Yesterday, we took our boys to Six Flags over Georgia. Considering the fact that kids are out of school, the park was empty. We did not have to wait in any lines for any of the rides. In fact, we rode many of the rides more than once, without having to get off the ride. But this post isn’t about the rides or my boys.
People-watching is a hobby of mine. Before terrorism changed how we fly, I loved going to the airport and waiting at the gate for whomever we were picking up at the time. The people in the airport were always fun to watch. Perhaps more fun than watching people in the airport is watching people at Six Flags.
I have mixed feelings about this project coming to an end. On one hand, this challenge helped me document an entire year, forcing me to really look at my surroundings and enjoy the many moments that – without this project – may have passed by without notice, and I am grateful I can relive these camera captured memories for days and years to come. Read more
I am neither a doctor nor a therapist, yet people come to me with questions all the time. I can only assume the reason people believe I am full of wisdom is because of my excellent taste in ice cream. Only the best ice cream is good enough for me, and I am a firm believer that life is better with a pint of Vermont’s Finest, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Inundated with questions, I decided it was high time I shared my wisdom with those seeking it. May these words of wisdom help improve your life.
Did I mention narrowing the 26 entries down to five was tough? Did I mention I was overwhelmed with the number of entries received? Yes, I mentioned both those facts.
Now, let me tell you I was thrilled to see the number of votes received. Close to 100 people voted in my Dog Gone Good Contest! Nearly 100!
Sundays are therapeutic for me, and I always look forward to its arrival. In fact, I work harder on Saturdays, knowing Sunday is on my doorstep.
While I rest and give thanks today, I’ll indulge in another form of therapy. Read more