It is easier to lean
Than it is for one to stand
These trees caught my attention because I usually only see one or two trees at an angle. It looks like the smaller trees are leaning to get a good look at the tall tree’s branches 🙂
I’ve been on a procrastination binge lately, so I’m quite pleased with myself at the moment, because I managed to finally update my ‘About Me’ page. It was last updated in 2011 and I meant to look at it around my third blog anniversary in March… that obviously didn’t happen! I’m good for another two years, so I think I’ll just relax and be cat now:
On second thought, maybe being a cat isn’t all that great…
Disclaimer: no cats were forced to work or permanently traumatized as a result of any of the photos. Sammy (the elf cat) has since retired as Santa’s elf. She much prefers climbing the Christmas tree and breaking ornaments instead.
Since you are smiling (I hope) and in a good mood, I hope you can be swayed to respond to my solicitation for input: Can anyone share any lesser-known things (or favorite things) to do around Washington DC (or within a 2-hour drive) that may not be on the radar for tourists?
I’m looking for a scenic 3 to 5 mile hike, inexpensive local restaurants, or other kid-friendly things we should consider checking out while we’re in the area next month (our kids are 10 years and 7 years). Of course, if the suggestions provide blog photo opportunities, that’s even better 😀
I appreciate any ideas!