~rainbow mondays~ bayou walks at dragon house 2.0

end of the last full week of third grade rainbow before school on friday – the day of our field trip to fly kites at the beach… luckily the rain mostly didn’t fall on us!

sunbows seem to be rather prevalent in the sky above dragon house 2.0!

pink: a delicate pink . . . → Read More: ~rainbow mondays~ bayou walks at dragon house 2.0

~black and white wednesdays~ kids these days

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~rainbow mondays~ pink trees and pancakes

it’s a birthday week rainbow!

black: quinn outgrew rich’s son’s karate uniform, and now b pancake fits in it… almost! bringing her to karate was probably the highlight of quinn’s time with the pancakes…

pink: approaching cautiously, we are able to observe the elusive birthday man species in his natural setting (pink-flowered . . . → Read More: ~rainbow mondays~ pink trees and pancakes

~rainbow mondays~ sunsets galore

took me a few weeks to accumulate this rainbow… kicking off with some rainbow sunset reflection magic.

wet sand rainbows, reflecting rainbow plexiglass wind screens on hotels perched on the cliff, reflecting the sunset.

red: roses are red for valentine’s day… in leaf anyway.


orange: lately i am taking my camera . . . → Read More: ~rainbow mondays~ sunsets galore

snow on cherry blossoms

here on the oregon coast, when we get a “dusting” of that white stuff, i chuckle about people not knowing how to drive in a mere flurry. back in the land of studded tires nine months of the year, we all learned how to navigate through blizzards when needed (and . . . → Read More: snow on cherry blossoms

~this moment~ lorax

~a friday ritual~

a photo capturing a moment from the week.

a simple, special moment.

a moment i want to pause, savor and remember.

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the most interesting trees

cape lookout, oregon

the most interesting trees in the forest are the ones that have been through the most devastating damage, only to survive and send out new limbs, over and over again, stronger than ever where the scars heal over, valiantly reaching gnarled knuckles towards the sunlight to press on . . . → Read More: the most interesting trees