among the living!
I can still do a lot!
Thant's not the problem.
It's the time afterwards.
I definitely seem to have a slower recovery time.
The subject... a five day art retreat in beautiful Paso Robles.
I could have shared a ride with two other great ladies.
But, I chose to drive alone so I could ...
stop when I wanted,
listen to what I wanted,
and other selfish habits that I have carefully cultivated.I got a late start, paid for it on the dreaded "5" freeway.
Yes that's a zero mph on the dash.
Five and a half hours later I arrived in a very dark Paso Robles.
And, the sunrise from my bedroom window the next morning ...
But it's time to meet our hostess ...
Jeri is a force of nature, a dynamo,
with more personality and generosity ...
than anyone I have ever met.
Jeri and her husband Jerry live in a big house
on top of a hill overlooking Paso Robles.
Hidden away in the white structure is a commercial grade
art studio with every conceivable book, tool & supply.
I took over 200 photos during my 5 days ...
|taken on my walk|
so a few for now, and more each day.
A smile for Wednesday ...