The lobby of my doctor's office is filled with framed pictures he took. Wall to wall. There is this one photo of the railroad bridge spanning over the Chattahoochee river. I stood there admiring it this morning as I was waiting to be called back.
"Are any of these for sale?" I turned and asked the receptionist.
"You'll have to ask the doctor that," she replied.
I didn't have time to wait the required hours to see my doctor, and soon was called back by my favorite nurse. My nurse gave me my injection and I was free to go. I stopped and looked at that photo one more time before leaving the bustling lobby. I remarked to myself that I would just have to take a similar photo with my own camera.
The daffodils are already blooming these days. I saw several flower beds flush with the color yellow on the drive home. Spring is almost here and I grow excited. Thankfully, I didn't get the doldrums this winter like usual. It has been a pleasant journey through these dark and cold months.
Well, I am off to clean house, wash clothes, and fold laundry before heading in to work. I will try to get back in a habit of writing more these days.