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.
These little weeds are like the hallmark of my childhood. I remember picking them, running through them, running away from them when they were harboring bees.
Down in the Inland Empire they are everywhere. And it brings the warm fuzzies when I see them…still. :)
I’ve been told I’m a very expressive person. Those that know me can tell my mood even through texts, which I find crazy. But I’m called out on it all the time.
My faithful friends, I’m sure that you can also see my moods since I post everyday.
I want to apologize for letting the darkness I’ve been feeling come through to you. Just hang in there, please. Like they say [insert any cliche saying about lighting up here].
Seriously, thanks for sticking around. It means a lot to me. :)
The sun with some bare naked trees.
(Ansel edit, camera plus app)
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 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+)
…you know, chill together on a power line.
Yarn. Crochet hooks. Patterns. dc, sc, ch.
This will be my life until Christmas.
And I’m loving it!! I keep finding more and more things I want to make!
I dig how the fallen leaves dress up the ground.
…she’s still precious and sweet.
My little Flannery.