I like to play with photo prompts on Instagram and this week one of those prompts was upside down.  Birds at Fountain Lake here in Richmond. So I flipped this photo and something about the birds flying into the bottom corner made my brain buzz (and maybe made me feel a tad dizzy.) Pipeline walk in downtown Richmond.  As much as I get a certain routine comfort in knowing I can plant myself on the couch in front of the… Read more »

   Sending out a little “Instahappy” from my Instagram account. Cousins playing bouncy house basketball   Summer raindrops   Donuts!  By the way, my hub’s t-shirt says, I know the muffin man. You know, the one who lives on Drury Lane?    Farmer’s Market tomatoes (for after donut cleansing)   Something cuddly. Actually, I don’t know what kind of caterpillar this is, so I probably wouldn’t suggest getting too close.    Blue heron waiting patiently for dinner at the James… Read more »

  The social media news that I’ve been hearing recently is teens are leaving Facebook. My knee jerk response: I’ll come with you. Facebook is not my favorite way to connect online.   Instagram is a way to connect via your pictures   According to a mediabistro article, my attraction to Instagram is due to a desire to escape from Facebook. It’s kind of true. I mean I’ve been on FB for two years, but still I feel like the… Read more »