You are a strong, intelligent, beautiful, talented woman. Your strength has inspired me. Your wisdom has guided me. Your beauty has been passed down to me. Your talents impress me. Though I was the only child born to you, you have opened your arms to everyone who has needed a mother, and you have loved and cared for all of us even when you don't agree with us. You have always set me back on my feet, no matter how far away I have been. You have always been someone I could come to about anything, whether it's overwhelmingly enormous, or infinitesimally small.
The weather was beautiful this morning, so, since I finished chores at the barn earlier than expected, I decided to take a scenic drive. I pulled out my GPS, reset it to avoid highways, and set it for home. It took me along a pretty neat route. I kept stopping or turning around and looping back to take pictures. I got to see tiny towns in my county that I've never been through before.
I loved the wheels on the old Millburg Trading Post. It made me feel like I'd gone back in time.
I also loved the whimsy of this mural. I wonder who painted it, and why?
I thought it was really neat to see this sign. Autistic kids are prone to wandering off, giving their guardians panic attacks.
Aren't the butterflies cute?
This makes me think of @seedsower because I feel like she would make a point to visit. She'd probably take all sorts of wonderful pictures there, too!