Friday, August 19, 2016

Low-Key Day

Today has been a  low-key day. Both Jilda and I were off work, and she's been a little under the weather.

We did get out and walk early and get some chores done, but I spent much of the day reorganizing the songs we've written through the years.  I always record a version of the songs we write and it would be clever to save them in a folder together so that finding them would be simple, but alas I'm sometimes not that clever.

After several hours of organization, I did backups on the cloud in case my computer went south along with the backup drive.

This evening she did us a small hamburger steak with English peas and quinoa. She also sliced some fresh tomatoes from the garden to round out the meal and it was delightful.

 At one point while waiting for the steaks bake in the oven, she stepped over to the garden door to look at passing clouds. I snapped a photo.

I made it a black and white photo in honor of the first photograph that was taken 190 years ago.


14 comments:

  1. Low key it might have been, but it sounds as if it had all the important things in it.
    Love that photo.

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  2. I love black and white photos. Shes beautiful. I hope she gets to feeling better soon.
    Lisa

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  3. I love black and white photography and this is an engaging picture.

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  4. Beautiful picture.

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  5. That photo is frame worthy and sure blue ribbon fair winner! Hope Jilda feels better soon. Jack loves quinoa..I don't but I love him so I make it! Hope your weekend is good!

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  6. The meal sounds delicious, but, but you are a lucky dude, Jilda is beautiful (but her eyesight is probably bad). (SMILE) Isn't it nice to be happy and have a best friend as a wife!.............

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  7. The photo says a world of thoughts and feelings. Excellent.

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  8. What a great picture you got. Sometimes low key days are the best. Hope Jilda is feeling better!

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  9. Clouds actually manage our lives. Cloudiness has a lot to do with low-key days. At least, that's how I feel about it.

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  10. You've got a beautiful lady there!!

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  11. A day like you enjoyed is one to remember. It was just the two of you being comfortable together. It was nothing extraordinary but full of feelings.

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  12. I hope Jilda is feeling better! Beautiful photo! Low-key days are good days :)

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  13. The photo is really quite striking. I hope she is feeling better. Funny you mention the cloud because a friend of mine lost all her I Pad pictures and I mentioned the Cloud but neither of us know how to do this

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  14. Feel better, Jilda.
    Beautiful photograph....

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