I am definitely finished with Huffington Post. The picture of the slain elephants, the picture of the starving dog will live with me forever although just barely glimpsed in my scrolling down the messes of news. I don't want them in my memory bank. There is so much of 10 reasons why we should do such and such, or 6 ways to benefit something or other, or 5 things we should not eat. Over and done with you, Arianna, although I respect you tremendously. Yesterday, I went to Aljazeera and enjoyed.
My new mantra is "settling." It is an expression from my friend, Debbie. I use it to calm myself - mind and body - over things that could bother or worry or cause angst. It helps to "settled with it". I think it a better word than "adjusting" or "accepting." I just burned a huge batch of granola, and I am settling with it - I learned to use the timer on our stove.
There are some pictures that I want to share. Most recently, Mike and I camped at Crested Butte in Lake Irwin campsite for three lovely days. The colors are at their peak, the tourists are gone, the quiet and peace was serene, the views pristine, and our campfires were heavenly.
Ruby on the right
And still standing
Telluride's Via Ferrata across the way - the route is the line right above the red fingers at bottom of mountain
Columbine Lake up and over from Lewis Mill