september 26, 2018

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“Today I will do what others won’t, so tomorrow I can what others can’t.” ~ Jerry Rice

 

tate modern love (snapseed)

 

Jen and Jon Reynolds continue to spoil me with kindness. Knowing I adore books and postcards and photographs, they shower me constantly with all three. Just this week I received this cool postcard from their recent trip to the United Kingdom. If you’ve never been to London (England not Kentucky) you should definitely go. And if you’ve never been to the Tate Modern Museum in London, you absolutely should go there. It’s where this gorgeous photo of David Bowie taken by Linda McCartney lives. I love everything about London (England not Kentucky) including the Tate. It’s yet another thing The Reynolds’ and I have in common. I heart them.

october 7, 2015

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“Buddha kindness should become the natural way of life, not the exception.”
~ Gautama Buddha

 

coming together
coming together

 

Details for the exhibit have finally come together. Late this afternoon, the date of the reception and the postcards (above, front and back) were finalized. I posted the postcard image on Facebook and was blown away by the response. The support of the church, my friends, my family, my co-workers, acquaintances, even friends on facebook whom I’ve never had the pleasure of meeting in person: they’re all showing such great support for the work, and for me personally, that I’m speechless. What a blessing this life has been.

january 29, 2012

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Buddha, I want to have your peace…your wisdom, your serenity, your divine nature AND your acorn hat! Love, Squirrel.

self portrait (Snapseed and Color Splash)

I’ve been quite busy this weekend. Among other things to be done was errands. That’s when I realized I hadn’t captured today’s photo. First came the self-portrait – I’m sure customers in Kroger’s parking lot thought I was nuts – and, as is often the case in Lexington, I sat at a red light long enough to take the other. It’s Lexington’s first double crossover diamond intersection. An ingenious idea, though I might be the only person who thinks so…well, me and the engineer who dreamed it up.

My kingdom for three day weekends every week!

postcards from the intersection (Snapseed)