Let fall begin. Labor Day marks the end of summer, the beginning of fall, the shelving of white shoes, the shouts of gridiron enthusiasts, and, oh yes, the increase in political mayhem. Or, that was what we folks in the United States expected when the calendar rolled over to September 1 before Covid-19. But life has… Continue reading Life After Labor Day
I took these pictures several years ago while touring Copper Canyon in northwestern Mexico, a trip I would recommend. The indigenous people living in that part of the country are known as Raramuri or Tarahumara and live in rough plateaus ‘cut by deep gorges and canyons’. They are farmers and raise goats and cattle, and… Continue reading Footwear for Two Prompts
As I noted in the post showing the clues of the What Is It? Challenge, each item has something to do with my actions during this self isolation period. A Kleenex seems to always be in my hand Ice cream topped with strawberries, blue berries and chocolate sauce cures any isolation stress The only exercise… Continue reading Answers to What Is It?
This week’s Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge urges us to show pictures of shoes and feet, and here are my photos. Check out more at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/06/07/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-shoes-feet/
Oh, Mother, where are your Ferragamos? That was the question I asked as I looked at the body of my mother who had died a day earlier. She was decked out in one of her St. John suits, ready for a private viewing. I took her hand, surprised at how cold she was. Of course… Continue reading Oh Mother, Where are Your Ferragamos?