Writing in her first summit book! I love living where I do, so many things to do and see and the fact that I can do this with my family makes it that much more enjoyable! On Top of Sauer Mt. A hike not even ten minutes from home! We started our hiking season on Easter Sunday this year, hoping to get a ton of hikes in this year. God willing! 🙂
Still learning the functions of my camera missing a shot or two but getting better at figuring out what dials to turn to get what I want. Manual Mode is the way to go!
While hiking around Mt. Rainier on the Wonderland Trail we reached our camp and were able to check out the area and there was this amazing campsite that overlooked this amazing view! We had already had our camp set up when I discovered this one, watching the sunset is my Best Friend and her daughter. With views like this you can’t help but feel like you are On Top of the world!
Women In Service Memorial at the Arlington Cemetery. Seems monumental to me.
My first time to the DC area my Sister took me sight-seeing, of course. While we were there the weather went from nice and sunny to a torrential downpour.
Before it started to rain we made a call, to be bicycled over the bridge to all the other monuments and such. It was nice so we decided to cancel and walk.
OOPs, the rain started and we got soaked. My Sister was like “Now if we were only wearing running clothes we would look dedicated, hardcore, but no, we just look stupid!!!” Oh how I miss my Sister wish she lived closer.
Inside the car, in the mirror, a young lady with tons of love inside!
On our way home from her dance competition.
When a 15-year-old opens the Bible before going to school… you know it is going to be a good day! Not something he has ever done on his own. Now that is a great source of perspective.
The Art of Dinners Past!
M mode, 1/90, F1.8, ISO 200, 50mm
All the other treasures in my life are away at work and school but, I always have this little treasure to keep me company!
I have done better selfies but this, is as good as it gets. I am sitting at our island in the kitchen on a stool. When the not so lap dogish dog decides he should have a seat with me. I happen to have the camera and thought the reflection in the tea-pot was interesting.
Now that’s, a Cold Case!