I hope this post finds everyone well. I am taking a blog break for the rest of March and plan on resuming regular Priorhouse posts in April when Becky’s Squares begin. Looking forward to it!
The next photos for my check in post are from a few years ago. This was a day we had a refreshing change of scenery and so I am connecting with Wandering Dawgs for the Lens-Artist Challenge with this flashback. You see , I helped my mother make the drive up north (when she used to still make the drive, now she only flies). Anyhow, on this day in June, we happened to be driving on the longest day of the year.
The colors were beautiful, the drive was smooth (no traffic, good weather, etc.). At times, it was a bit surreal driving into what felt like the length of a very long day where darkness seemed like it would never arrive. We drive through an Indian reservation, a ski resort area, and we saw an owl drop down into a tree
Most of our road trips over the years have been great. However – a couple of them have been terrible. Like the miserable drive to Jasper, Georgia one year. Blah! So this special trip – with a great change of scenery and such beauty was a bit of a gift. The visual beauty – but also the chatting, laughing, and stopping for food and stretching. And then having it be this elongated day makes me still SMILE to think of it (linked to Trent’s weekly smile).
Some music from an awesome guy I worked with back in the 1990s- a great musician – Jeffrey Rose – and the hubs and I enjoyed the release party for this CD back in 1997 – check out his tasty piano music:
Here is a page from one of the books I read last fall. I love the idea of our minds developing wings.
Okay, that is all for my check in.
Thanks to BB and Marsha for checking in on me. And sorry to “ghost” on ya – hahah
See you in early April to join in with the Square Photo Challenge – when the Life of B gets that going.
Do you have any takeaways from your current capturing, writing or reading?
Anything else going on?