I’m happy to meet you. My name is Karen. I live with my husband in Florida although I grew up in the Midwest. We have raised three children and now enjoy seven grandchildren. An elementary school teacher for many years, I recently retired to pursue my loves of writing and photography, although my scope of interests stretches in many directions. As a result, my blog can be expected to blow here and there as does the wind. Life is good and I can’t wait to share my perspectives with you. Yours’ interest me as well, so let me hear from you. I look forward to reading your comments and promise to respond to as many as I can.
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You sure do take some gorgeous pictures! I grew up in the Midwest as well(Chicago),but now live in California with my husband and 2 kids. Thanks for visiting my blog, and I will be back to visit yours again.
Thanks, Carol. That’s quite a compliment coming from you. I enjoy reading your blogs. Such wisdom! I look forward to visiting frequently.
I didn’t realize you had a blog! I’m so excited. It’s beautiful. 🙂 Thank you forever for your connection to your amazing family up here in the good ol’ Northeast!
Dear Karen… thank you ever so much for your comment… I love this page! I feel a wonderful energy from your words… I can see and hear happiness… may you be blessed…
This picture of you makes me SMILE! I, too, am enjoying seeing the beautiful photographs. Thanks for visiting my blog…it pointed me to this one!
Thank you for your post to my blog. It’s so nice to know that someone is actually looking at it. It’s also very nice to meet you. Although we live at opposite ends of the country, I believe we have a lot in common. I really look forward to following your blog and seeing your wonderful photos…not to mention the wonderful poetry.
Karen – what a great photo of wonderful you — your photography is beautiful – it reflects your soul. I grew up in the Midwest also, Minnesota, and now I live in California – near a wildlife refuge. Thank you for visiting my site and leaving your beautiful comments.
I love that dazzling photo, Karen! I’m glad to meet you and find your blog. Look forward to more visits.
Happy New Year, Karen!
Beatutiful photos of birds! You must have to sneak up on them to get such great shots. Good luck. =Paul
Thanks, Paul. Many of the water birds, particularly in pubic places, will hold still for you. With others I’ll confess to being sneaky. You have to be willing to sit quietly until the bird doesn’t feel threatened by your presence.
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Ahh, so you did write the poem. A very talented woman, I see. Your energy is infectious!
I definitely love your work!!! Keep preaching Jesus 😉 http://AmazingNews.us will be looking at you 😉
Thank you. I love God with all my heart, soul, and strength. If He can use me, then I am grateful.
hey morningjoy – where are your best or dearest photos?
Best photos? They may just be some that I took this past weekend. Dearest photos? Those of my loving family members.
I thoroughly perusing enjoyed your Flickr site, . Your photos reveal sensitivity toward the people of our world. I found your photos of Chad touching. They tell a story of beautiful people who have experienced hard times. You are an excellent photo journalist.
very good pictures!
You certainly get an A+ for positivity and being an amazing uplifting person! Your blog certainly does bring a bright, fresh bit of daily morning joy 🙂
Thankful you are back..
Betty! How delightful to hear from you. Hope all is well.
ThinkI found a bird of a feather. Lovely blog enjoyed your posts:) looking forward to having time to read the rest
Likewise! It’s a pleasure to meet you.