Since this week’s photo challenge is companionable, I decided to post this image of hubby and his twin sister. What better companion than a twin? Of course I didn’t take this photo. I wasn’t even on the planet yet – LOL!
According to them, they’re about three years old here and I just think it’s one of the cutest pictures I’ve ever seen.
Make a comment below and share with all of us what you think they’re thinking. Personally, I’m guessing that they’re mulling over something mischievous … Namaste’
It’s a rare sight around here to be able to photograph the sun. There was just enough cloud cover last night to let it shine through without burning my eyes (I hope). Today is all about indoor activities, like cleaning out some files, because we’re supposed to hit 113 or higher today.
I heard that Las Vegas, where it will be even hotter than us, has set up temporary cooling stations around the city and in Henderson. Bravo for you guys! It might save some folks from heat stroke, especially the homeless. Stay cool … namaste’
A good friend of ours who lives in San Francisco sent me this video the other day. I just now had a chance to watch it and decided to share it with all of you, especially my readers who have never been here.
I think each part of this beautiful planet has its own special power and places that, when we view them, take our breath away. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. May it bring you a few peaceful moments.
Thank you, dear Anne, for sharing this with all of us. Right now, with the excessive heat we have here, I would love to be in my favorite city by the Bay. Send a little of that bay fog over to us here in the desert … please ❤ Namaste’
It’s that time of year in the Old Pueblo when the lizards come a-callin’ and this one tried to hide from me but I got the shot anyway. Daisy usually patrols the perimeter and somehow missed this one (she was probably napping), or she would have chased it down. He’s hanging on the wall with both of his left legs. A bit of an acrobat if you ask me 🙂 I wish I could have got his head in the image but I had the feeling if I moved closer, he’d be out of there.
So much going on today; so many feelings and emotions. Maybe it’s the Summer Solstice, but let’s just take a moment to send light and love from our hearts to the hearts of all other beings on our beloved planet. That’s it – close your eyes and beam love out for just 10 seconds. Thanks!
The weekly photo challenge is pretty appropriate for me today. My little friend that was here last weekend has come back. It seems to like to hang out on our pool fence. How it can hang there I just don’t know, but I watched and it kept landing there again and again. So of course I asked it to stay long enough for me to get another photo. I’ve decided to name this little fella “Tude.” Short for gratitude. Maybe it’s a female. How would I know? But for my purposes, it’s name is Tude. Click the photo to see Tude larger.
So the world through my eyes today includes Tude. Did I tell you that last weekend I asked for rain and got it? And then it stopped so I went outside again and said, “oh no, this isn’t enough. I want more. I love the smell of it and my plants all need nature’s water.” The universe obliged and it started pouring. Strange but true. Ask and ye shall receive.
My mantra these days is “wouldn’t it be nice if … (fill in the blank)? Namaste’
Hope all the Dads out there had a wonderful Father’s Day. Someone once told me that every child needs a champion and, in most cases, it’s Dad. Oftentimes, though, in the case of divorced families, Mom has to be Dad and Mom both, so if that’s you, Mom, I salute you. I know what that feels like. So to all of us Moms who had to be Dads, too … celebrate your masculine side and I say Happy Father’s Day to you.
It rained here on Saturday and I was so excited. A good rain, too. Not some piddly excuse for it where we get only about 20 drops. It was great!
Today’s image is that of a new friend I found in our back yard. Saturday and Sunday it was just cruisin’ around and landing on the pool enclosure every once in a while. So I asked it ever so nicely if it wouldn’t mind staying put while I ran into the house for my camera. It kindly obliged and this is the image I got. First time I’ve ever seen a red dragonfly. At least I think that’s what it is 🙂 Namaste’
I haven’t seen it since yesterday, but I do hope it comes back to visit.
Sometimes I participate in the WordPress weekly photo challenge; sometimes I don’t. But this week was pretty easy. The subject is curves – not mine – that’s for sure 🙂
The first image is of a downtown parking structure. Made me kind of dizzy just to look at it. There is no digital enhancement to this photo. I think I must speak to the city planning commissioner about this 🙂
The next image is also from my archives, of a wall inset that I found one day while walking down the hall where my mom lives. I just thought it would look nice as a pencil sketch.
The final image is one of a life-size stone statue that I found one day in front of a convenience store. It makes me feel peaceful to look at it so I had it enlarged and framed in my home. Namaste’
This video of Glenn Beck absolutely resonates with me, which is why I’m posting it. Some people like what he stands for; some don’t and that’s OK. It sure seems that he’s had an epiphany, as so many others are having of late.
His vocal cords are paralyzed temporarily so you won’t hear him speaking. He just uses written messages. I was amazed and brought to tears. I admire him for baring his soul like this. Namaste’
From the archives today, I found this shot of “The Boys of Vegas.” Well, technically, they all live in Henderson, a suburb of Las Vegas.
I sure enjoyed photographing them when hubby and I visited his twin sister, Carryl, and her husband a couple of years ago. She’s a pet sitter and all of these guys were in her charge while we were there. From left to right, there’s Jazz, Jake (her dog who passed away recently), Buddy and Deuce.
When we lived in close proximity to Carryl several years ago, our dogs would get so excited when we said, “Auntie Carryl is coming over.” They would run to the front door and wag their tails until she arrived. If I was a canine, I would want Auntie Carryl to take care of me for sure 🙂
I think the “Boys of Vegas” is the perfect description for them. Namaste’