I looked down at the folded clothing in my laundry basket, realizing that I was once again distracted during my daily tasks. A “Best of 2018” list was dancing over the TV screen, and I had stopped mid-transit to the closet. I really like the lists. I stop what I’m doing to watch, or even worse, will go in search of them on youtube. Yes, I know this is odd behavior, but as I grow older I realize how much of the previous year I’ve already forgotten. Isn’t it nice to reminisce a little in our fast paced lives?
I even created my own “best of 2018” list:
- All of the people in my life I had time to enjoy: We had over 25 people come visit us from out of town, we went to see family in Hawaii and California, and we met many new friends on the island.
- The good health we enjoyed. Those of you who know us will understand the importance of having a healthy year! No illness and no injury!
- Golf. I learned how to golf (really golf) this year. While I’m no “stick” I am enjoying playing. Plus I have met the nicest people while having fun.
- Photos. I still don’t have mad skills behind the camera, but I live in a pretty cool place so I get to take some cool photos
Here are some of the better Photos. We will start with the Moon;
And then move to shots of Seattle;
Of course there is also Mt Rainier;
And then – well, just the water and sky shots;
Oh, and the Ferry;
I have also been able to catch a few animals in the yard;
I did go on a few trips this year so here are a few shots from my travels;
Thank you for visiting and sharing in my “best of 2018”. My one and only New Year’s resolution is to enjoy myself outside more. Hopefully I’ll get a few more hikes in, with the camera, and share more great shots!
This is a fabulous collection of photos. You guys have had an amazing year. I’m especially great full for the healthy part! I love seeing your adventures. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Thanks Lisa!! We miss you guys.
What a great year! Thank you for all the pictures and sharing your positive outlook. Wishing you a wonderful 2019.