Sunday, November 5, 2017

I AM THANKFUL

I looked up this morning to see 
what appeared to be 
shades of Christmas Blues 
and Silver!
...and then
I looked closer to where 
I stood and saw...
the Almost-Autumn Colors
I remember from my childhood.
I am thankful!


Tuesday, October 3, 2017

WITH ALL THAT'S SAD, REMEMBER TO LOOK UP

He is also sad over the way mankind is treating one another; it is NOT His way! He said to "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Pretty simple, huh?
Then, why not try it for a day, or maybe two?

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

MACKEREL SKY and SAGE BLOOMS

My mom used to look at the sky and say,
"Mackerel sky,
  not 24 hours dry."
                            For those of you who are unaware, it was a        particularly fitting saying, come rain or snow, on the coast of Maine where we lived several years, So, yesterday, when I saw those "mackerel skies right after I had seen the sage blooms that here, in my adopted Texas home are said to predict rain....well, I just had to scurry around to take some pictures, The most handy camera I had in a hurry was my iPhone5s, I am not one to throw around bragging rights...just well impressed with how these pictures turned out! (I was forced to replace my iPhone 4s because it appeared the battery was swelling though I'd never mistreated it in any way, so there's the good and the bad.) 

SCENIC SAGE AND SHADOWS

I HEARD SOME BUZZING!

 ...AND SOME MORE BUZZING!

SAGE BOUQUET

Thursday, June 22, 2017

MY SHARING NEIGHBOR!


My neighbor called to ask if I would like 
to come take pictures of her 
PINK HIBISCUS

before they hurriedly came and went! 
I hurriedly came,  and well...here we are!







Wednesday, June 7, 2017

GIANT RED HIBISCUS - 2017

GIANT RED HIBISCUS - COURTESY OF WEST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER (RED ROOF BUILDING) - SIMPLY DELIGHTFUL TO OBSERVE BLOWING IN TODAY'S GENTLE BREEZE.



Saturday, May 27, 2017

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE

This huge flag hung in the San Angelo, Texas, Hobby Lobby Parking Lot; I've not noticed it for some period of time   . . . I wonder . . .
Below is a link to Red Skelton's Tribute to The Pledge of Allegiance: