Photo by Me, Cheryl Larkin
Lately it has seemed the sky has been giving me some fantastic eye candy. I do not know why but I have fallen in love with the clouds and seem to be having quite the love affair with them.
There is something about the colors in the sky and the depth of the clouds that has simply mesmorized me. I find myself getting lost in their beauty. They all seem so vivid to me. The clouds at times seem so close that I an almost touch them.
Photo by me Cheryl Larkin of Bell Rock in Sedona, AZ
Wow! I took Blythe and Evan up North to celebrate her 16th brithday and what a trip it was. We spent three nights in Flagstaff at the time share. That was a pretty relaxing time for me. I sat in the hot tub twice a day every day we were there.
Then we spent a night at oak Creek Terrace Resort in Sedona/OakCreek. It is a wonderful place. They have a little beach right there along the creek and that is where I spent most of my time. Evan really loved it too and spent a lot of time down there meditating and climbing up and down the creek. Blythe loved the rainbow hammocks and hung out there qutie a lot.
Photo By me, Cheryl Larkin of Painting I Painted
Paint on my hands makes me happy.
This morning I took a long hot bath and the shower and got myself all clean. Then I watched a couple of very intense and emotional episodes of Grey’s Anatomy. Cried my eyes out and had to remind myself to breathe but I love shows that make me do that.
Photo by my Dad, Bob Larkin of Bobcat in his backyard
Strange things happen, that is for sure. I wrote earlier this year about a morning walk I took where I had a bobcat cross my path. A Magical Morning. IT was quite the experience for me.
The other day a bobcat decided to bless my parents with his pressence in their backyard. They have lived in the same house for 45 years and never in all those years has this ever happened. My dad grabbed his cell phone and took a few pictures as the bobcat walked across the yard, got into the flower bed and then hopped the wall. Continue reading
Photo By Cheryl Larkin
Sometimes it takes a while to truly figure out what you want or where you want to go. I have been through so much in the last few years and I have certainly had my ups and downs and have been introcued to many new things.
I have, I feel been trying to force certain things because I felt that was my path, but now as I am starting to come out of the cobwebs things are starting to get clearer for me. I am learning what I am truly passionate about and it is not neccessarily what I thought.