I was born and grew up in South Carolina but have spent the last 36 years of my life in North Carolina. Since North and South Carolina once were one state I consider myself a Carolinian. The previous name, Carolina was a tribute to King Charles I of England. Later in 1792 Carolina became North … More I Love North Carolina
Norie, my black cat, loves to be involved when I am doing anything around the home. Changing the covers on the bed has always been a favorite with her. Here are some pictures showing how we work together like a team(?). Well at least we have fun. Never a dull moment when Norie helps me … More This is the Way We Make Our Bed
Where would our lives be without animals. From prehistoric times, they gave us food, their hides for shelter and clothing, tools for weapons, sewing, and creating other necessary items. We observed what they ate, how they protected themselves, where they moved for: warmer weather, better supply of foods, berries and nuts and so many other … More Amazing, Fascinating, Animals
Since spring is in full swing many of you are planning beach trips soon. There are others, like myself, who have to wait till later to go. So I thought I would give you some encouragement for your trips; as well as some beauty to soothe your longing for the beach. These are some of … More Beauty and the Beach Photos
There are three kinds of reflections that I know of and I derive pleasure in capturing them to share with others. As a photographer I have always loved the reflections on bodies of water. There are times when a lake or pond has no wind ruffling the waves and the water’s surface is like a … More Reflections Can Be So Beautiful
I love to go to our Asheboro Zoo, in Asheboro, North Carolina. At least once a year I go with my friends to see what’s new or what we may have missed on the last trip. But I also enjoy the old favorite animals. The zoo covers 500 acres with five miles of pathways covering … More I Love the Asheboro Zoo!
I am, and have been for a long time a “tree hugger.” Being a teenager in the 60s, I was a “flower child” of sorts. I loved living things and nature. I have always had a special bond with trees. Trees are a life form I love and respect. These sentinels of nature have “seen” history … More I Love Trees