We have reached the month of April and I am still on course to post daily with my happiness and gratitude I have found. Please join in if you feel like doing this too by sharing in the comments or on your own blog. There is so much to be happy and grateful for.
Well it was a little better today, not as many sneezes but the cough is getting deeper. I slept really pretty well last night for a change and I know that is bound to help. I hate being sick!
Aside from being sick… I did have to take my Dad to the clinic for a blood draw. He was feeling a bit under the weather too still. So we were quite the pair today. Luckily it was just the blood work and then I picked up some prescriptions and went home.
I did take a little time to look through a touch of my mounting email I have neglected while I’ve been sick, so I did accomplish something today. I am happy I can breathe a little easier today. I am grateful I got a little bit done to match my energy level. Now if I can get more good sleep tonight maybe I can have an even better day tomorrow.
*And a quick note… as I have been sick (and I just plain forgot yesterday) I will be skipping my Monochrome Monday post this week. Sorry!
Everyone has seen spiral staircases, but how about one that is triangular? This was a building my boyfriend and I found on a vacation a couple of years ago. I was pretty intrigued by the architectural design.
This picture was taken at the lake a couple of years ago. I love this in both black and white and color. I almost forgot today was Monochrome Monday … just finished reading and was about to go to sleep when it hit me. Maybe I need a reminder on my phone for Mondays… LOL.
This weeks picture was a contrasting picture that caught my eye walking across a bridge. The cold hard steel bolts connected by the finest most delicate spider silk… I had to take a picture. The little details can hide some of the most interesting things if you don’t take the time to look. Hope you all have a great week!
This week I share a memory. This was my handsome prince who had a special place in my heart. A friend who helped me through a difficult time could not take him to a new apartment and gave him to me. This beautiful tuxedo cat comforted me more than once and I miss him daily.
Happy first day of Spring everyone! This week I had to have a flower of some kind to welcome spring and all the beautiful new growth it will bring. This one seemed to have some good contrast for black and white. I hope you enjoy it!
I almost forgot it was Monday and I needed to post this… oops! This is one of my favorite local parks to walk in when I am feeling up to it. I used to walk here 3 or 4 times a week. They have garden beds, a wooded path that crosses a creek and lots of people in the summer. Great place for taking pictures – actually a lot of the local photographers will use it as a backdrop for senior pictures. I hope you enjoy…
Don’t quote me on flower names… I know these are really wild flowers not daisies. My mom was the flower expert and could name most of them… me, I know the color and a few basic blooms AND can kill a plant faster than anyone I know LOL! But I thought these were pretty and captured well in black and white. Today is a day to take the time to smell the flowers! 🙂
Here it is another Monday already and time to dip into my collection of black and white pictures. Once again I am not sure who to give credit to for the term or challenge idea for Monochrome Mondays but if you know its origins please tell me in the comments. I hope you enjoy today’s photo…
I am starting something new. I have seen several posts listed with the title Monochrome Monday and since I love black and white photography I thought I would jump on the band wagon. I am not sure if there is an actual page that posts a MM challenge – if you know of one please link it in the comments. I am just kind of going on my own at this point in time but would love to see what some of you have for black and white photos as well. I can’t guarantee a post every Monday, but I will try.
I am starting out with one of my favorite subject matters, old bridges. This is a foot bridge at a local park.
rustic bridge spans creek
crossing to another path
where new dreams must dwell