Patience is Power....
Dear friends, fans, and viewers,
I am extremely sorry for the delay in adding new pictures! I am in college and my classes have progressively gotten more difficult. Also, being that I haul raw dairy products, summer is always in high gear. I have several pictures that I really want to share!
In August we took a wonderful, much needed vacation in Eagle-Vail, Colorado. While there we visited several small historic mining towns like Leadville, Red Cliff, Minturn, and Glenwood Springs. We also went to a couple lakes where we all engaged in fishing, including Turquoise Lake and Piney Lake. We saw deer, Elk, woodchuck, bald eagles and osprey, and a moose grazing on lake grass. Between the wildlife, beautiful mountain/lake scenery and the wildflowers, I was very relaxed and took hundreds of pictures! Trust me, it's worth the wait.
Prior to vacation during my cross country travels at work, I traveled several southern historical towns with beautiful old homes, abandoned buildings, several more sunsets, and some historic graveyards that I am eager to share with you all. To me abandoned and old buildings are just so artistic because you can almost feel or imagine the story behind them. Graveyards can be macabre, but there's a beauty to the workmanship and art that goes into some gravestones. And who ever gets tired of sunrises and sunsets? I have many more sunsets than sunrises because it's not often that I wake before the sun rises anymore!
I solemnly promise that I will get those photographs posted for you all to see at the end of the winter semester. I will have a month break from school between mid-December to mid-January so I can concentrate on this. I do have a week off in mid-October and will try to get some posted at that time also. There's a light at the end of the textbook!
Don't give up on me, I'm working hard to get to a better place, but I want to include you all in my journey.
“Patience is power.
It was worth the wait! Love, love, love....
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