These were the most beautiful glittery eggs I've ever seen.
If anything, it's changeable. Yesterday sunny and in the sixties, today sleet, sleet for everyone. This is my drive back from Panera after meeting with a thesis student. Note: Glass works mainly on voice command, so to take this 10-second video, all I had to do was say, "OK Glass, record a video." Changing stations … Continue reading Spring in Missouri
Who know that having Glass would turn into regular walking/exercise. Not me. At least, I won't know until the 21 day habit marker is reached. Here are my new walking shoes. They are Asics, and they have gel in the soles. They came in mint, coral, and lavender. This is not pink; it is … Continue reading Not pink–coral
Besides crocuses, another sign of spring could be good driving weather and Happy Hour at the Sonic drive through. A diet cherry limeade in the afternoon goes well with blue skies. Also a sign of spring are these horrendous Easter dresses that I hope no one buys. There are too many sequins here for a … Continue reading Signs of Spring
I found this, my first crocus sighting for the season, in my yard when I wasn't looking for it. That seems to be the way with crocuses. Of course, it was in the distance. Here ity is closer. I am using Glass for these. It's still not visible unless you embiggan it, so I went … Continue reading First crocus
This is my clean slate back yard. I took the photo because of how the sunset showed the onset of yet another weather change after a very spring-like day. The clouds hung heavy. I also took this photo because I realized that I have several sunrises in this Project 365, but no sunsets. This is … Continue reading Winter’s last bite
The unwritten part of my sabbatical is that I want very much to gain habits that lead to a more balanced life, which for me would mean a life outside of work. Surprisingly, Glass has the potential to help with that. Here is a photo I took while starting up my walking regimen again, prompted … Continue reading Glass and fitness
I saw one of the first signs of spring today at Dillons. It may snow tomorrow, but today we have Paczki.
A tree lifts its branches and whistles for spring, its bark pursed open in memory of a large tree limb past.
The flowerbed (AKA median) in the church parking lot won't look like this today, but it will again and I'll have a panorama setting to show it better.