I have found myself staring in to space and seeing some unrelated objects to ponder. First thing this morning, just before sunrise, I looked out of my window in the guest room of my home, and noticed something that looked like a raging fire. I was so startled, I was frightened for a moment. Then I realized it was the sun starting to rise. I was quite taken back by such a view. I wonder if you will be too. The camera wasn't ready and in my rush I almost fell. No more of this nonsense, I say to myself. The photo was snapped in a rush and so quick it was a poor shot through the screened window. Not a clear shot at all. Here is the shot, tell me what you think.
The screen actually makes it look smoky. This is the Smoky mountains after all. It ended up to be a very ordinary sunrise. I was so afraid of almost falling on my knee surgery, I didn't try to take a later shot.
This afternoon, my sister who lives in Atlanta, came over with my sweet nephew to visit, and they brought me beautiful flowers. These flowers brought this view from my bed, to a new dimension.
Then my brother-in-law brought us a tuna casserole, he cooked himself. It was delicious. Or maybe it was the other way around. My sister fixed a salad which is right up her alley. remember, if she is cooking, her favorite saying is: "where there's smoke, there's dinner."
This photo is a poor shot too. Conclusion: Do not take photos while recovering from knee surgery. Or while flat on your back. smile. Can you endure one more attempt to take a lovely oil painting photo? One more view, while on the torture machine. It restores my sanity a little. smile or trying to smile.
Not good at all. Ok, I promise not to torture you while on the torture machine, with any more photos. I still love this painting though.
I have two more hours on this machine. After that, I will try to visit my pinkies. Where did the day go?
Blessings and love... Jeanne