I took my Canon out for my first round of night photography for the first time at the new property a few nights ago. (It was actually the first time in a very long time I’ve had the Canon out for anything other than fast daytime shooting, in fact.) In this photo, the view is
My mom celebrated her 89th birthday on Saturday, March 10, 2018! Many of the local family celebrated her birthday with her Sunday at the Spaghetti Factory in Chesterfield. Kathy and I were not able to make it. 😦 My plan was to stop by her place on her birthday, but as usual I checked in
In my Drafts, I have a post that I started several weeks ago about Facebook. I’ll finish it up eventually, it’s one that needs a few revisions before posting. Here’s the important part of the upcoming message, for my friends, anyway: I’m not doing Facebook! I haven’t been active on Facebook in at least a
I can find no lie in this… The Media Loves Mass Shootings
Being bad feels good. Being good feels satisfying. Being both feels complete.
It’s been a while since I posted. I just took this photo with my new phone and am amazed… no editing on this shot, just a regular pano like usual. I promise I’ll be getting back into the swing of regular writing soon. Thanks for visiting!
Actually known as The Moon Room, this is my room of contemplation, reflection, and relaxation. As I work to include more writing in my day every day, this is where I hope to spend most of my writing time.
It could have been worse, but we’ve been clearing trash off the 17 acres since we moved in. Some old trash that seems like it’s been here a while. Some trash that I have photographic proof was dumped in the woods 2 days (or less) before we took ownership of the property. Until now, everything
6 months ago today Kathy and I woke up, ran through the morning routine, met our moving team and gave them a tour of the project ahead, and drove from Imperial to the Janet McAfee office in Ladue to meet up with Kathleen L., Laura D., Paulie T., and some new introductions. First, we sold
I spent the morning and early afternoon hanging out with Mom, who was released from the hospital yesterday after a 4 day stay fighting the flu. They make visitors wear masks at the hospital. We couldn’t decide if that is so the visitors don’t get sick, or so the visitors don’t bring nasty stuff to