This just in!

21 September, 2015              This just in!

How this happens I know intellectually but it still seems miraculous

Recycled from yesterday – just an irresistible image

Perhaps you saw the morning glory picture I put in yesterday’s blog post. I took that picture while visiting my handsome new nephew Wes. I saw a picture of my brother and his wife bringing Wes out of the hospital after Wes was born. My brother was smiling more than I’d ever seen him smile in his life.

When I met Wes this weekend, I found out why. Look at this handsome little dude and tell me YOU wouldn’t be smiling from ear to ear. And he’s got a great personality too!

Couldn't figure out why my brother was smiling so much - until I met Wesson!

Couldn’t figure out why my brother was smiling so much – until I met Wesson!

Morning Glory at the top, Wesson in the middle, roses from my yard this morning at the bottom, can’t improve this, have a great week, see you Sunday,


Late September rose

Late September rose

What a treat!

What a treat!

About Jay McLaughlin

I am a rehabilitation counselor. I have many friends with autism and traumatic brain injuries. They help me learn new things constantly. I hike with dogs at the James River in Richmond - a lot. I've completed an Iron distance triathlon a year for 11 years. My most recent was in Wilmington, NC in November, 2013. I currently compete in mid-distance triathlons. And work and hike and take pictures and write and eat.
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4 Responses to This just in!

  1. Jean Yerian says:

    All three absolutely beautiful!

  2. That morning glory has been cold–makes for the deepest color. If I had the time I’d study the effects of changing temperature and humidity and day length on color and longevity in morning glory flowers. Instead I just take ten million photos. And that is a magic baby.

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