Okay, so spring wasn’t all messy and bleak as previously stated. There were good parts and bad parts like any season. I can’t speak much for the progress of others… they have their privacy and/or blogs.
As for me, 2017 was the year I got an official ASD diagnosis. It remains to be seen as to whether state services will help my employment prospects.
So… where was I? Oh, yeah. I can get silly sometimes.
My mother bought this snowbird in December of 2016. A traveler with a backpack, it was a nice addition to the home. It also gave me something I desperately needed since the conception of the blog: a decent avi. I gave that bird a few shooting locations.
So, we’re well into the new year. Storms have come and gone, and the kids are back in school again. (None mine, lol.) 2017’s wildfires paved the way for mudslides, and… it’s like my fingers would begin to hurt how much I’d be crossing them hoping this year will be better. There are, however, always good and balanced parts to reflect on.
2017 wasn’t exactly a great year for subjects. But it was the first whole year I had a modern iPhone. An iPhone SE camera doesn’t sound like much, but, with the right software, it’s enough to experiment with, and reflect on my small world, here in Maine.
For the second snowfall of the season, which happened over the last two days, we got around 4″. (And you can click here for the first snow, short-lived.) We’re expected to get more precipitation tomorrow, with temperatures in the 20s and 30s.
Yesterday and Sunday I slept longer than expected, that I rose later in the afternoon. (Of course both days I went to sleep between 8 a.m. and noon.) These days it’s like I need to sleep in, sleep the day off, sleep it away— just go to bed and not get up for anything. Getting to sleep and having no reason to get up is not without its obstacles Continue reading Rest→