I'm once again staying in touch with things that make me happy and this week I'm acknowledging this:
1 - Mail art definitely makes me happy and after being away for the weekend, I came home to a mailbox with several pieces of arty mail. Smile.
2 - Two days spent with my best friend - talking and shopping and planning and talking some more. Love.
3 - Bowling for charity - my gosh, I haven't bowled in years and years, but this was for a good cause. Fun.
4 - A week without rain, in the spring, in Seattle - totally amazing and so enjoyable to be able to go out for walks, take some spring-time photos, be warm. Contentment.
5 - I read a GREAT book and for the readers among you, I definitely recommend this. Winterdance by Gary Paulsen is an interesting, well-written true story about a man's first run in the Iditarod. Engrossing.
Liv Lane, so if you'd like to share a few things that made you blissful this week, link in - we'd love to share your joy.
FLOWERS, day 11:
Yesterday Lori Moon showed the advantages of taking photos of flowers from different perspectives, like from underneath or lying on the ground shooting up to the sky. Last summer I tried the same experiment and though I didn't lay on the ground, I just held the camera away from me, down amongst the iris stems to see what would happen. I got some cool images.....
So, get down at bug level, or stand on a chair and get a birds eye view - change it up and see what happens!