Six hours of traveling by car to/from the great north. The trip was a success. I took this selfie on the way back in Merrillan, Wisconsin, a town of 542 people.
In addition to fundraising, I have donated my time and talents to NAMI Dane County as event photographer and as a NAMIWalks organizing committee member for the past seven years. NAMI Dane County recognizes my efforts each year as an in-kind donation, and this year, I’m a start/finish line sponsor. Join me in thanking NAMI …
NAMIWalks Dane County 2021 is a little over two weeks away. I’ve raised $1,455 so far, and our walk team Inspire Love has raised $2,910. Keep the momentum going. Give generously! It’s for a great cause – mental health. I love you all! Last year, I raised $1,945. Help me raise the roof and give …
My last visit to Strawberry Point, Iowa, was in 2018, and this time, I wanted to get the definitive photo of the World’s Largest Strawberry. This is for you, Hud & Elle! Quietly, I found myself in Iowa yesterday. I say quietly because I only told a couple of people I was going. I had …
My photos were my gift to Andy & Kristin upon the baptism of their baby daughter yesterday. I published 44 photos of the baptism and the reception. It was wonderful to read the reactions of his family and the Trinity family. What a beautiful day it was!
Luke on a morning full of mystery and fog. Marlborough Park, Madison, 6 am. 8/7/2021. When I saw the fog outside this morning, I made sure to grab my camera as Luke and I went for our morning walk. Do you like foggy mornings too?
This moon is tonight’s moon. This moon is not like other moons. This moon loves you. This moon dances in preparation. For tomorrow is the full moon. But here tonight, right now, this moon wants you to know that love is real.
This sandhill crane came by and ate birdseed near a feeder I have in the yard. I live two blocks from Dunn’s Marsh, so I see these guys from time to time. Check out the video to hear his call. Loud!
Luke wants you to know that he understands. He hears you. He listens. And it’s going to be okay. Luke says, “Take heart, friends.”
My parents came down to Fitchburg on Saturday and met Annie. We had take-out from Tapatios, and I had ordered a red velvet cake to celebrate my mother’s birthday. My folks look pretty good for their age, right?