Archive for May, 2007

uh,oh ….Headed back to Philly

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

There is another conference in Philadelphia this Friday and Saturday. I imagine there will be a ‘run’ up the steps to the Museum of Art on Saturday morning. I won’t have Sheli along to narrate my assent to the top of the stairs. Oh well.
Melissa will be with the Doc and me. Melissa will probably run…. I’ll probably walk very fast. LOL

New Camera!

Tuesday, May 29th, 2007

For Mothers’ Day, my dear sweet children gave me a digital camera!
Now I can capture all the crazy, mundane, or fabulous stuff I want
and post it on this site. 🙂
The sun and sky were busy with one of their wonderful displays last evening so I grabbed my new ‘toy’ and headed out.
That sunset is reflected in the garage doors in the following photo.
The wisteria is doing its thing. I wish I could describe the wonderful aroma that plant is sending out to all the birds and bees.
Through the open window in the dining area we can enjoy it , too!

The following photo is of the iris and lilies that Milton gave to me a couple of years ago. they are enhanced in the early evening light. The peonies are there , too. They are waiting their turn to put on a display.

Birthday trip to Kate’s

Friday, May 25th, 2007

North Carolina was lovely last week end, especially in Clayton. The weather could not have been nicer.
The company was superb. The hosts were gracious. A good time was had by all.


Saturday, May 12th, 2007

We are really going to miss you!

Up Before the Sun

Friday, May 4th, 2007

I was up even earlier this morning.
Caught the moon reflecting off the bay.
I hope you can see it in this format.

Kate,Not too many waves this morning, either!

Good Morning Sunshine!

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

Sun rise at 1150 Anthony Road.
The sparkle to the right of the photo is Roger Williams University. The Mount Hope bridge is to the left.
What a gorgeous view when you awake.

I’m seeing the sun today

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

And it looks fab.
Guess I’ll take the dog for a walk.

Through the eyes of the beholder.

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007

We do not see things as they are.

We see them as we are.