On Saturday, I did some shopping and cooked a meal for my daughter and her family since they just came home from the hospital on Friday. They were tired of eating fast food, so I made them a homemade chicken pot pie. I brought it over and spent some time with my daughter and granddaughter (my son-in-law was sacked out--he hasn't been feeling well for a while). Sunday was filled with church activities and visiting my mother at the nursing home and another Sunday School member who broke her leg in four places. She is in a rehab center across the bay. By the time I got home I realized that although I had plenty of photo opps that day, I don't think I had even taken my camera out of the case.
Sunday was also a sad day for those in my Sunday School class and church family. Bobby Shaw, a leader in my Sunday School class was found dead at his home. We were all saddened by the loss of our friend. Many of us went out to lunch together just to be together. Perhaps that's another reason why I never even thought about my camera. My mother didn't recognize me when she first saw me either. Somehow, it just didn't feel like a camera day.
Over half of Monday was spent at the auto mechanics getting my car repaired. I did remember to take a pic or two there, which I will post for Monday. So, I've got a lot of catching up to do, although I might have to do it a little along. I enjoy looking at your photos and want to, as time permits, go back through what I've missed and see what you have been photographing.
Thank you so much for your comments on my work. You have been so encouraging to me as I try to hone my skills and have fun taking pictures.