A tree falling on my fence was the best thing that happened to me

I’m not sure why today is the day I’m writing about something that happened over a year ago, but here I am talking about trees that busted up my fence early in 2020, like before the pandemic early. It was one of the best things to happen to me in 2020, and in my life,Continue reading “A tree falling on my fence was the best thing that happened to me”

Amazon Prime Rapunzel ad – the music, the actress, and the $2,000 ladder!

Amazon is promoting their Prime delivery service, boasting just one day to get what you want. Or in this case, what you NEED. Rapunzel isn’t waiting on a prince, she just needs a ladder.  The actress. The part of Rapunzel is played by Josephine Lawrence. She’s a relatively new actress to mainstream work, although GoogleContinue reading “Amazon Prime Rapunzel ad – the music, the actress, and the $2,000 ladder!”

Radnor Lake Photography August 2021

I went to Radnor Lake the other day with a friend and my goal was to take at least 10 keeper photos. I figured I needed to take a lot more to get 10 keepers, so there were hopes of deer and eagles and snakes and turtled and… well, the elusive white deer I’ve neverContinue reading “Radnor Lake Photography August 2021”

It’s hot in Nashville, Tennessee – a general update

I made a promise to myself this past winter that when it got hot again, I wouldn’t complain. This commitment came because of how long winter seem to go on (and on and on and on…) so I was really trying to will the warmer days to get here. I guess it worked? Well, itContinue reading “It’s hot in Nashville, Tennessee – a general update”

Pickleball – a new activity I hate to lose

Over a recent weekend with family a few of us took part in pickle ball games. If you’ve never played, it’s kind of in between tennis and ping pong, with a few rules unique to itself. Anyone who knows me knows I’m competitive in just about anything, so while pickle ball is really fun, ultimatelyContinue reading “Pickleball – a new activity I hate to lose”