Yesterday was such a weird day. To use a burnt out cliche…such an emotional roller coaster.
A look back at the whirlwind of emotions I went through…most people do that within a few months. Me…one day.
I was told to keep an eye on my drama, real, imagined, thrown at me or self-inflicted.
I really don’t know what calm normality is.
When hiking up Mt. Rubidoux in Riverside most people take pictures of the people hiking. Or of the trail.
I take random tree pictures that don’t show any of the mountain or trail.
I told Flannery this is what her toes are going to look like when she’s a gramma. She giggled.
A little black and white for you. :)
When I need to clear my head or go searching for answers, I head to my church. My house of worship.
I left the sunny skies of my homestead to the overcasting coastline.
Problem this time is that what is darkening my mood can’t be shook off as easily as most things. It’s got a hold on me that, at times feels like it dissipated, then at other times slams back into me.
I know it’s temporary. And my saving graceful sea helps. The love of my family and close friends has been a gracious welcome of support. To them, I will always be eternally grateful.
The sun with some bare naked trees.
(Ansel edit, camera plus app)
In case you were wondering I *heart* writing. My Chucks say so. :)
In a crazy hectic strange day, I was still able to take a moment and enjoy this little daisy.
The photo above has no filter, it’s petals in its natural yellow and purple glory.
But then I decided to use basic filters in Camera+
I was able to sneak a photo of this tree while a passenger. Thankfully not blurry!
I couldn’t decide if I liked the 70s style better or the…
…or adding the silver gelatin filter.
My little Flannery on a blistery, breezy winter day.
(Photo edited in camera+)