Idaho snow and mental health woe. These are a few of my least favorite things!
Been dabbling in baking quick bread lately. Quick breads tend to be easy, inexpensive, fun to make, and provide days worth of homemade breakfast and snack items. A couple of weeks ago I made banana pineapple bread...
Not everyday on earth has to be exciting and action-packed. Some days are just filled with the usual stuff. Waking, eating, writing, cooking, watching some TV, and hanging out with the homies (literally, the people at home 😂).
Driving through the American South: billboards, BBQ, Jefferson Davis, and confederate flags.
A drive through the state of Georgia and visiting the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial in Atlanta.
I love to travel outside of the US and see new places. However, I also like coming home and seeing this...
I can't go anywhere and not keep an eye out for beautiful flowers. Trinidad is teeming with them but stopping to take a few photos isn't always easy.
Finally, I was able to get out of Orlando for a while. Monday prior I left America for Trinidad and Tobago. Locals here simply refer to it as TT or sometimes Trinbago. Let me tell you, this is a horrible and most wretched county to travel to! Just stop if you’re planning to come here. … Continue reading Not in America anymore, Toto
Fuscia Pink Garden Rose - JoAnn Ryan - Orlando. FL Is there anything better than a rose? Yes, of course there is... lot's of roses. All these photos were taken right in the backyard where I live. I can't take credit for their cultivation though. That is my landlady's doing. Currently, I live in a … Continue reading Moody Monday: Garden roses, mental health and Florida living
Several years ago now I attended some kind of writing thing at a library in the little town of Oviedo, Florida. Afterwards, as I exited the library and was walking to my car, I noticed some chickens wandering around the library grounds. The grounds are lovely by the way, leafy, grassy and laden with towering … Continue reading Wacky Wednesday: Chickens at the library and the Econlockhatchee River