time for a change

Dali clock

A lot of people seem to flinch from change. Most of the time I’m not one of them. (There are a few things I don’t like to change, but I usually end up grudgingly accepting them in the end.)

I’ve been struggling with a lot of pain in the last couple of months, and I’ve decided to adjust my writing and blogging work in order to make more time for rest and play. I don’t know what that’s going to look like – I may still be posting every day, or I may decided to go for days without posting.

All I know is, something’s going to change. And I’m going to feel really great about it.

And on this special day, I’m also looking forward to an amazing year…

renewal – acorns

oak leaves and acorns

On the same walk where I took this photo, I also spotted some acorns on the ground. Actually, I spotted the oak leaves first, and then went looking for acorns, which I figured must be there somewhere. I was worried that the squirrels might have gotten them, though.

acorn and cap on woodland floor

I appreciate the tiny acorns from which mighty oaks can grow.

Photo theme for April: Renewal

renewal – tulips

yellow tulips

I’ve taken several photos of tulips in the last couple of months, including this one and this one.

I like the photo above because these tulips are living outdoors, just outside my home. A squirrel planted them there in the fall, and they randomly sprouted this spring.

I appreciate tulips.


Photo theme for April: Renewal