Because today is Valentine’s Day, you’re likely to see hearts all around you.
Because I blog about my heart and others’ hearts, you’re likely to see hearts here on any day.
Here’s the first photo I took yesterday, at cardiac rehab.
I told Carla (who had drawn that heart with heart), “Carla! My heart doesn’t look like that!” She agreed, heartily.
Do you see hearts in my other photos from yesterday?
Here‘s a song with heart (which my heart found on Youtube by searching on “heart kalimba“)
Thanks — from the bottom of my unusual heart — to Ruth Akello, Béla Fleck, Carla, Michael, Oscar, Amber, and everyone else I love who helped me create this heart-filled post and to you — of course! — for bringing your heart here, today.
While I do have my moods of joy, sadness, fear, anger, and shame, I don’t think I’m particularly moody. However, I may be moody when I return to work tomorrow and the weather finally turns beautiful and sunny, which will probably improve other people’s moods.
Yesterday, during a moody and gray day, I was in the mood to see a movie. So I drove to Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, which has this moody street:
As I walked through moodily quiet Waltham towards the movie theater, I took these moody photos:
When I saw that sign for the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation, I got into a reminiscing mood, remembering a few years ago when my son Aaron and my boyfriend Michael were at that museum, enjoying all the interesting moods of a Steampunk festival.
May I also share that I used to sing and dance to the music of Camelot alone in my basement during the early 1960s and then got to do that on stage in the 1970s?
May I point out that I’m to the right of the Maypole and the sheepdog?
May I share LOTS of photos from yesterday’s Sheep Shearing Festival?
May I apologize for how long it took to load and/or look at all those photos?
May I say how much fun I always have at the Sheep Shearing Festival? May I also say that missing it last year (because of cardiac-related surgery) and the year before (because of pneumonia) made me appreciate it, even more?
May I show you two more photos, taken on this 1st day of May?
May I sheepishly ask you to leave a comment?
Many May thanks to all who helped me create this May Day post and to you — of course! — for visiting as you may.