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(Almost) Wordless Wednesday

I personally, don’t fair so well when it’s very cold outside and I do even worse when it’s very hot. Guess that makes me kinda wimpy. It’s been so hot over the past three days that I am convinced there has been some permanent melting to synapses within my brain. When I came across this photo that I took at the Garfield Park Conservatory a couple years back, the cool water droplets actually made be feel a sense of relief....

(almost) Wordless Wednesday: Comfort

Recently, the Hubs and I were host to a temporary house guest, Biscuit the Happy Hound. Though a very gentle pup and quite the old man (he’s 13), he was a bit restless in his new surroundings until he happened upon his familiar teddy bear from home. After he found it, it wasn’t long before he was snuggled in for a long nap in his temporary home away from home. Biscuit reminds me of myself. I love to travel, but...

(almost) Wordless Wednesday + Creative Challenge Day 3

It’s Day 3 of my haphazard Creative Challenge and I am using my Wordless Wednesday photo as an entry in this week’s Finagle a Foto contest whose theme is “Reflection”. I was on a photo safari with friends in Milwaukee, WI when I spotted this reflection in an office window after hours. It sort of reminds of an empty seat waiting in heaven and unlike the Husb or boyfriend, God never forgets to give you roses (hokey, I know). Anywho,...

(Almost) Worldless Wednesday… Lovely Little Water Lilies

“I think that the best kind of change, is the change that comes from the inside and begins it’s way out until it emerges on the outside; a change that is born underneath then continues and spreads until it has reached the surface. That’s a true change. A powerful change. And I have found that while we are emerging, changing into something glorious; it is actually us becoming who we really are. A water lily is born underneath the water,...

(almost) Wordless Wednesday… Stairways to___?

I often wonder if I am on the right path… creatively, spiritually, or with my career and relationships. I like to think of myself as going up, even when it’s clear, that I am sometimes careening downward straight into whatever is below me. So, I thought I’d share some photos of stairways that I have come upon in my travels. Those engineering marvels that support us and provide a path to take us higher than we could ever get on...