comments of a post that you would like me to read that will let me catch up on your life and health!
Here in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the East Coast of North America, we have had tons of rain, and unlike many who have suffered in drought, the rain has allowed the ferns, flowers, and trees to bloom in abundance! While I still see patients everyday in my Women’s Health / OB / Gyn Office, I am no longer traveling. This time at home has given me opportunity to photograph some of the beauty right in my own backyard.
The flowers and trees are not rare varietals, but they sure make me happy.
Of course, Daffodils
Dogwood – the first photo in this post is a Dogwood as well
And … some grocery store Tulips
As I told Joe, this time with my camera has started me thinking about upgrading my gear. Time to do some research!
Our May wedding has been postponed to September. Fingers crossed we can proceed.
And I have found time for the bike, although not near enough!
Thus far, family and friends are healthy. Living in a less than dense area has kept those that I love free from CoVid-19.
Again, please share in the comments how you are doing or link to a recent blog post that would update me on how you are doing!
You’ve heard it before … I miss you all, and I’m trying to get back into regular posting. Until then, I’m going to share my photos from Monochromia.
Believe it or not, I save all of the email notifications from your blogs. Someday soon (I hope) I’ll be visiting!
As I walked into the kitchen the other day, I saw the fading blooms on what had been a bright yellow fall mum. Past it’s prime, the blooms still drew my eye and my camera.
The demands of new job and civic work will continue to interfere with my ability to post more than a single image for the next few weeks. Soon though, I’ll be back on track, and until then, I thank you for being here even if I don’t get over to your place.
In the meantime, for those in the US, please make sure you make a plan to vote, and then be sure to follow that plan.
Frightening days, indeed.
Just a few more shots from the Flower Seller at the Farmers Market.
Visit Monochromia to see this first image in B&W. Do you have a preference?
Next time I’ll bring my camera!
What is it about sunflowers that make us happy?
My sister and I spent a few hours in downtown Roanoke this past Saturday while waiting on my motorcycle to get it’s 10,000 mile check.
Breakfast. Exploring the Farmers Market. Just being silly.
In addition to all that goodness, I found out that it was the Voltage Regulator that was draining my bike battery. Problem Solved!
It was a beautiful ride home! Next time I’ll bring the camera!