Hello, first day of summer! You are welcomed as a long lost friend. I love your blue skies, fragrant flowers, fresh, colorful fruits and vegetables, and—SUNSHINE! After a long, dreary Spring, I look forward to the end of the school year. I work at a public high school, so I really cherish having time to putter around the house tending to long neglected chores, working in my garden, visiting friends –I love it all! If only I could get to the beach!!! It’s not in the cards this year! Maybe a little trip to the hills of northern Arkansas if I’m lucky!
I did a little shopping today—scored a couple of bargains at T. J. Maxx—I bought some Sketcher slip on shoes and sparkly starfish earrings—it must have something to do with my wistful longing for the beach!!!
I ran a few errands in preparation for my trip to Alabama later this week to visit my mother. She will be moving soon to a dementia unit where she will get more individualized care as the Alzheimer’s Disease progresses. My oldest daughter and her family will go with us to visit Grandma, so my sister is going to be deluged with house visitors! We will make some time for fun!
I stumbled upon a great site earlier this evening that I wanted to share. I found it via http://www.quintessenceblog.com. The June 20th post features the Samuel Owen Gallery in Greenwich, CT. and their current exhibit of Romanian photographer, Roberto Dutesco. For 14 years, Dutesco has been photographing the wild horses of Sable Island off the coast of Nova Scotia. The exhibit is: Chasing the Wild by Roberto Dutesco I hope some (ALL) of you will take the time to follow the link and watch the short video because it is so beautiful and amazing!
Just look at these AWESOME photographs!
Hubby got some new lenses for his camera for Father’s Day! I’m sending him over to Belgian Meadows farm (where son got married almost two years ago), to photograph the magnificent horses there! They may not be Dutesco photographs of the wild horses of Sable Island, but they will be amazing to me!