2021 was, well 2021. Rough year. I’ll write more about that another time. Bottom line is that it left me pretty exhausted so Chris and I made conscious choices to slow down for at least a few months. The energy is starting to come back thanks to a concentration on a healthy diet, sleep and […]
Can the soul feel any better?
The weather this year is crazy. While they are having drought conditions in the western part of the US, here in the east it barely stops raining. Last Friday Chris and I went for a walk up the mountain, using the mountain bike trails, and we were treated to amazing visuals. The wet earth drew […]
Don’t you love when you find a hidden treasure right in your backyard? That’s how it felt when we enjoyed an afternoon with our friend, Jackie. She took us exploring and introduced us to Natural Bridge State Park. Chris met Jackie last winter when they shared a lift together. She is an artist who makes […]
We are the luckiest of people. Chris and I can walk out our back door, take a glorious two-mile hike up the mountain (on gloriously shaded trails) and visit the local windmill names Zephyr. It’s so fun it has that name. Zephyr is the name of the sailboat we journeyed along the Hudson River on […]
This isn’t the greatest pic resolution-wise, but there’s a deer in there. I was sitting down on the snow, ready to record Chris going over some jumps on his snowboard (there was a lot more snow on the actual slope), and this little one was behind me watching the action along with me 🙂
This morning I woke up to thick white snow fairies descending from the skies. So big that I saw them without my glasses, and I have horrible vision! The view was too appealing to stay in bed. A perfect morning to grab a cup of coffee in my snowman mug and look out into the […]
A highlight of this sabbatical included a short trip from two of our kids. Zeb and Bri few in from Utah for a visit east before our grandson is born. The night was beautiful and had the nicest warm wind. We didn’t realize the renovations at the Albany airport had come so far, and we […]