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I reached – and surpassed – my Camp NaNoWriMo word count goal. That makes me a winner.
I’m as busy as a bee in a bluebonnet field, working to win Camp NaNoWriMo. I can see the finish line dancing on the horizon.
All of my spare writing minutes have been devoted to my Camp NaNo project, so the blog has suffered. However, I thought I would share this delicate beauty from my last trip to the Dallas Arboretum. I think it’s an … Continue reading
I needed a little alone time today, so I loaded up my camera gear, grabbed a notebook and schlepped into the city. My destination? The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, of course. I spent this beautiful spring Sunday meandering through … Continue reading
After a hair-raising week capped off by an unwelcome visit from old man winter, I think a little color is in order. Enjoy.
Another gorgeous weekend is so close I can almost reach out and touch it.
Flowers aren’t the only thing flourishing in the warm spring air. So are the creepy crawlies. Here are a few I came across this weekend.
One of my favorite annual events at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is Dallas Blooms. For one month each spring, the gardens are transformed into a variable sea of color. Tulips and daffodils, narcissus and cherry blossoms burst forth … Continue reading
Springtime in Texas can mean only one thing: Bluebonnets! Enjoy.
I have been sitting here all morning avoiding my WIP by sifting through some old photos I shot last spring. I can’t wait for everything to bloom again. Here are few of the more interesting ones. Enjoy. The bee is … Continue reading
This little guy gave me quite the start the other day when he suddenly appeared on my windshield as I maneuvered through evening traffic. He held on the entire drive home, and he was kind of enough to pose for … Continue reading
I tend to get a tad behind on my outdoor chores – well, most of my chores – during the Spring. I intend to plant as soon as the threat of frost has past, but it never works out that … Continue reading
This week I learned… …that sometimes being a responsible adult sucks. It’s that time of year again when everything converges and there just isn’t enough hours in the day to get it all done. There’s certainly no time to do … Continue reading
Just because they make me smile.
While I was out playing hooky this weekend, I happened to catch this little guy taking a refreshing dip in the fountain in front of Frisco City Hall.
I have spring fever. It’s closing in on the end of another semester, the weather is beautiful, and I have a swanky new camera that calls to me. Sure, I know that I should use what little free time I … Continue reading
Every spring for the last six years, a single lily in my back garden pushes up through the warming ground, reaching skyward toward the sun. Every year it tries to grow tall; every year it fails. I don’t know why, … Continue reading
All through middle school, I lived in a small rural village in Western Germany called Börsborn. It was an idyllic place that shaped my early adolescence and gave me a lifetime of memories to cherish. One of my favorite memories: … Continue reading
It’s spring time in Texas. That means fields and fields of glorious Texas Bluebonnets. In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been out to take photos in my favorite field. Flipping through the fruits of my labor, I discovered a … Continue reading
I’ve discovered that I am falling in love with photography. I am still trying to figure it all out, but here are few from the last week…