This photo makes me want to get out the oil paints. It has a painterly quality that I really like. I do miss East-Coast azaleas…we have them in California, but they’re small and not that great.
Since we’re still sheltering at home, I’ve started going through all my photos and deleting the ones that should have been deleted years ago. Kind of kicking myself for not doing this sooner, but there’s no excuse now. There are thousands, so I’ll be at it for a while.
This little guy had to be left behind when my husband had his surgery. Six whole weeks, but we found the best pet sitter! It was true love on both sides…she sent me more than a few photos of Yuri on her lap and looking very content. It was such a relief to not have to worry about him while we were gone.
It feels like I’ve been gone for ages. Sorry about that. My husband had kidney transplant surgery (on Christmas Day no less!) and I was his caregiver. I have to say it was the most stressful and rewarding experience of my life.
And now we’re living in the times of the Coronavirus. It is surreal to think this virus is all over the world now. We are staying in as much as possible to do our part to flatten the curve. Just last night the governor of California ordered all residents to stay home.
Since I can’t do a lot of photography, I’m going to dig in the archives and offer up a photo each week that hopefully will take your mind off these challenging times, even if just for a moment.
Oh, WordPress has changed the format since I left, so I’m kind of learning as I go. I do appreciate your patience!