I know this is a little late, but with the holidays, as us all, I got really busy. I wanted to share pictures from my book signing on Dec 23th at This Old Book. I would like to thank Janet the owner of This Old Book, for hosting my signing. Thank you to all of you who stopped by to show your support on such a cold and busy day.
I would like to announce the winner of the raffle, Michael Nally, who will receive a free copy of the new book, “When Willow Weeps”, that will be released in April 2018.
I hope all of you have had a great holiday season!
Happy New Year!
All at once yesterday the world changed from just a cold gray world, to a white covered world (still cold). Though I am not one who enjoys the cold or the slippery roads, the fall of snow does remind me once again how beautiful our world is. How each changing season is inspiring and purposeful.
Between the beauty of fall and all of its colors, to the white wonderland of winter getting out and photographing the world brings out the most creative side of me. Then Spring sprouts up and new colors are born, for a moment or two all is anew before the heat of summer tries drying things up.
So I will bundle up for now, get out there, and enjoy the winter wonderland.
Woke up this morning to a nice light dusting of snow. I don’t mind snow, just as long as its not on the streets and sidewalk (which of course will never happen). Since I get some of my best photos in the winter, I say “Let It Snow, Let It Snow”.
I am armed with scarves, jackets, hats & gloves, hot tea, and my camera. Bring on the snow. Let me view the wonder in my children’s eyes, the joy of family visiting, and the peaceful nights under the Christmas lights.
Thank you Mother Nature for reminding us of the simple things. So, enjoy this holiday season and stop for a moment to take in the wonder and magic of it all.