Ever since contracting Covid-19 I haven’t been able to smell as I did before, but from my memories I always believed that Cucumber Melon from Bath & Body Works smelled amazing. It was one of my favorite scents. Then I always loved the scent of Herbal Essence (yes – the shampoo and conditioner). Since I…
03.08.23 | Supplies
Having plenty of art supplies makes me happy!
03.06.23 | Dread
I dread going to the Hospital. Whether it’s for Doctors visits, lab work, immunizations or you name it. I have the greatest team for my hospital care and I respect my Doctor for everything he has done for me, but nonetheless I hate going to the hospital. Waiting to be called causes so much anxiety…
03.05.23 | Random
On the way home, I randomly took this photo — from of course the passenger seat! It was a rather cold evening and I enjoyed every moment of it. It rained most of the day and the evening sky gave us beautiful thick clouds, along with an opening to see the moon. It was a…
03.03.23 | Green
One of my favorite things to do as a child was run through leaves. I remember as if it were only yesterday where I’d have “leaf fights” with friends. Every now and again, I leave messages or hearts from the leaves that has fallen, in hopes of making someone smile.
03.02.23 | Round
Turn Your Face Toward The Sun and The Shadows Fall Behind You Walt Whitman It was a beautiful day out for taking pictures. This beatuiful sculpture was built in the heart of San Jose. He’s holding the sun up high. I couldn’t help but smile and think of the quote by Walt Whitman.
03.01.23 Look Up
It’s a tall building, but it’s a beautiful one. I love being surrounded around mountains, trees, animals and water. However, it’s nice driving the long road home, as I never fail look up from my window to see the tall buildings throughout downtown San Jose.
The Adventure Challenge: Small Town Kids
The quaint city of Sunol is small and if you drive too fast, you’ll miss what it has to offer. Come to think of it… we most likely would have never discovered this place if it wasn’t for our GPS. One day on the way to Manteca, there was heavy traffic on the 680, so…