The first camera club meeting of 2019 features the theme “delicate” with my favorite critiquer, Jeff Miller. I’m looking forward to this one.
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What I'm reading January 2019, The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom, Elizabeth and John Sherrill and The Horse Whisperers of Anaconda by Allen E. Rizzi. Details will be on my website at KimberlyMaxwell.com Tyler helped when I went to ttake the photo Gotta love #BooksandCats #KimberlyMaxwell #KimberlyHMaxwell #KiminWNC #coverscatsandclicks
I made a resolution a long time ago to never make resolutions again but it doesn’t stop me from looking back and looking forward. Continue reading
Early December, the weather forecast was calling for Snowmageddon, so I picked up a few books from the library, both about the Appalachian Trail or AT for short.
We got about 11″ and I spent more time on the computer and clearing snow off our new trees but I started Grandma Gatewood’s Walk.
This year my smile seems a little more forced and I’m actually ready to just to go bed. We’ve had losses before, actually, several years close together, we lost family and it all comes more to the surface at Christmas. I still cry about losing Trinity. I know what you’re probably thinking. She was “just” a cat and it’s been 9 months and I should move on. Her death was such a shock and I just don’t feel “merry.” Or, that is not what Christmas is really about. I should celebrate Jesus and be grateful for salvation and the gift of eternity, and the time I have and had with my family. I guess you can’t fully appreciate the mountain tops if there are no valleys. Continue reading
Well, the snowmageddon turned out to be a lot like the December 2017 snow for us, just with a huge difference in what they were calling for.
2017 they called for about an inch, and we got 10″
2018 they called for a few feet, and we got about 10″ Continue reading