I told you I was simple, besides who said, ‘It’s the small things.’ I agree completely. Since a young age I have always loved the contrasting nature of light and shadow. The way it changes whatever you are looking at into an entirely different thing, that something different has always engaged me and made me look a little harder. I believe this has been necessary for my writing, a key element into being able to describe and translate an idea into something you see and feel. Hopefully this is just a pleasant by-product of something I enjoy seeing.
Me being me I had to get a photo with this majestic beast of a horse, everything about it makes me happy. I want one for my front yard and I am not kidding. I climbed up its base without anyone but my family noticing and a few other innocent bystanders while my nephew took a couple of pics. I tried to be quick and nondestructive as to not get banned from this fine eatery. This makes me imagine my front yard and how I would want it to look one day when I build my little dream house. I want it to be interesting to the eye, it won’t be large but I don’t want it to be plain, never. My creative slightly odd, quirky and artsy architectural side won’t allow it. Thank goodness. This small moment made me happy and maybe the horse also. Is it just me or is that horse smiling?