Monthly Archives: October 2014

I’ve always liked going to cemeteries.  I visit one of the local cemeteries once or twice a year just to photograph it.  I walk through picking up garbage the wind has brought in, removing twigs, uprighting flowerpots and figurines and ripping overgrown grasses.  I don’t walk where I shouldn’t walk.  I tread quietly.  Respectfully.  And every […]

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This was the first year I went on the River Trip.  I am not a seasoned camper and I do not enjoy fishing.  To say I ‘do not enjoy fishing’ is an understatement – I am actually afraid of fish.  Afraid of fish like some people are afraid of spiders or snakes.  So imagine my […]

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Do you remember bringing home your baby?  Do you remember playing with his fingers and toes?  Rubbing his little tiny head or stroking his eyelashes as he slept?  I don’t.  And I don’t have any photos to help me remember, either.  But these new parents do.  It’s too easy to forget how small they once […]

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A usual afternoon when the little one wanted a tub.  The pup was curious.  I thought I’d get a few cute photos of her sitting and watching by the tub, maybe getting lucky and stealing a toy or two.  She was more curious than I expected.  I should have known. As much as I would have […]

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