Posts filed under ‘a moment’

Wordless Wednesday

Pasadena, California


March 27, 2019 at 12:55 pm 2 comments

Wordless Wednesday

Albert Einstein and Jordan pondering ~
Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, CA

March 6, 2019 at 1:27 pm 1 comment

saturday stare #8

~ a tumtum sandwich ~

“Nothing better than tumtum while couching with my brothers.”

“It’s like the bestestestest ever!!!!”

March 2, 2019 at 1:36 pm 6 comments

Luna’s lullaby

cradled by moonbeams

turning pages of a dream

swaddled in slumber

February 1, 2019 at 4:55 pm 4 comments

a moment ~ ~ ~


Version 2

pre-run prep…


each giggle begets

an indelible memory

that brightens my spirit


warms my heart…



Photo dated 12.24.18

January 23, 2019 at 9:42 pm 4 comments

sunrise in the ‘shire




a view from the deck


pines swaddled in white ~ ~ ~ asleep

on the edge of morn ~ ~ ~ envision

the beauty …………………………………. of a seeping sunrise.




January 20, 2019 at 5:54 pm 6 comments

4:19pm 12.27.18




each moment is a snapshot…

embracing my heart ~ ~ ~



January 13, 2019 at 9:01 pm 3 comments

strokes of a pen

. . .

our eyes connected,

a few words spoken,

smiles exchanged…

for the briefest of moments

each one belonged to me.

only me.

. . .

though our time shared was brief,

their time bestowed will live in my forever…

. . .


a few of my prize possessions…Mikhail Baryshnikov, Frederick Franklin, Alexandra Danilova, Suzanne Farrell, Patricia McBride

. . .


One of the greatest classical ballet dancers of all time…

. . .

. . .

January 2, 2015 at 2:36 pm 13 comments

Weekly Pet Challenge – Throwback Pee



June 28, 2005 – about six month’ish’


Yesterday, I was cleaning a mound of papers and miscellaneous items at work and came across this little gem up above – I have never seen this photo.  With that said, it was taken by her daddy.  Judging from the tape and the pile of paper it was tucked in, I deduce it came from Bill’s first office – he moved locations in 2006.

Sydnee Pee became a member of our family on March 6, 2005 and at the time she was approximately 3 months old.  What is cute about this photo (other than Pee being cute all the time) is that Sydnee Pee had not grown into her body quite yet and her coat was not the golden honey color you see now.  Also, she used to drink her water sitting down and if you take a real close look, you can see a stream of water falling from her mouth, which by the way is presently common, except she drinks standing up.  (Imagine a horse drinking from a trough:)






December 30, 2014 at 1:08 pm 26 comments

The Nutcracker Act II – Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy


The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy



celesta keys strike


dainty pink pointes enamor


a charming classic



The celesta, an instrument invented in 1886, gets its name for its “celestial,” tinkling sound.  It provides the distinctive music that accompanies the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. It is a struck idiophone operated by a keyboard.  Tchaikovsky is considered to be the first major composer to utilize the celesta in a musical composition – his Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy is the most well-known. (For the music buffs in the audience, Tchaikovsky first used the instrument in a symphonic poem – The Voyevoda in 1891 – The Nutcracker was written in 1892.)

December 22, 2014 at 2:30 pm 4 comments

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