This one might be fun for the kids (and the grown-ups!). Take a peek at where Santa is visiting on this Christmas Eve.
Norad does this every year, and it is just great.
So check him out, but be sure you are in bed before he gets to YOUR house!!
Merry Christmas to all…and to all…a good night.
Track Santa at NORAD here……
There was a time when a sky like this excited me. A sky like this meant a storm was coming, and I could almost feel the electricity in the air.
This is one of my favorite photo spots.
I love having flowers in our yard…there’s not much than can rival the show when they are all in bloom…but if it is a flower that can delight the nose as well as the eyes? Well that’s even better.
This morning, the water in the bottom was perfectly still. Most days since it has filled our river bottom to capacity, the water has been in motion…wind and current keeping light dancing across the surface. But, this morning, it looked like a sheet of glass, reflecting so beautifully the world around it.
As it turns out, the rest of the world was not so calm today.
In particular, Baltimore was a city of anger and unrest. In response to what appears, at least, to be another incident involving the death of a black man at the hands of the police, …
A few weeks back, I was working on a post, but due to the fact that I waited until too late to start writing it and was way to tired to read it and edit it, I decided to put it off for another day. I guess today is that day.
Over the past few weeks, the morning commute has gotten a lot more colorful. This is one of my favorite times of the year, but the changing leaves are a sure sign that winter is just around the corner.
Things have been quiet on here for a few days. Part of that was due to me trying to recover from the Sorghum Festival 3-day marathon. I do love it, but man it wears me out. It probably didn't help that I sat in the sun all three days and got blistered.
It is that time of year again, and it is one of my favorites. The last weekend in September means the return of the Morgan County Sorghum Festival. Schools shut down...traffic is rerouted...biscuits are filled with ham...and overalls are pulled from the closet.
I love this time of year, but I always think it is a little bit of a bummer as all the leaves fall off the trees. They are beautiful as they change, but when they are all gone, you know what is coming next.