This week is my spring break, but my kids have school so I've had a lot of ME time. Today I decided to go on a date with my camera.
One of the places I went was our Main Street which is also our
historical district. It was really busy down there because the weather
was WONDERFUL. At least for those of us who love summer type weather.
So, there were people wandering around everywhere.
I managed to sneak a photo of this man sitting on a bench outside a shop
waiting for his wife. She was shopping and he was reading. I guess
that's as a good a way as any to pass the time when your wife is
shopping. He seemed very content to be sitting there with his book.
Just looking up at the dusky sky while standing behind the fence at my son's baseball game.
I got to have a day out with just my camera. I spent it visiting old
haunts. I had so much fun just hanging out with myself and my camera
(as well as my cellphone camera). At first I was not sure where the
nostalgia was coming from, but as I was walking through a field I used
to play in it occurred to me that:
1) My oldest living child is getting ready to turn 13.
2) In about a week it will mark 20 years since I graduated college.
3) My 25 year high school reunion is coming up in September.
That's a lot for one year.