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Inspiration

Inspiration

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: create a mood board and photograph what inspires you.  Since I actually just cleared my desk of nearly everything in my attempt to simplify during Lent, it was fun to pull things out for a review!   Here are a few other inspirational things in my … Continue reading

Politics/When in Rome

Politics by Jen A. Grieshaber If I’m elected, I promise to work for the good of all… (especially my close friends …and my bank account) and to work to increase jobs in our hometown (unless there is a strike or picket, you know how annoying those things are!) and to provide a safe place for … Continue reading

winter wonderland

winter wonderland

It has been a wild (and beautiful) weather week here!   This post is part of a series, February Beautiful; you can also see other posts with photos. 

Icicles

Icicles

This post is part of a series, February Beautiful; you can also see other posts with photos. 

A Collect for Refugees and Immigrants

A Collect for Refugees and Immigrants

We prayed this prayer at church this morning  (from the Book of Common Prayer) – a moving plea and beautiful invitation to us all. A Collect for Refugees and Immigrants: Heavenly Father, from whom every family on earth derives its name, have mercy on all those who sojourn in this world. As you sheltered your son … Continue reading

Home

Home

I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph what “Home” is to you.  We bought our house nearly two years ago, and here’s some of what home means to me. From the outside:   On the inside, there are usually flowers on the table and some kind of fruit piled high. … Continue reading

Flowers as art (part 2)

Flowers as art (part 2)

Here are some more flower shots, taken over the past few weeks. There is a lovely roadside stand near us, and I couldn’t help but snag two gorgeous dahlias (that have been blooming on our table for nearly a week!): These were a few outside shots: Some greens, rather dramatic: Who can resist a boy … Continue reading

Teeny-tiny critters

Teeny-tiny critters

There are some really fascinating critters all about, if you take the time to look. And with my macro lens, I can’t help myself! There was much discussion in our household about this little guy: is it an insect? A tiny tadpole? A mutant? I’ve seen a few of these fuzzy ones around, and they … Continue reading