Not much new to report here. I’ve been a little MIA this week. I have to blame HBO’s Westworld for being such an intriguing distraction.
I will be hosting Sunday Social here again this Sunday. (For the record on the Sundays where I know I will be busy IRL, I cancel Sunday Social.) I just want to make sure I can engage with my guests and not just drop a post. I will try to post a cancellation message on the Sundays that I cannot host.
For Picture FriYAY I chose some photos that Miles took on his hike at Steven’s Pass. Most of the images are from the drive up (and down). They were taken on Highway 2.
Have a wonderful weekend, I hope to see you all on Sunday.♥
I’m currently typing one-handed while holding Hayden with the other. (Please excuse typos.)
I also caught the cold that I have been dodging for weeks. Seems like everyone has been sick.
Luckily, I can still host a virtual party without serving my germs as a party favor. I hope you can attend Sunday Social this week, even just to “pop in” for a few minutes. I can’t tell you how much fun SS has been for me! If you can’t make it, don’t worry, you can stop by again next week.
The photos featured today were taken in the photogenic farmlands, and river valley of Snohomish, Washington State.
If you would like to see more of Miles’ photography you can visit his Instagram account.
I hope everyone is having a cozy winter, and you are all recovering from the bustle of the holidays. Does everyone have New Year’s Eve plans? Miles and I are going to enjoy a quiet evening at home with the kids.
I have compiled a few of Miles’ photos that he has taken this winter.
If you would like to see more of Miles’ photography please visit his Instagram account: @milesmckeephoto.
Sometimes I take things, people, places, in my life for granted. Yesterday I was looking out my window and I fell in love again with our yard. I saw the beauty of spring, and the vibrant colors that most days I ignore.
Can you see the waterfall through the blossoms? (“Waterfall” is a stretch, it’s actually a storm drain, but “waterfall” is so much more romantic.)
I was thankful that in this small part of the Earth that we inhabit, animals are able to thrive.
Can you spot one of our resident ducks in the photo below?
You’ve seen the view below in a fall photo series that I shared. Here it is in luscious spring.
Happy FriYAY. Hope you are enjoying your view today.
Last Saturday my dad and his long-time fiance Sandra, were married on a ferry-boat. This was an incredibly happy day for me because Sandra is very dear to my heart. (I really lucked out in the step-parent department.)
The ferry travels from Steilacoom and crosses part of the Puget Sound to Anderson Island.
Miles did the photography for their wedding and captured some landscape shots.
I’ve been craving Spring. My yard has been doormat with a layer of frost for the last few months. I’m yearning for some flowers.
I decided to walk around the yard and capture some evidence that Spring is coming. I added the pine tree because I never noticed how much I like it until today. I never really paid any attention to it and we have been here for four years.