Ha! I signed in to my WordPress for today’s Slice of Life and noticed four drafts dating all the way back to 2009! One draft from 2016 included only this … Continue Reading SOL18 Draft
Hot. Humid. 99 degrees. Summer, 1960. “Yes!” we all jumped up, ready to go. “Whoa! We’ve got to pack our lunch.” Mom reminded us. But Bette and I were already … Continue Reading SOL18 Cousins
A slice, a moment. But which one? I searched the beginning of my Google Photos and found a 2003 picture of my eldest granddaughter and me at one of her soccer … Continue Reading SOL18 Joy
My husband and I walked around our neighborhood today, chatting about the summer visit the family had all been planning, adding in the new delight: our oldest granddaughter’s marriage. Scheduling … Continue Reading SOL18 They’re Back
This is my first posting to Flickr. It was January 13, 2009. Winter was harsh and bitter; Crescent Lake froze. The hills, dotted in sage brush, looked like a frosty … Continue Reading SOL Thank You
This slice of my life flashed into my mind while reading Purviben’s Slice of Life about her reading family, and I thank Purviben for sparking this memory.
[by Sheri; see on Flickr Yesterday I chose my One Word: Story. Everyone has a story. Today, I discovered my friend Helen DeWaard’s One Word: Frames. Frames structure our ideas– … Continue Reading Stories are Frames
This week, the cold and snow arrived. Winter is my least favorite season — just because of the freezing ice so slippery and dangerous. Here the old and new lavender … Continue Reading Slice of Life Peek
Glow. The Golden Hour. This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge. Sunrise is not for me, but I did capture two sunrise pictures within the last couple of weeks, when I was … Continue Reading Slice of Life Glow
I live by gigantic. Not flowers, but Grand Coulee Dam. It is gigantic [click the link for the stats!]. It’s on a scale that our eyes can’t fathom even standing … Continue Reading Slice of Life: Scale
I’ve seen so many amazing small places where towns and cities have cared enough to create artful gardens in the midst of the hard lines of concrete and steel so … Continue Reading Slice of Life: Pedestrian
So many layers. I almost forgot to check this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge, which is LAYERS. That flat fan shape of iris leaves jumps out as a unique layer … Continue Reading Slice of Life: Layers
Have you shared your smile today? I’m smiling a lot these days. I’ve learned new things about doodling — I’ve learned about lettering and people and expressions. That’s one of … Continue Reading #21doodledays Slice of Life
We don’t need to wait. Time passes, and we can’t stop it for the wonderful happenings in our lives to continue. But “Waiting” is the topic for WordPress Weekly Photo … Continue Reading SOL Waiting
Corners. A turn, a change, an obstacle, a support. This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is corner. It’s a choice to participate, but when you know it, and you drive … Continue Reading SOL Corners
But this day we had a mission: photograph the stories whispering in the landscape around us, a landscape truly shaped by earth, air, fire, and water.