One of the things I did to put myself through graduate school was to work for a wholesale florist.  Other than the fact that I’m sooooo not a morning person, the job was perfect for me.  For a few (early) hours before school, I’d unpack the daily shipments that just arrived from the airport and […]

Yesterday, fellow Kansas Citian and photoblogger, Lindy, posted a creative shot of a vase full of daffodils in the snow.  Today, we had yet another snow storm.  Inspired by Lindy, I hauled the vase of daffodils from my kitchen table to my deck. What do you think? You Might Also Enjoy: First Day of Spring […]

I always think of the first day of the new season as falling on the 21st.  Apparently spring is the only season in 2013 that falls on the 20th instead of the 21st, so my apologies for being a day late with this post.   But what disappoints me more is that it’s now officially […]

In the US, a yellow ribbon tied around a tree is a symbol of love and yearning for someone who is far away.  But I’m not sure that’s what it means on this tree limb along the cross country trail at Lake Lenexa. You Might Also Enjoy: Other Yellow Posts Other Lake Lenexa Posts

Yellow lichen on a tree limb along the cross country running trail at Lake Lenexa. You Might Also Enjoy: Other Tree Posts Other Lake Lenexa Posts

As a friend recently asked, “What is it about December that brings out the ‘year in review recaps’ and ‘predictions’ in all of us?”  I don’t know the answer, but I do feel myself being sucked in.  Because the “A to Z” series I incorporated into my 365+1 photo blogging project has been so well received, I thought I’d […]

Nothing says fall is here like pots of mums living one day at a time until the first frost strikes. What do you think?  Do you have a favorite shot below? Fall Mum Photo #1. Fall Mum Photo #2. Fall Mum Photo #3. You Might Also Enjoy: One Thing, Three Ways:  Flowers in France Giverny: […]