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Bah, humbug! When shopping becomes a chore

Written by on December 22nd, 2016

It’s not that I don’t like the Christmas season, I’d rather focus on the Christmas reason, you know, the why we do all of this. I’ve had the Christmases that¬†were¬†perfect, with everyone unwrapping all that they asked for, the cooked-to-perfection meal for twenty, and the decorations that could make the¬†spread in “Home and Gardens.” All [click title to read more ;)]


The Hiccup in My Brain Here's a little drivel to go with your shovel

Written by on February 25th, 2015
Pano of the portrait garden

I woke up this morning different. As always with me in February, I begin to get a little moody. I’ve always blamed it on the lack of sunshine or of being outside less¬†often. If I don’t watch myself, I begin to care less about the things that are important to me; I begin just passing [click title to read more ;)]


Nothing off the chopping block What I learned from Bill Murray

Written by on January 29th, 2015

I began running today. I’ve run plenty of other times, in fact most of my life I’ve run for recreation and leisure, but I had taken a hiatus. ¬†I run for so many reasons. Because my pants feel tight, because I feel blue or maybe I feel “blah.” I run when I feel a little [click title to read more ;)]


New camera, New Year? Five tips from Certified Professional Photographer for getting started with your new camera!

Written by on January 2nd, 2014
Get out and practice with your new camera.

Did Santa bring you a new camera for the new year? If so, I’ve got a few tips that will help you get started with capturing some great images. 1. I know it sounds lame, but open that little book that came with the camera and read at least the first chapter or so. It [click title to read more ;)]