Hello Spring!

 
Hello!  Long time, no see!  I hope you’ve all been well.
I’m feeling so happy that spring has finally arrived….I love this time of year. It brings to mind thoughts of renewal and fresh starts and because of that, I figured it would be an appropriate time to to pop in and see if I still remembered how to work my blog. A new beginning, of sorts.
Thank you to those of you who have inquired as to my whereabouts. Everything has been okay with me, but there have been a few things in my life that have made me pause and reflect a bit…holding those I love a little bit closer and trying to look at things with a different perspective. To do that, I needed to pare things down, I suppose.
Anyway, I’ve still been taking pictures and loving every moment of it. It seems like there is so much to learn and I just can’t make it sink into my head quickly enough!
This hyacinth photo is just one in a series that I took recently. If you follow me on Instagram you may have already seen. I do post there on a somewhat regular basis, since it’s much faster than blogging. My user name is arosynote if you’d like to visit.
Otherwise, I will hopefully see you again here soon 🙂
xo

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Okay, I’m Back


Hi, my name is Tricia and I used to blog. Do you remember that? Barely, you say? Yeah, me either 🙂
Anyway, here I am…back in my little bloggy space. Besides just being busy with life over the last few months, I’ve been feeling like I lost my creative mojo or some such thing. I’m not really sure why. I suppose that’s just how life is sometimes.

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Simple Splendor

Hello to you! How are things in your neck of the woods? Are you enjoying autumn or has it already passed you by?
Fall is such a pretty season, full of such simple splendor, that it’s too bad that it doesn’t last longer, don’t you think? Sometimes, I can hardly believe how awe-inspiring nature can be. There are moments when I look around and I’ll notice something that seems especially beautiful. Often it has to do with the way the light is falling…glimmers of a setting sun shining though the clouds…or the sun’s rays softly illuminating the trees, sending sparkly bits of light through the leaves as they flutter in the breeze. I know it sounds kind of weird, but sometimes I have moments where I’m so overcome by God’s creation that it almost makes me cry 🙂

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