I hope that you're having a wonderful week so far.
I have been getting back on track with life at home.
Sometimes I'm called down the road.
While this gypsy heart does love the open highway,
I also long for the warm, resting
place by the fireside.
I have a daughter who has really been
going through some very difficult trials and so
I go to be with her and her sweet little ones.
We really have such a wonderful time.
When the morning comes, the little girlies
come and snuggle under my blankets.
We do nails, read books and draw.
And Grandma always has
"special vitamins" for them.
All in our jammies!
They are 3 and 5 and what a joy they are.
At times, I feel very neglectful of my writing
but for my sake, I have had to let go of that and
embrace what my life brings.
However, that doesn't keep me from missing
my sweet blog friends and your wonderful
posts and creativity! I look forward to
visiting again soon.
I try to take pictures when I travel. Since I
am here and there so often, I hope to add
a page where I can open the door to any
unique and fun experiences..
and whatever other gypsy
ramblings occur! I will try to keep
Anyway..I thought I'd share some photos of my trek
from Phoenix back to the mountains.
It really is a beautiful drive and I was
able to capture a rare photo of
some snow in the mountains
near the desert. And the sunset was beautifu as I drew
nearer to my home in the mountains.
Most of the photos were taken while I was driving.
Some are not the best quality.
I do love the ease of
my little point and shoot Canon!
The Saguaro cacti are so amazing to see.
The Four Peaks in all of their rugged glory~
The clouds casting their perfect shadows
I was struck by the beauty of these snow-tipped trees.
And later, I noticed the two birds in the photo.
This part of the journey was working my way
up to the top
of the Mogollon Rim.
And there is the moon~
I've always been amazed at how the
trees can hold onto the side of the mountains.
Isn't the flowing ice lovely?
And, Oh the deep blue of that sky..
This is on top of the rim.
Not a very nice shot of the guard rail
but in the distance, isn't the skyline amazing?
|The following photos are all of the sunset behind |
me as I was driving. There was such an illumination of the clouds.
Here is beautiful song to listen to while you watch the sunset.
It's by Dustin O' Halloran. It's called We Move Lightly
and it seemed to fit the beauty of the moment.
What beauty there is in the everyday.
I just have to be looking for it.
I hope you enjoyed this little
"mini journey" with me.
I would love to hear about your travels
or wherever you are..
and is there something
beautiful or wonderful that you
would like to share?
Thank you for coming by and visiting!
!t feels good to be back!
Coming soon are some projects that I've been
working on and my first
Have a wonderful weekend and
to all of my friends back east.
Please stay safe and warm!