Tag: iPhoneography

52 sundays; january 18, 2015

It’s a gray day here in the Midwest and I find myself pulling inward, desiring to get quiet and create – to write, to try a new recipe, to paint a wall. It’s hard work as I’m a perfectionist, always picking apart my work, always comparing, always believing someone else […]

52 sundays; may 5, 2013

The Professor and I are headed to St. Louis today to attend the funeral of a very dear friend we lost last month; I’m going to write a bit more about Mary Gayle later, but suffice it to say that she was a bright, bright light in a sometimes very […]

52 sundays; april 21, 2013

It’s been a while since we’ve posted a ’52 sundays’ post – and I have to admit I’ve really missed this; sometimes life just gets far too busy and suddenly you discover it’s been months. Here are a few photos we took while in Columbus last month – all of […]

52 sundays; january 13, 2013

We hope wherever you are, you have the opportunity to pause for a moment and celebrate this day. And remember: always love with reckless abandon, dance in your underwear – and laugh often – especially at your own self . . . here’s to second cups of coffee ~ Thanks […]

52 sundays; january 29, 2012

Yes, I do seem to have a thing for trees . . . especially in the winter months . . . I like the stark contrast of empty limbs against the sky . . . whether it’s gray or blue skies, a snowy day or anywhere in between, I think […]