Saturday, September 3, 2016

The Kolden Report: A study in waves.

Hello, kids!
Life gets so busy.  Or am I slowing down?  Or both?  I'm still plugging away, thankful for each new day, splitting my time between work and family.  I often wonder how single, working mothers of small children keep it together!   (The same goes for single fathers.)   Kudos, parents!

That being said, on to the report!

Bluer than BLUE.

Flock flight.

Sunlight, creeps on the horizon.

Morning has broken!

Golden light glistened along the shore, painting each wave.

With the certainty of a heartbeat, waves rolled ashore.

Receding, just as quickly as they arrived.

Each, meeting the other.

And the sun, journeys on...

Opportunity knocks.

White sweet peas?

And in yellow.

Following the path of least resistance.

New life.

Sunshine and shadow.


Blue bell bliss.

Layered look.

Waiting to exhale.


Genetic mutation?  (It's a puffball mushroom but they don't typically look like giant pieces of popcorn!)

Typically, they look like this.  Much smoother and rounder.

Stay tuned.   Yes....there is more to come!


"Make it a habit to tell people thank you. To express your appreciation, sincerely and without the expectation of anything in return. Truly appreciate those around you, and you'll soon find many others around you. Truly appreciate life, and you'll find that you have more of it." - Ralph Marston

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