And just when I had gotten used to the browns of summer. . .
Archive for October, 2014
Off to a lovely start. . .
I did not grow up surrounded by mountains or valleys. I was 35 when I first witnessed “freezing fog.” Perhaps it’s the novelty, but there is something about a misty mountain morning that feels magical (even when witnessed – half asleep – on your morning commute. . .)
As a first time homeowner, I find myself in uncharted territory. With empty wall space and no one to keep my security deposit if I drill holes. One might think that a household with two photographers would have no problem filling the space. But for several months, the walls have sat virtually empty. It is […]