If you haven’t been able to tell by my 365 project, I live a pretty simple life. I’m devoted to my family, I like simplicity and I am nonstop entertained (and sometimes overwhelmed) by these two punks.
But now that we are nearing the end of a Junior and Freshmen year, I see an empty nest looming in the distance and it makes every moment of now so very precious to me and shines a light (as it has so many times before) that these two were the very best idea my beloved and I ever had.
52/365 Georgia O’Keeffe’s old art books
Today I toured the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum to see the “Red Landscape” painting by Georgia O’Keeffe. Then I went upstairs to the Resource Center and saw some of her old art books that were found in her trunk that she left behind in Canyon, TX at the Shirley house. Here is her signature in one of those books.
#This week started off with an awesome, perfect snowflake and ended with a family movie. My life isn’t the most exciting, but it’s mine and I love it.
Here’s a look at Week 7.
41/365 Power Plant Snow
An interesting phenomena set up this morning as some of the power plants are causing something similar to lake effect snow. We have a really cold airmass in place, and as the plants release the heat and moisture from its stacks, condensation occurs and light snow is beginning to develop. With northeasterly winds in place, it’s pushing those areas of light to even moderate snow right down toward us. (Can you tell I copied this from the weatherman?)
Ok, seriously y’all, I’m blazing a new trail over here. I even took a selfie this week, and that is cray. Come take a look at week 6.
39/365 Processor – Cleaned house today and came across an old computer processor. Thought it would be neat to capture with my macro lens.