Another beautiful day in Denver, sunny, low 80s, humidity about 25%, a great day to be here or anywhere for that matter.
I haven't been doing much except catching up with what's been going on with the family while I've been away, and of course being entertained by the grandkids.
Since I wanted to scan some old family pictures into the computer I'm in the process now of gathering the pictures into one place so I can determine just how daunting this task will be. From the pictures I've already found I can see that scanning every one of them would be a difficult and very time-consuming job which would never get done as lazy as I am. So it looks like I'm going to have to select the pictures that get scanned based on their quality and family historical importance. So if I've got a picture of my second cousin twice removed, its probably not going to make the cut.
It's still early spring here so my daughter's flower garden has barely started to bloom. There's a few tulips, some blue flowers, a few yellow flowers, and that's about it, so it looks like I'll have to go to a park somewhere to get any flower pictures.
I'm also giving some deep thought, very deep thought, some of the deepest thought that I've ever thunk, about my future mini-vacation plans.
You may recall last summer I bought a tent, a cot, sleeping bag, and other camping paraphernalia that's guaranteed to turn an absolutely miserable camping experience into a barely tolerable one, and used the aforementioned camping gear on several trips which brought back all the old memories of why I stopped camping in a tent decades ago.
Now that it's summer again I'm thinking about those enjoyable but barely tolerable mini-vacations and considering what changes it would take to turn those semi tolerable experiences into something that's both fun and comfortable.
Thinking of things way back in the misty past I hearkened back to the time when I switched from the misery of camping in a tent to camping in comfort, and what method of camping allowed me to made the drastic change from miserable to enjoyable. But since this post is getting a little long, tomorrow I will write more about the new ideas I have on how to enjoy my upcoming mini-vacations.
A yellow flower that I turned into a white flower. maybe I shouldn't be messing with mother nature.