I have not forgotten you. You find me in strange circumstances. Recently, we have had the confluence of two unusual events: my phone photo/video storage reached it’s capacity and then while I was working on that issue, my 88 year old mom fell and broke her knee.
So I have been hanging out at mom’s house to help her out. But she doesn’t have internet. (I know!!!) So blog responsibilities took a back seat to real life responsibilities. But I believe I can move forward in this way: I need to delete a bunch of photos that I am not likely to keep, but I think are beautiful, nonetheless. So I will share them with you all and then delete them from my phone, to make space for more photographs to share with you all! Sound okay?
So the minimalist in me does not feel obligated to save these photos for eternity, though I did enjoy them for a moment or two.
Hopefully, I will have worked out the bugs in the system and mom will be upright on her own two knees soon.
I realized this is the second kind of lame post in a row. The bathroom tile/grouting project is time consuming and I can really only work on it when my son is visiting at his dad’s because there is no second bathroom to use while work is underway.
In the meantime, I amuse myself with small projects I can knock off in an hour our two. Here is one from this past week.
All that took was a bit of vinegar, a toothbrush and some elbow grease.
And it makes me happy every time I cross the threshold.
PS. I did not get the house that I made the offer on, so back to the property search.
I’m taking a brief vacation in Wisconsin to visit my daughter. We are doing typical vacation things: a visit to the art museum, renting a canoe and paddling around Lake Yahara, buying fruit, pastries and gifts at the local farmers’ market.
Yesterday, there were two manifestations from the vision board:
Staring at me from a greeting card in the art museum gift shop-the bunny in the center of my vision board.
The second manifestation was on Lake Yahara. It was a reflection of light and clouds on the waves. You will just have to trust me on this one as I did not take my camera on the boat.