Happy New Year Blogging Friends.
Like the groundhog on groundhog day, I've come to life - if only for a day. The image of the Peony is from the archives and is textured with Kim Klassen's WarmSun and YesterYear, as well as a couple of textures from another artist.
Today I'm joining up with Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday. It's been a while since I've posted an image, but I look at blog posts even if not actively blogging.
new year is off to a wonderful start. I am now a septuagenarian, which
really doesn't hurt much and can provide a needed excuse now and then.
My health is excellent, and my quest for youth continues with my
consistent workouts at the beautiful YMCA in my town. My blood boils
when I hear folks in the news media refer to people in their seventies
spent Christmas here with my daughter and her two kids and New Year's
with my Marietta daughter and her family. My camera was left at home;
it was enjoyable to just be and not feel the stress behind the camera.
You know - not enough light; don't want to use a flash (after all I'm a
natural light photographer ☺); comb your hair; etc., etc., etc.
Unfortunately, my son spent the holidays alone, as his work schedule
didn't allow off time. Being with him, too, would have put the candle
on the cake!
Yes, I know...Groundhog Day is in February...but I feel like the groundhog who emerged looking for his shadow. Maybe I'll come out of hybernation completely in the spring...til then!