Reading, Listening to Music & Drinking Coffee

Having a dog requires walking it πŸ™‚ which for me means I also have the opportunity to see glorious nature at it’s finest moments right outside my doors and windows .. and occasionally I even get to capture a moment of it with my cell phone.

The little doggie is still leashed even in the side yard – we have not gotten it secured for him yet to keep him safe from his over-whelming desire forΒ  car chasing πŸ™ aka he HATES cars driving up & down our street!

My older dog gave me lots of time to savor sunset sky moments .. the little doggie is a bundle of non-stop energy .. a tornado on paws many times .. lolol .. so I am learning that maybe I can capture a moment or perhaps I only get to see it as a fleeting uncaptured but much appreciated memory on our world map πŸ™‚

.. these two I managed to capture last evening once I quit gasping in awe at how gorgeous the sky was in the moment πŸ™‚Β 

The Full Moon ..aka Blue MoonΒ .. this week has been spectacular viewing .. from both the front deck and my side stairs too πŸ™‚

..Β  .. and the nature pictures are giving me the opportunity to learn new website techniques too πŸ™‚

  • because I want to share them with you
  • while I read on the Internets
  • and drink my coffee
  • while listening to George Strait music this morning πŸ™‚

My 1st reading stop this morning is visiting my friend – awesomely wonderful human being & talented artist EFFY WILD πŸ™‚ .. I hope you enjoy her work and sharing as much as I do πŸ™‚Β 

.. you can also visit her Youtube Channel πŸ™‚ .. be prepared to be inspired to CREATE πŸ™‚

I plan to watch her video series about Embracing Imperfection once I finish writing this blog post πŸ™‚Β 

Barbara Burns

Senior Citizen / Artist working in watercolor, inks, digital pixels & fabric dyes with silk. I also have Vascular Dementia and am not able to work outside the home in the corporate world now. I started reading tarot cards as a very young child - a neighbor taught me when I was about 5 to 7 years of age. I started reading Oracle cards in my 30's.
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