“Year by year the complexities of this spinning world grow more bewildering and so each year we need all the more to seek peace and comfort in the joyful simplicities.”
~ Woman’s Home Companion, December 1935
My joyful simplicities this week...
This boy has been extra sweet lately.
He and I read a set of "Science for Babies" board books to his sister and learned a few things.
We learned that scientists use balls to explain many things about mass, flow, gravity, physics,
and ROCKET SCIENCE. We are excited, and now he wants to "fly" rockets when he grows up.
Oh, I believe you will, Grandson, and move mountains too.
Late winter cloudscape. Always look up - especially when there are clouds.
Rite Aid ranunculus.
I see flowers, I stop and shoot.
This is my first attempt at Neurographic art in Procreate on my iPad.
We got some rain on the last day of winter.
One lonely dandelion in the rain.
First day of spring! I took my bike for a spin, and it didn't hurt my arthritic knee.
YES! My usual walks are not an option right now, so this is super exciting.
Sally's roses this week.