As we come to end of the Winter season and the beginning of Spring. The transition has already begun here in the Pacific Northwest. The birds are chirping early morning, the blooms are developing color. A sincere farewell to the beauty of the Winter season.
A day of dread and envy or love and celebration. Can there be a third option, being a believer in love, but not get caught up in the marketing ploys of cards, flowers, and chocolates. I offer a different perspective on Valentines day; I prefer dr. suess to cheesy poems, colorful tulips to the traditional roses, and…
Tis that time of year; love in chocolates, love in pinks and reds, love in words. It’s love in the aisle.
def: a small trivial article usually intended for ornament, the knickknack, the Christmas knickknack.
The one, the only Trader Joes. With a store located in my neighborhood of Capitol Hill, I can have a Trader Joe’s Christmas http://www.traderjoes.com/index.asp
One word can leave a big impression. The shape of a heart, yet another impression. From it’s start over a century ago, these candies stay current to today’s culture. Phrases such as “email me” and “got love?” ring true to today’s dialogue. This conversation candy will be sure to leave a sweet response.
It will be mid- February in less than week. The 14th is upon us, so stock up on all those sugary sweets that could show love, may provide a sugar high, and will add unnecessary calories to your day.
Snow day! Part 2 of 2 part series A snowy day in Lancaster,Pennsylvania. For many a day off. I decided on a spontaneous photo shoot. Capturing the city homes covered in white, slush on the roads, ice covered leaves, and frozen branches.
Snow day! Part 1 of 2 part series As a kid, I would wait for the days of the Winter season. I would wait in great anticipation as the local weatherman called for a Winter storm. On the weekday mornings, I would watch the news as the school delays/closings would be featured on a scroll…