It may be late August, but summer's not over yet. There's still plenty of fine weather for your adventures. Did you want to do that one thing, but haven't gotten around to it? You still can. I offer this picture as encouragement for you to get out there. I sent this to my Golden Angels as the July postcard. Now that the August postcard is at the printers, I remembered I Continue Reading
My Golden Angels received postcards in the mail as a token of my appreciation. They received one for each month, with some variability in timing. Postcards may come back, they may not. Drop me a line if you are interested.
Summer's heating up. Time to hit the beach, or take a boat out for a spin. I sent this beach scene to my Golden Angels. Now that they have all received the card in the mail, I present it to you. As always, click on an image for full screen. If you would like to receive cards like this in the mail once a month, sign up as a Golden Angel. If you are a Golden Continue Reading
June marks the start of meteorological summer. It's time to enjoy the outside! That was the theme of the May postcard for my Golden Angels. Now that they have all received the card in the mail, I present it to you. As always, click on an image for full screen. If you are interested in receiving cards like this, sign up as a Golden Angel, and get a card a month. Continue Reading
The season of quick weekend trips is upon us. To mark the occasion, here's a picture from my first trip of the season. Click on the images for a larger view. That picture was featured as the April postcard for Astrid's Golden Angels. Summer's almost here, and so's the May postcard The above card may say, "Happy Spring", but we're fast approaching summer. The arrival of Continue Reading
And so our Winter Woods walk concludes. Just in time for the warmer temperatures of spring. Yay! Click on the image for a larger view. So, what did you think? I hope you enjoyed our little walk together. I would love to hear what you thought, both of the blog posts and, for those that received the postcards, the physical cards themselves. Would you like to see a photo Continue Reading