I have pondered this question oh so many times since Mike and I have returned back to Ohio from living full time on the Lady J. I still need to go back on our original blog and let folks know what our status is. For some reason I have been putting this off.
I have been told by many people how much they enjoyed reading the blog, not only our adventure, but the photos and such. So I kept wondering to myself would people read my blog if we weren't living aboard any more. Well that's the million dollar question. After talking with some of my friends, they told me to go for it. People will either read it or they won't. So I, or we (might get Mike to contribute once in a while) will continue a blog, but now it will be about our life on land. What will the blog include, well a little of everything. I have always been a bit eclectic so why shouldn't the blog be that way. I'll tell you about our adventures, share stories about our families, share projects we are working on, share an occasional recipe, talk about anything and everything that is going on. Do people really give a hoot? (cleaned that up a bit) well I guess we will see. But I will promise lots and lots and lots of photos, cuz that's what I do.
So where to start, well how about with today. (I will fill in the blanks of the past month in future posts). I wanted to share what a fantastic afternoon I had with a wonderful old friend. Hmm... let me rephrase that. We aren't old, but we have been friends since Junior High School, way back in the 70's.
|My dearest friend Kathy. I think that this was taken in 1982 or so. Quality of photo not great, but it was back in the 80's|
|Kathy and I taken just this afternoon. We maybe Silver Sisters, but we still got it!|
We spent the afternoon taking a long beautiful walk through the grounds of the Franklin Park Conservatory here in Columbus Ohio. (1777 E. Broad Street). For those that live in Columbus, everyone pretty much knows about this place, for those who don't it's AWESOME! The flowers, the gardens, the exhibits that change throughout the year. It's definitely a destination spot if you visit Columbus. Ok enough advertising. We enjoyed a long walk, talking and catching up on what's been going on in the last couple of months. So here are some photos that were taken today.
|Winding paths and water|
|Gentle water falls|
|Love that smile.|
|Having so much fun cooling off in the water.|
|They had a BIG BUG exhibit|
|Look who's watching.|