|Sunset at our home in Breckenridge|
The month of September was very busy.
The last time I posted it was summer.
Now, our high altitude fall is nearly over.
Each gust of wind sends orange and gold aspen leaves
drifting to the ground.
My gardens have gone to seed.
This morning, we woke to snow on the high peaks.
More snow is expected tonight.
|early morning, Boreas Pass|
I've been playing with my new camera, an Olympus E-M1 Micro 4/3.
My former DSLR is over 9 years old and technology has advanced.
There is much to learn!
|blue sky, aspens, and mountains from downtown Breckenridge|
Our Denver house sold.
We moved last week.
Now, we're unpacking in Breckenridge,
finding space for items we kept.
We gave most of our city furniture and belongings
to family and friends.
We're happy to downsize and simplify.
|Boreas Pass Road|
Many of you left sustaining comments and have
subsequently inquired about the recuperation
of our friend, Barb S, from her bike accident.
She is feeling great, is back home, has resumed driving,
takes walks through town for exercise,
and expects to fly to the East coast for a wedding in October.
Her positive attitude and determination teach us valuable lessons.
Though her healing continues, she has regained her independence.
She's thankful for all your thoughts and prayers.
|our water feature "stream" at our home in Breckenridge|
Though I've sometimes been stressed and exhausted this past month,
I've tried not to fight the flow of life.
I have a couple questions for you:
How many soup ladles are enough?
Do I really need all these pots and pans when I don't even like to cook?
Until the next time...
(All photos Olympus E-M1)