Lois Reynolds Mead

Art and a pink monkeyflower in a native plant garden…

Another fine definition of retirement…

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Terry, being the nice guy that he is, left his iphone with me yesterday so I could use my auditory flashcard ap of Italian words to practice for today’s class. Little did he know that he would return to find it filled with new photo aps for the camera. There is a whole world of possibility out there, folks. As I was blithely snapping shots of my moss rocks and remembering my first Kodak Brownie camera, I realized I had hit on a nice new definition of retirement. Should we call it a perk? Here it is: “Retirement is: time to watch the moss grow on your moss rocks.” The whole key to it is, I guess, the ability to not feel guilty for taking the time to observe the rocks in your garden. Here are my observations for today, through a new lens and without any guilt:

Author: loisreynoldsmead


One thought on “Another fine definition of retirement…

  1. The first photo is taken with Best Camera (as in “the best camera to use is the one you have with you.” The second shot is with Shake it. You actually shake the iphone like with a Polaroid. Too cool.

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