This doesn’t have anything to do with reading. Even though reading is the best escape I can take without leaving the house. No, this is about losing myself on my laptop in a way that doesn’t involve writing. I’ve been learning how to use Photoshop, trying to get better at this art called photography. Back… Continue reading A housebound escape
Imitation is the most acceptable part of Worship. Three hundred years ago, Jeremy Collier and André Dacier wrote those words in a biography of Marcus Aurelius. More than 100 years later, Charles Caleb Colton penned the idiom that’s far more common: Imitation is the sincerest of flattery.
We had some quality time to ourselves on Monday morning. So, Bella and I headed for a great park that’s nearby, Mirabeau Springs. It’s one of my favorite places to go, especially since it’s where we got married to Top Secret Dog six months ago. The path through the main park winds past a small waterfall and… Continue reading Bella approved: Mirabeau Springs and Centennial Trail
November?!?!? November was the last time I wrote about an adventure? Shame. What’s worse is how much time I have on my hands these days. In late January, Bella and I packed up a U-Haul and moved to Spokane, Wash., to join Our American in our Happily Ever After. And I’m not allowed to work.… Continue reading Two photowalks, one week