Daily Reminiscence Of Our Lives
“Hello February! Please be good to me.”
Took a short stroll on a new trail in Milford Mill in cold and wind, brrrrr. Thankfully the sun was playing peekaboo.
Later on in the afternoon we had an impromptu photo shoot in the kitchen. Models are: Mag, Toto and Puffy Rice.
Happy birthday to my husband of 17 years even though he is in California celebrating it.
Sunrise is back! We had so many gloomy days lately I haven’t had a sunrise photo since 2/12/2020!
Since our shop is moving we only have time for a quick walk at Silver Creek park. Here are some moments from there.
Rain, rain, rain….
We ended back at Meadowood in the morning.
Mag got new PJs and was sporting it in the evening. Little jailbird.
We’ve enjoyed another trail hike in Patapsco Valley State park.
I did some gardening in the afternoon, taking advantage of the nice, sunny weather. Mag took a nap on his cot.
We stopped at Meadowood for our evening walk and caught the sunset.
We are going to Alexandria, VA today to surprise my hubby on his upcoming birthday. While everyone else is celebrating we sneak out for a walk in the neighborhood.
Most houses in this area are well kept and have wonderful statues in their yards – outside and inside-.
Cat pics today. Pretty cold in the morning – in the 20s – so we skipped our walk. Uneventful evening walk but kitkats wanted to snuggle.
Today’s sunrise wasn’t as colorful as usual but I still enjoyed the wonderful cloud formations and contrails.
Several Silver Maple trees are in full bloom in Silver Creek park. They look like tiny fireworks.
Narcissuses are almost ready to bloom in front of our cathouse.
Sunbathing dandelion on our morning walk. Smart flower! It feels so much better on the sun.
Mag cuddling in his travel carrier with his new dragon plushie.
We had to run out to get some rotisserie chicken on this lazy day and found this wonderful park next to Wegmans in Columbia. We are going to investigate this location at another time, within a blog post. Lake Elkhorn is on our list officially.
18F this morning. We took our time to get outside and walk, even though it was sunny. We warmed up by the end but still needed a hot latte to take off the chill.
Thug Mag Valentine.
Winter indeed, he finally had a chance to wear his Christmas present.
Windy, coldish, rainy, dreary, gloomy day. My little ray of sunshine in his blue raincoat is the only color today.
We are getting ready for our shop’s relocation so I dug out Mag’s travel carrier to have with us on site. With new plush dragon in place he is ready to hang out at the office more comfortably.
Having rain for days makes me appreciate today’s sunrise even more. I would love seeing this every morning. Less then half hour later it was overcast yet again.
Mag is ready for Valentine’s Day.
More rain but awesome wet shots.
Even though we did a quick supplies run and walked as well, since it was a rainy day I only have indoor photos. This is Simone letting it all hang out.
In bed all day with the flu. I still got a pic today. My hubby took this of Mag.
We were driving to Emmittsburg today to get a cap for our pickup truck and there were these gorgeous horses on location. Mag made friends with them right away.
We’ve decided on the way back to check out a short trail in Catoctin Mountains up NW.
Rain, rain and more rain. It seems like that’s going to be the motto for February.
Another rainy day. We got lucky and hit a window of dry hour to walk, thankfully.
Toto and Halo hanging out underneath the heat source.
We had heavy rain overnight so everything is covered with water droplets. I love the photo opportunity it gives.
Staying home for a day definitely has its perks. We headed over to Leakin park for a leisurely walk. I love the giant mosquito, praying mantis and the squirrel sculptures on display at the Nature Center.
In the afternoon I was checking on my Mahonia bushes and got surprised by the ample tiny yellow flowers and dozens of bees. I love these plants! So hardy, easy to maintain and they flower from mid January.
Wonderful day for our morning walk. Clear blue skies with contrails. This magnificent Sycamore tree is in Meadowood Regional park.
Sunday, funday started out with a mesmerizing sunrise over Baltimore.
Later on we were dropped of at Harpers Ferry while my hubby ran some errands close by. I was a bit worried about rain but we got lucky and had a wonderful walk for a few hours.
February started out chilly with overcast skies but this first day ended up being a pleasantly sunny day by the afternoon. Until it started to drizzle around 5PM.