I was fixing some hot apple cider when this picture formed in my cup. It looks like a snowman’s face.
My husband had lung surgery on the 19th of September, and that’s when I noticed I was seeing double out of my right eye. My eyes had been blurry off and on for 2 days previous, but I contributed it to I needed a change in my glasses. My husband stayed in the hospital and…Read more »
I have an experiment for you readers, based on a class I’m taking. Here is an image. In your point of view what do you see that is important and can you catalog 6 different aspects?
As we age, skin loosens around the eyes. The tendon that attaches the levator muscle to the eyelid can stretch and allow the eyelid to fall and eventually cover the eye either partially or completely. It’s also not uncommon for someone to develop upper eyelid ptosis after cataract surgery. Ptosis is a medical term for…Read more »
My father used to forage for mushrooms in the woods and took my brother, sister, and I with him as children. We had memorable hikes. Our father passed away some years ago, but my brother still enjoys mushroom hunting with his grown kids. So when his neighbor offered him some Chantrelles, he jumped at the…Read more »
Wow, I have never seen lightening strikes this often in the Seattle-Auburn region! The news quoted 1200 strikes last night. It seemed endless and lit up the whole sky over and over. It was the best entertainment.
My pumpkins in the garden are already ripe. I have about 7 so far.