This morning I took a walk, I try to walk everyday, and lately I've been walking mostly on my own so I can use the time to work on projects and ideas (so easy to get distracted at home, or plan plans that remove the ability to have thoughts to myself for long), and to see the world around me, and get ideas for new pictures and projects. There's nothing like a daily walk alone, or with someone quiet, to make a day meaningful.
Today was a big idea day, and I took many pictures with my phone, while kicking myself* that I didn't bring a better camera with me.
Springtime and rain has forced me inside again. Or not forced, but strongly suggested that I head indoors, and do all of the things I need to do inside the house, on the computer, or in my mind. The unbelievable amount of rain we've had this year - not just record-breaking, but breaking the record of last years record-breaking rains. I don't believe in complaining about the weather, it feels haughty and pointless, so lets say I'm not complaining, just stating facts. Rain has made it hard to do much of my work, and most of my play.
I want to go back and re-photograph a few things, or go find the horsetail plants up on the loop that I need to photograph soon before the leaves (needles?) droop. I want to go on another walk, or practice flying the drone, or sit in the sun, and instead I'm checking in here, and listening to the robins and crows through the window. Some days are busy, and some days are perfect for tea and typing.