Tag: my thoughts for today

curiousity often leads to trouble

April 3, 2021 at least I hope so! I’m doing things a little differently today…with the complications of moving photos around, things are a little topsy turvy. Not only am I in the process of moving photos from one computer to another, but I’m… Continue Reading “curiousity often leads to trouble”

believe nothing and trust no one . . .

April 1, 2021 my thoughts for today I kinda messed up a little bit when transferring some of my photos from the old computer. If I use an older photo, I apologize. It shouldn’t be that big a deal, I think I kind of… Continue Reading “believe nothing and trust no one . . .”

2073

February 28, 2021 ~ disclosure: there is a little bit of a political rant near the end of the post, just a little bit of my opinion of today’s political atmosphere. Nothing harsh, and kind of explains why I’ve been quiet on that front… Continue Reading “2073”

believe in it absolutely

February 22, 2021 my thoughts for today Thank God I’m a country boy Well a simple kinda life never did me no harmA raisin’ me a family and workin’ on a farmMy days are all filled with an easy country charmThank God I’m a… Continue Reading “believe in it absolutely”

snow day = lazy day

January 26, 2021 my thoughts for today All of the photos you see today were taken with my cell phone. The most work I did on any of them was resizing them in photo shop, I was just too lazy to take the photos… Continue Reading “snow day = lazy day”

finding calm in the chaos

January 5, 2020 ~ this is a rather long read, for me, just to forewarn you; at this point it’s 972 words, but I think it’s a pretty easy read… My thoughts for today I was going to take the time and show you… Continue Reading “finding calm in the chaos”

is it spring yet?

December 17, 2020 my thoughts for todayall photos taken with my LG cell phone camera We got our first snow storm of the season yesterday. I probably shouldn’t even say “first storm of the season” as it isn’t winter yet. “We got our first… Continue Reading “is it spring yet?”