Hello everyone! I took this photo on a hike up in Port Orchard last month. I love little things, and this grouping of nature stuff was tiny! I could have fit all of it in my palm.
I’ve been out of the blogging loop for quite awhile, but I’m back now. Good things to come!
“Do your own thing on your own terms and get what you came here for.” -Oliver James
Wow, I’d love to walk through there!
5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn’t Put This Down!!!,January 19, 2012
I absolutely LOVED this book. I got it for my Kindle and I just couldn’t put it down. For a first book this was well-written and brutally honest, which I really appreciated. I did not want this book to end, but after all the author had gone through, I couldn’t imagine one more bad event in her life. For someone who is struggling with sobriety this is an excellent account because, for me at least, there is so much I could relate to. I found myself cheering for the author every time she entered another treatment center, but even when she relapsed I sympathized with her because I know what it’s like. Yes, she had quite an attitude, but look at the reasons: she arrived to treatment nearly every time extremely intoxicated and not very happy about being there. Too add more to it, I really think that she was feeling very beaten down and deeply disappointed in herself and was afraid of another failure. I loved the fact that she never gave up on herself in the end.
I highly recommend this to anyone going through recovery or any friends or family of an addict!
Thanks, Black Belt Mom!
Quote of the day: Between two evils, I generally like to pick the one I never tried before. ~ Mae West
He that would live in peace and at ease must not speak all he knows or all he sees. Benjamin Franklin
(I only wish I’d taken this picture. It’s beautiful!)
Seattle snow – looks awesome!
A writer needs three things, experience, observation, and imagination, any two of which, at times any one of which, can supply the lack of the others. -William Faulkner, novelist (1897-1962)
Panorama of the Southern Sky ~ The Milky Way arches across this 360-degree panorama of the night sky above the Paranal platform, home of ESO’s Very Large Telescope. The Moon is just rising and the zodiacal light shines above it, while the Milky Way stretches across the sky opposite the observatory. To the right in the image and below the arc of the Milky Way, two of our galactic neighbours, the Small and Large Magellanic Clouds, can be seen. The open telescope domes of the world’s most advanced ground-based astronomical observatory are all visible in the image: the four smaller 1.8-metre Auxiliary Telescopes that can be used together in the interferometric mode, and the four giant 8.2-metre Unit Telescopes. The image was made from 37 individual frames with a total exposure time of about 30 minutes, taken in the early morning hours. ~ Wikipedia. Full resolution is 15,204 x 4,620. Check out the full resolution pic on Wikipedia – the size here doesn’t do it justice.
Knowledge is power only if man knows what facts not to bother with. ~ Robert Lynd