Bet you’ve been wondering where I’ve been the last couple of days. Well, perhaps this will give you an idea.
Over ten hours driving each day doesn’t lend too much to being able to capture a photo of the day. So I cheated, I took a break, I lacked motivation, but at least an iPhone photo is better than nothing.
It’s wonderful being back home and the holidays are less than 10 days away. The holiday spirit has taken hold and I’m looking forward to truly enjoy the next few weeks. A few fun field trips are planned this week, and a very special even this Saturday so stay tuned! In the meantime..enjoy a peaceful entryway into a spiritual world.
You must not for one instant give up the effort to build new lives for yourselves.
Creativity means to push open the heavy, groaning doorway to life.
Categories: 2013 Project 365
I love the wreath!
I do too ! I saw a wreath the other day made with orchids in it. It was stunning.
❤ Thank you!
And that spirit is you to bring us to this door. Safe driving.
You feel the spiritual feeling that I’ve been having during this holiday season. It makes life so fulfilling.
You should have done your driving at night like I do, then you’d have all day for photography. 😉
You’re a better man than I. I never liked driving at night too much. Also was on hubby time. I would have stopped for sure.
We’ll be hitting the road this Friday for Alabama! I’m guessing 16 hours, weather permitting. … We are pulling our camper and will drive at night to avoid traffic thru the big cities. My brain is already on its way there! Ha! Safe travels and Merry new year to you! 🎄🎅⛄
You’re driving as I write this. I’m wishing you safe and clear travels today. It sounds like you’ll have a wonderful holiday week though. The south for the holidays. How fabulous!
I don’t think I could drive 10 hours a day. Even my hubby gives up after 4!!!! Well done, you, and welcome back home!
Now that surprises me! Somehow I thought hubby and you were true roadies. Your style is the way to go though, slow down and really enjoy the scenery.
We are true roadies, but we do like to enjoy the places we travel through, so we limit the amount of hours we travel everyday to enjoy the journey as much as the destination.