Arizona has the most incredible sunsets. These photos were taken in my back yard. Okay, I know these intense colors are caused mainly by the sun reflecting off of pollution in the air but I try not to think about that when I have such a spectacular display right outside my back door. Actually, I believe this one was due in part to the forest fire that was in Southern Calif. last week.
I hope there are still a few of my readers left out there. This blog has been on hold for a week now because the photo program (Picasa) has refused to transfer any photos to the blog. Once again I turned to son Ron, who helped me out but there is definitely a glitch in the program somewhere.
However, there has not been much to chronicle anyway. I am hard at work trying to get the house ready to put on the market but find my energy level to be way below what it was 15 years ago when I moved in here.
(A friend sent me this: "Old age is when it takes longer to rest than it does to get tired.")
The simplicity of RV life is sorely missed but I am determined to get back to it. Sadly, I am so spoiled now that I may never adjust back to a house that has no wheels. Even Sigh Me has not settled down. She paces and yowls until I pick her up and cuddle with her, then she follows me from room to room as though she were a puppy.
Something to share: I found this young Russian lady's photography on line and think it is just lovely. The photos are of her family. She has only been at it a few years and her work inspires me to learn more.