The colors and canal and lovers of Burano, Italy. OK- huggers, but I thought it made for a good shot.
Burano Bicycle. A photo I took last spring when we were staying in Venice on the European part of our trip around the world. Someone recommended we make the water bus ride out to [...]
We’re on countdown, again. One week today before our departure when we lose ourselves in wandering; resuming our interrupted trip around the world.
I’ve been practicing some wildlife photography, and decided I really need a better lens. My Tamron super zoom with a teleconverter is just not very crisp.
This time is different, a blend of [...]
A Tom Turkey, Showing Off
We sat as a family the other day, feasting on roast turkey and apple-sausage dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie and ice cream. The meal that whispers of family and tradition through the smells and tastes we’ve experienced in November of every year, for a lifetime. The scent of [...]
Some things are better left unknown beforehand. I had little idea how painful Marlie’s leg surgery would be. What we’d imagined to be an outpatient morning experience turned into two full days and two difficult nights in the hospital. It is alarming to see your child screaming in pain and not be able to do [...]
Marlie taking a little break on Honey earlier this fall.
I’ve recently been reading a book by John Higham called 360 Degrees Longitude. I ‘met’ John on Facebook via another blogger. He and his wife made a trip around the world with their children a few years ago; their older child was the [...]