My very first blog post was in 2012 and I posted regularly until late in 2018 when somehow the fullness of life and work kept getting in the way. Back when I began, the goal was to “be able to look back on my life later and remember what a fabulous one it has been”, and by fabulous I mean truly fortunate. I intended to have Life on the Bike be a journal, of photos and words.
Each year, I create a desk calendar for family, friends, and personal use, and when exchanging the 2021 calendar for 2022, I noted one thing for sure. While my eye may be the same, my technical capability has markedly improved. Even still, it was fun to go back and view the years through my lens, and that is what I want this space to be. A record of travel and personal growth. Thoughts, introspection, and life’s journey. In order to make that happen, I need to commit to blogging more regularly!
Since 2012, I have published 738 posts, yet this past year I posted just 24 times, only 3.2% of the total posts. What should my commitment be? Weekly? Two Times Monthly? Only when I travel? How do you all commit yourself to documenting your lives?
In the meantime, from my hometown to yours, Welcome to 2022! May it be a healthier, more hopeful year for all of us!
When I pulled into the parking lot, the early morning sun was shining on a simple little bush outside of my office. Frankly, I’d never really paid attention to this bush, but today it was decorated with frost and it was beautiful.
I grabbed the camera, jumped out of the truck and crouched down to take the shot.
I was excited because I’ve felt a distinct lack of time with my camera lately,
and I’ve missed the creative flow that comes when the camera is in my hand.
So, did I take a few easy shots and walk into my office with contentment? Nope.
No sooner had I gotten into position than a patient pulled up and took the one parking place that got in the way of my shot. Seriously … every other space was empty!
Cracked. Me. Up.
Welcome to 2015 everryone!
May we all learn to be flexible, to look at things from a different angle and perspective, and to find humor often.
Thanks to all of you who visit, who like or comment on my posts, and who share their lives with me. I’m so very grateful for all of you! May we all have so much goodness in our lives that we have plenty to share with those around us.