Youngest daughter Aleta formed a heart with her hands, and appropriate picture to lead a brief nod to the women I love on Valentine’s Day.
Photographing on Ogunquit Beach in Maine. We’ve spent a lot of time there detaching from the noise of the world. She’s shown me how to slow down, watch and listen. Had she not been a patient teacher there would be no Scooter in the Sticks. I probably wouldn’t have a Vespa scooter. I know I wouldn’t be as good a photographer.
I still hope to someday see her riding her own scooter.
The only other person in the immediate family with a motorcycle license. When the warm weather returns perhaps we can go for a ride. Until then our adventures will be at the grocery store or cafe.
Daughter and granddaughter. I’ve given up on getting Hannah on two motorized wheels. But I’ll start planting the idea early with Emma. That and don’t trust boys.
The only female canine in the house, our one year old Belgian Sheepdog of the Groenendael persuasion. She comes by the name Hammer honestly. She pounds her Uncle Junior relentlessly even though he’s almost 30 pounds heavier. She’s a little battering ram.
And I love her. (And you too Junior) And Kim, Aleta, Hannah and Emma.
And not just on Valentine’s Day.