What We Wore Wednesday

2 Classy Sisters

Rachel’s Look


| American Eagle Sweater | American Eagle Button Up | American Eagle Jeggings | Etsy Monogram | Jord Wood Watch | Lucky Brand Flats |

Even though it’s still pretty chilly outside I definitely have spring on the mind! I can’t wait until I can wear all my bright spring clothing again. Since I’m missing some color in my life I decided to go with a brighter button up under one of my favorite American Eagle sweaters. I like having a little pop of color, especially on a cold and snowy day. I also brought out my wood watch from Jord to wear. I just love how unique this wood watch is! Anyone else anxiously awaiting spring?

Michelle’s Look

| UOI Boutique top| UOI Boutique cardigan | American Eagle jeggings | Tory Burch riding boots | Tory Burch earrings | Etsy monogram necklace |

First off, sorry these…

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Stay Fly!

Through Open Lens

Bald Eagle ( Juvenile )

F/11.0,1/500, ISO 320.

Bald Eagle ( Juvenile )

How does a eagle greet the its prey in the water ?

“Pleased to eat you.”

Interesting Fact: Rather than do their own fishing, Bald Eagles often go after other creatures’ catches. A Bald Eagle will harass a hunting Osprey until the smaller raptor drops its prey in midair, where the eagle swoops it up. A Bald Eagle may even snatch a fish directly out of an Osprey’s talons. Fishing mammals (even people sometimes) can also lose prey to Bald Eagle piracy. See an example here. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Bald_Eagle/lifehistory )

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Screen Shot 2016-02-24 at 7.29.17 PMcoming into focus

only to disappear again

people you thought you knew

but never did

an emptiness festers

I try to remember

those forgotten

try to memorize

those still here

but already

their edges are blurry

shadows dance in details

I watch dark clouds form

on horizons

I walk: 

a faceless member

in a faceless crowd

already forgotten

before I had the chance to be remembered

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Dinata Misovec

I had a bone spur on my shoulder. It was poking into my rotator cuff and causing a good bit of pain with certain movements. I went to see the orthopedic guy on Thursday and we decided to get it fixed fast so I would be healed enough to drive the motorhome out of here by April 22. He did the surgery on Monday. All is well as long as I take the pain meds. But, my arm is in a sling and pressed up against my chest. I am just about helpless without my right arm. I can’t take pictures.  Andy is literally my right-hand man and is waiting on me hand and foot. Yes, he even ties my shoes.

I typed this with one finger.

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Another Mothers Day approaches 


It won’t be long now Mother, my dear,

Even though you’re gone and no longer here,

I love you so much and miss your smile,

The way you loved me all the while.
I caused you grief and upset your mind,

I never meant to be unkind,

I love you more with each passing day,

Same old me, same young you, love isn’t the same.
I miss you so much I want to be with you,

One last time to hold you and feel the love,

I’m so sorry I didn’t call round the day you died,

Leaving you alone to fear and cold, I died that day too.

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Soulful Sunday – 2/28/2016

Real Bold Truth

When The Savior Is Silent

A few weeks ago I had an opportunity to speak at a women’s group at my church. I shared a testimony about an extremely difficult period in my life that I refer to as my “Job-Like Experience.” It lasted nearly three years from late 2007-2011. I lost any and everything important to me back-to-back. The turmoil seemed to come out of no where! One day I was basking in calmness, then the next all hell seemed to break loose simultaneously!

I suffered multiple family deaths, broken relationships, I was going through a divorce, lost my home, suffered an attack on my health that landed me out of a fairly new job shortly thereafter. I found myself for the first time in my life utterly alone. Only my spiritual life remained and even that hung chronically in the balance. I was incredibly broken from the inside…

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