I am having another adventure, with sisters and cousins! I planned to do a collection of recent people photos for today's post. But the internet here won't support the usual load that is required for a post, so I have decided to post two photos a day for this whole week. Please check back when you can, or wait and look at the final product next weekend!
This is the morning view from our gathering place, in northern Vermont -- a portrait of a place, at a certain time, in honor of sharing family stories and playing games and recognizing how we are connected. I am also having fun!
Last week I had this final medical check-up with Ed Scott, physician extraordinaire in Morehead. He has the sense and the audacity to retire soon, though an entire community is in mourning because they rely on this fine and caring doctor who will be greatly missed.. I dared to take this photo and say these things here and to him because our families are longterm friends, and he knows I love making a good photo of those I feel connected to. Along with all your other patients, Ed, I say a big thank you for a job so well done. May you have good health yourself for a long, long time to come. Bravo, Ed, always.
day 2, Monday:
I am still in Vermont, but this photo was made in Kentucky. I have posted this before -- my youngest grandchild, who is of course growing fast. So far she remains as fascinating as always, and is very much her very own self.