Today we lost our lovely kitty Mr. Trouble. As a photographer he was naturally one of my favorite and sweetest subjects. I’m trying to remember a time before he was in pain.
Please leave comments below for Mr. Trouble or tell me about your own pets. Thanks for your support.
I’ve always been fascinated by how things grow! Other structures in the distance…
A weekly photo challenge entry from blastedgoat? How Unusual! Hopefully that will not be the case any longer!
Spring was hot but so far Summer has been cooling off. We’ve had crazy thunderstorms, hail and tornadoes. Markets have been going well and are about to start booming with produce. I’ve been working on Kaleidoscope Gardens (physical and online) along with my insane part time job at Dollar Tree so I’ve had little time to update here but I’ll have an abundance to post soon!
Another issue has been my computer. It doesn’t upload from my camera anymore so I’ll have to get creative about how to get all my recent photos online. While I figure out my technical difficulties enjoy shots from our warm yet productive Spring garden:
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Check out my new produce and market blog! I’ve been focusing on getting it up and running for the season. First market is in less than a week!
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The last year spent in a strange town was difficult to describe until I took a step back and came home. I spoke mostly in photos and mostly to strangers. I left many of my family members and friends behind. Now that I’m home I realize the space between us was always there, the distance just allowed it to grow.
I’m better at growing plants than relationships. I can keep a few precious ones close to my heart but others shrivel out in the long winter. I regret those I’ve lost but I suppose each encounter teaches me something about life.
If we find ourselves lost over the years, the good news is, that we can get that spark back!
I’ve left this blog for months at a time and yet I always come back when I learn something I need to share or have a folder bursting with photos of adventures to share.
Thank you for reading BLASTED GOAT in 2017 (and before… and beyond!)
P.S. These are the last photos I took at our old apartment. Goodbye (for now) Dubuque!
It’s been (mostly) fun in Dubuque for the past year and some change but a new job in our old town is causing us to move in the wintertime… in Iowa! However, I have wonderful news… My new part time job will be as a farm assistant and I’ll be selling plants, produce, goodies and crafts at markets in the Cedar Valley. Wish me luck! Also, sorry for not posting in December… life was incredibly insane at that point. I hope you all had happy holidays and I know we will have wonderful 2017s… all of us, I mean it!
The local views aren’t too bad… Not bad at all! I love to travel but still enjoy just walking around the neighborhood. I work about three miles from home (location of the fog photo) and the Mines of Spain are a five minute drive. It’s been pretty amazing exploring this new town for the past year. Can’t wait to see what I find next :)
I already miss this city… During my last visit to Denver I walked around snapping photos (something I do pretty much everywhere) When I look at photos from the places I’ve been I get a little nostalgic but I know someday I will go back and take even more photos. A never ending cycle… that I wouldn’t change for the world!