It’s Wednesday but I don’t have knitting to talk about. And I talked about books yesterday. So. I’m taking the easy way out and sharing a watercolor of the succulents on my deck.
How’s your Wednesday going?
Because it’s Monday, and because I had a very relaxing weekend at home, I have prepped this post on Friday. I can do that because I have a month of photos to share with you today.
Jackie has stolen the show once again! But there are several other photos of people, including a few selfies with some of my favorite people. Also plenty of flowers, good food, and fun times.
If still photos aren’t you thing, check out July 2018 in 50 seconds. The pro version of 1SE allows you to expand your video clips from 1 second to 1.5, 2, 2.5 and even up to 3. That really makes a difference on a few of these and I’m glad to have that flexibility.
August has a tough act to follow!
I’m back and want you to know that we had an absolutely wonderful week in Maine! We had grand adventures, we ate lobster, we read and drank wine and gazed at the ocean. It was perfection! Before I talk any more about it, though, how about if I take the easy way out with blog re-entry and just share with you the photos I took in June? You cool with that? Good.
A few selfies, lots of Jack, lots of garden photos, and fabulous food and drinks.
No wonder June is my favorite month of the year!
I kind of love it when the beginning of the month falls on or about a Monday. It means I can have an easy do-ahead Monday post by showing you the mosaic of last month’s photos.
Lots of Jackie, of course. Plus Hannah’s graduation and the succession of changes to our front border. Lots of flowers and food and drink. Another stupendous month!
It’s the merry month of May and that means it’s time to look back at April’s photos.
April started with Easter and it’s hard to believe that we were still campaigning at the beginning of the month, too. The days were full of all of the things that make up my life, celebration and fun, vacation and good food and spring flowers and, of course, little Jack.
It was a very good month.