Here are more early morning shots from my back yard overlooking Queens Creek.
These were taken using the zoom. This point is actually quite a ways from my house.
Well, Sister Susan and I survived the Nashville half marathon and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with our Soul Sister Lauren. Although we didn't turn in our best time, we also didn't turn in our worst. Considering I haven't run 13.1 miles since March 2015 and hadn't run more than six miles since then either, and also considering my insides were turned upside down quite literally in the car accident and subsequent surgery, well,...I'm not at all disappointed with my time. It's all relative.
Speaking of relatives, we're spending Mother's Day over at Middle Sister's house. She's fixing a great big feast, and all the rest of us have to do is show up. That's my kind of festivity. I'm excellent at showing up. It's one of the things I do best along with eating other people's cooking.
Speaking of other people's cooking, I am negligent in talking about reconnecting with someone I haven't seen since the 1980s. He's in to aquaculture and grows his own oysters. He also makes the best fried and roasted oysters I've ever had in my entire life. (And that includes my father's,) More on that in another post.
Last but not least, this weekend I had the privilege of hosting blog friends Meg and Angie at my house. We thoroughly enjoyed our mini-reunion, which included a trip to Merroir, where Daughter has been working all weekend long.
Aside from nursing a dental problem, which has had me in a great deal of pain the past week, all in all life is great and things are going well. There is a light at the end of the tunnel for Daughter, who is very excited about leaving for college this summer. Son is taking his last exam of the semester this week and will be home for a short visit in a few weeks. My favorite month of the year is here, things are green and the worst of the cold weather is behind us.
It's great to be alive.