Good morning, from Mooresville, North Carolina!
(Note: I did not bring my camera, just my older Iphone
I shall apologize for the quality of the photography in advance.)
Alas, I am not here to visit Dale, Jr. Though my daughter has met him.
She says he is just a good ol’ country boy, very down to earth.
I was sad to hear about his retirement, he will be missed!
Time flies by.
Hard to fathom, it is just one month short of year since my last visit.
FaceTime dinner with my granddaughter/daughter and her fiance’ has been the upside of modern technology!
My 3 1/2 year old granddaughter said to me just last week,
“G’ma, when are you going to visit me?”
To which I replied, ” I will have to ask Santa, after all he is a clever fellow.
Perhaps he can help answer your question.”
That appeased her and off we went onto making silly faces and her showing
me the latest tricks of dancing, twirls, favorite colors and counting to 20 and above.
Actually my ticket was purchased and I would be there to surprise her within 5 days.
I felt giddy with excitement.
Sadly, at that moment, I realized, there was no recent memory of such a rush of adrenaline or that same excitement that sparked my brain, caused my heart to sing.
Being a serious adult had gone on way too long.
Embrace the priceless moments.
See the beauty in the side yard!
“Play is the highest form of Research” – Albert Einstein
“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.” – Carl Jung
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” – George Bernard Shaw
Kind Regards and feeling open to all the world has to offer. – K