The building I worked almost every day in before, the pandemic. Seeing it, feelings of nostalgia overtook my body.
As seen in San Diego, CA.
Carries hundreds of babies on her back. Sometimes they fall off, crawl anxiously, find their way back on. The wolf spider mother is wonderfully capable. And a little scary. She was the width of a golf ball!! When she saw me, though, she was not scared. I tiptoed around her.
The other night Nick called me to the backyard to look at Mars, shining brightly next to the moon. I didn’t capture a great photo, but just witnessing this planet burn with wonder, amazed us.
Beauty and wonder when the two cross in the sky.
That I have seen. A delightful surprise.
The wonder of a meal on a stick. Go Pokes!
Porcelain berries! As found in Pennsylvania by my friend, Jacqueline.
My maternal grandmother, pictured below, died when I was weeks old. I met her once in one of her final days in the hospital. An infant on her belly, cuddling. I look at this photo and wonder overcomes me — this woman is part of me and I always wish I knew her more. The photo below is of my mom, a toddler, and how I wish I knew her as a toddler, how fun would that be?