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Stop and take a photo of the roses.

September 17, 2010

Been walking everyday, or pretty much 5 days a week anyway, it has been good for me. The weather has been wonderful. Yesterday, I watched the fog roll in, of course that was while I was debating washing my truck that morning. (It poured rain, so it had a somewhat “washing”)

Walking time clears your head is good for your lungs, and you get to see people along the path doing the same thing you are. I nod my head in “hello” as we pass. I take a different route instead of just round and round, and sometimes end up going counter clockwise. (Story of my life) But all in all, I am so glad I have started this process.

Fall and winter is fast approaching, uhg, but the routine is underway. The other day, I stopped to take a photo of a rose in the sunlight, it was also a little off the path, but I am glad I took the time for that moment.

Enjoy your roses, refresh, take care of yourself; and I’m preaching to myself, but don’t forget the little things in life. 🙂

Warmest regards,

Cathleen Tyson. Sept. 17, 2010

Portfolio Print & Web Slide Show

June 24, 2010

Cathleen Tyson

Graphic/Web Designer     25 years experience in design

PRINT & WEB DESIGN

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Hard work blooms

April 15, 2010
Ant's view of the garden

Copyright C.Tyson 2010

Spring flowers are so refreshing after a long winter stretch. My mother has a beautiful garden that shows the thought and care she puts into it weekly. I remember the big box of bulbs that came in the mail last fall. After painstaking hours of digging, planting, watering, and probably praying after the late frost, beautiful colors have rose from the flower bed. Many drive by and enjoy what her hard work has bloomed. So this I share with you, too.

As the days pass in the Panhandle of Texas, we know at least there will be color surrounding us, even if another blanket of white snow interrupts. “Thanks Mom!”

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