After dropping Suzi off at work, I observed my morning ritual of reading and relaxation. Headed home in the steady rain, I happened to look east. Rather than being the expected gray sky, there was a developing sunrise.1In the other direction was a rainbow, as high as you could ever hope to see. Mmm… :-)
Even on a quick run, there’s always time to make a picture.
Today we took Jamison to college. I got up early and headed for my morning ritual, getting a drink for everyone else, too.1Well, everyone else except Jamison — not sure how that happened…[
On the way, I stopped at my photo stop across from the Hillsboro airport to catch the pre-sunrise. Mmm… :-)
Every direction, the clouds were different this morning.
I used to love April Fools’ Day, but it’s gone from a day of fun to a day where nothing on the Internet can be taken seriously and only fools make announcements.1Will we be able to tell the difference in the presidential campaigns?2Was this an announcement? ;-)
Whether you’re a fool or not, I hope you have a great day!
On the way--
Yellow sunrise. :-)
I wonder if emoji count in syllable counts for pi-kus.
Morning colors over Mount Hood.
Headed to my morning ritual at 45…and toward the sun at 725 mph.
Thanks to some unresolved issues swirling around too little velocity chasing too many tasks, I left for my morning ritual earlier this morning. As I approached my photo spot across the street from the Hillsboro airport, I noticed misty ribbons weaving through the trees. A brief detour and I continued on my way.
Morning coffee run
I can't seem to get moving
Where is my focus?
--Brent Logan (2016)
This morning, even the Canada geese were having problems getting in formation.