Please stay safe in and around the water this Memorial Day Weekend, and wear a life jacket. Swim in areas patrolled by lifeguards.
Birds have been flocking to our backyard this spring. I hope you are inspired for Sunday Stills Photo Challenge this week!
Sharing the Blue Angels for Wordless Wednesday.
What's that smell? Check out the variety of scents, aromas and odors for Sunday Stills Photo Challenge!
Crazy spring storms bring acres of wildflowers!
Teal and Aqua are the featured colors for the Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge this week.
Nature is a force beyond our control. May the Force Be with You.
The seasons of spring and autumn have emerged. Have you? Tell me this week at Sunday Stills Challenge!
"Bonnie Prudden was an American physical fitness pioneer, expert rock climber and mountaineer, and author. Her report to Eisenhower on the unfitness of American children as compared with their European counterparts led to the formation of the President's Council on Youth Fitness."
Are flowers blooming in your neighborhood? Visit Sunday Stills this week to check out all the fabulous florals!
April’s monthly color challenge features more of a lack of color, namely focusing on the “colors” of diamond and quartz. Come see to believe!
Wildflowers need few words for Wordless Wednesday.
You might ask why I would focus on “urban” as the theme for Sunday Stills this week. Most of you know I live in a rural area of Washington, having moved from a suburban area of Sacramento in 2020. While my images of urban are the focus, I’ll compare those to images of rural and … Continue reading Sunday Stills: An #Urban Focus
Now that March is almost behind us, have you committed to improving your fitness? If so, what is keeping you motivated? Read here and here for past blog posts about this subject. If you have tried and feel less than happy with your progress, I hope you can get some good ideas from this post. … Continue reading Fitness Friday: Five Popular Ways To Track Your #Fitness Progress
In the US last weekend, we (reluctantly) turned the clocks forward for daylight saving time for most of the states. What happened to the choice voters made a few years ago to end this madness? I enjoy more evening daylight, but the morning is dark again. And my inner clock will be fouled up for … Continue reading Sunday Stills: #Daylight in Black and White