Hello and welcome to my little space on the internet! I am taking a break from all the beautiful sunsets online to take in those around me, and to make my own sunshine on these cold, short days — to design, sew, walk, photograph, read, cook, explore, swim … all the things I will miss terribly when I can no longer see. (Between you and me, that day will never come, but it is best to never waste a . . .
During Sunsets for Kate I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from Emily who has a sister with Usher syndrome. Emily Ripley from Kansas City, Missouri Where and when was the sunset taken? This sunset was taken in Newport Beach, California in February 2017 while my sister, my mom and I were on vacation together. Why were you inspired to capture this moment? My sister . . .
Following on from Out of the Blue – read Part One and Part Two … (and the best place to begin, if new here, is 'Chasing Daylight') A tank? A white SFOR army tank WITH a driver in full combat gear and helmet? Oh goodness, I have the fright of my life (again). Even though I have become accustomed to seeing (and hearing—they were so loud) what I thought to be Black Hawk helicopters fly over . . .
During Sunsets for Kate I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from Julie who has Usher syndrome. Julie Ferguson from Orkney, Scotland Where and when was the sunset taken? This was taken in Japan, somewhere between Kyoto and Tokyo in August 2015. I was on the high-speed railway, the Shinkansen. Why were you inspired to capture this moment? This was a moment of . . .
Following on from Part One … “No,” I think as I consider the job offer in Ireland. “I have no idea … what I am doing, where I am going,” but know the trail of breadcrumbs doesn't finish here but leads to Bosnia. I know I have to say no and go. It has been less than five years since a ceasefire lifted the Siege of Sarajevo, and I don't recall when I first heard about Medjugorje, but I have to . . .