I chose this title today because:
- “I Spy” reminds me of an old game (“I spy with my little eye …”),
- “I Spy” reminds me of an old TV show (and its theme song)
(video on YouTube here)
- and “I Spy” is one of those topics that lets me post whatever images I want.
Let us begin!
I spy, with my little eye, something that begins with the letter “d”.
Hmmm. That’s probably difficult to see, with the angle of the picture and the barrier of that fence.
Let’s do that one over, with something closer, more recent, and easier on the eyes. Again, I spy, with my little eye, something that begins with the letter “d.”
That’s my neighbor Karen’s new dog, whom I met yesterday morning. That puppy spied me, too:
Let’s face it, I might as well just end this post here. Everything from now on is going to fade in comparison, cuteness-wise.
But there’s more to life than cute, right?
I spy, with my little eye, things that begin with the letter “t.”
Again, I’m making this difficult, aren’t I? Indeed, when I saw that, this weekend, in Arlington’s Bicentennial Park, I remarked to bf Michael, “Can anybody really tell what those are?” Michael pointed out that stone carvings were not easy to execute, and he suggested I not be so judgmental.
I’d like to give you a better chance with that one, too. I spy, with my little eye, things that begin with the letter “t.”
Those are all trees I saw at Tower Hill Botanical Garden, shown previously in this post. I am happy to present them to you again, in their true colors, since I inadvertently was filtering all my photos back then.
I have to tell you, when I look at those filtered photos (in posts starting here and ending here), I still feel a little bad. Slightly green, perhaps. As a matter of fact, I have been avoiding revisiting those posts. And when I do, I have thoughts like these:
What was I thinking? How could I have NOT noticed how odd all those photos look? It’s SO obvious to me, now. And I pride myself on my ability to see and observe! Ha!
But then I remember how it helps to
- let go of the actions of the past, and
- embrace the idea of “good enough.”
And sometimes, you get a do-over. Like here, today!
As for those original posts with the greenish photos, I am leaving them as they are, for the most part. However, I’m going to change all the photos of people in my life, because I want them to appear to others, as they do to me, with all their beautiful colors.
I spy, with my little eye, things that begin with the letter “f.”
Before I’m something that begins with the letter “l” — “late” — let’s do one more game. I spy, with my little eye, something that begins with the letter “c.”
If you’ve read any of my previous posts, you might guess that it’s …
But it’s actually this:
That can’t possibly be good for me, could it?
Thanks to “I Spy” (both versions), dogs, my downstairs neighbor Karen, people who do their best, trees (no matter what color), friends, cats, chia, chocolate, and — of course! — you, for spying here, today.