I was looking through my photos and this one popped up. My high school class of 1966 celebrating at a class reunion in 2016 and boy did we have fun. Still happy! Still laughing! Still totally adoring each other! A whole lot of fun...as you can see.
While delivering peanut brittle into Camden we stopped for a great hamburger at SCOTT'S. Sitting beside the small white food shack was a little boy in the back of a truck, rushing Christmas. There were crowds of people standing around waiting for their lunch. Ignoring him. Spencer and I almost got out of the car and walked over, as I sat watching this child wishing someone would pay attention to him. Lifting off a side of his beard and scratching his face, perhaps out of boredom in an uncomfortable setting. Right then Leon opened the car door and we sped off. Why didn't I go over and talk to him? Why didn't I give him a chance to tell me what was going on? I'm still thinking about him.
Look what I saw on my way home. A SKELETON sitting in that little convertible ahead of me. I'm totally surprised I even got that shot after around 20 tries...and driving! I know it was not a good thing to be doing
but I thought it was so neat, celebrating my favorite holiday.
We are going to miss you, Georgie from Romania. She has been one wonderful waitress at Cuzzie's - always wearing a smile as she get orders for a number of friends. She seems to always know just who goes with who when 16-20 of us are split up, women at one table and men at another. It has been a pure pleasure seeing her each week. It's not going to be the same without you, Georgie.
I must have shown a photo like this 1000 times, but I couldn't resist tonight's sunset. The tree shadows speak volumes where the leaves will disappear and soon be bare branches sticking up all over the place. It's scenes like this I treasure. Makes me think how lucky I am to
be right here taking in this magical setting..
I should spend more time on the watercolors. I sit here and see all the places I can add more color. Put more detail in the painting. This was just a practice one
that hangs on the calendar making me see every day what I need to work on.
A few days ago we were watching the news and I looked out the patio windows.
Oh, my! I sped quickly and got the camera. This beauty created a night beyond no other in its stunning colors of orange and yellow with trees seeming to watch it descend as it quickly disappeared into nightness.
I pulled up and parked my red Prius while playing MahJongg at the library one day.
When I got out of the car I looked around and found two more red vehicles. White always used to be the popular color. Is RED taking over?
The Dallas Sullivans have arrived in Maine! Yeah! We went out to eat last night to catch up. I love it when our southern friends make it to the Bausch house.
Look at the beauty of that hosta! It's sits perfectly by the side of the house and screams pure loveliness. We got about six of these flowers from Martha and this is how they appear in our area of the world after being replanted. It's fun watching the flowers bloom as they are simply breathtaking.