d u s t

My house is covered in a thin layer of dust; I am sorely against dusting and have been since I was a child. I cannot put the reason for this disdain into words, but I know that it is there. I haven’t done much housework recently, so there is also a layer of dirt and crumbs and debris on the floor. The winds have been violent recently, and last night we were gifted with snow on our highest mountain peaks.

I haven’t written much recently, blog or otherwise. I have been locked in my thoughts; the only thing that seems to inspire me is when I take my camera out of doors. It has been nice, and I have so many photos that document my walks and travels. We have started road-tripping again, though we haven’t been too far (time constraints and what seems to be a vehicle that dislikes long drives).

As it is April, and that means Camp NANO has started, I hope to have some words written in my current project. If not, I know that I will have some lovely photos to share with you.

(Photo post processed with Kim Klassen LR presets and textures.)


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