Category Archives: Positive Psychology
Over the weekend my siblings came to visit. It was a lot of fun having them here, and we did a lot of driving around checking out the New England foliage for the middle of October. On Saturday, we drove … Continue reading
A few years ago when I worked at the museum on campus, we hosted a visiting artist who was commissioned to do an outdoor, site-specific artwork while some renovations were being done to our physical space. Meaning: the museum had … Continue reading
… even at Home Depot. What do you see?
One day a year ago a friend and I were out biking on a beautiful fall day when this pickup truck drove by us. It had a box full of produce and I got the biggest kick out of it… … Continue reading
Another one I did not take, but it seemed like it would be a good time to take a break from fall! This photo was taken in November of 2011 when Mark and I went to visit our youngest daughter … Continue reading
I notice… The water droplets on the leaves The green leaves on the ground. It must’ve been windy, although it made me think (and I’m sharing my ignorance here, but this was my thought process. I don’t remember the whole … Continue reading
So the title is three of the things I noticed. What do you notice?
This is one of those shots that while walking, it seems like everything is pretty much brown, or yellow, or orange… except if you look closer, it’s not. I notice… The multi-colored maple leaf; it even has green mixed in … Continue reading
Last week I took a bunch of photos on my walk in the woods. I love meandering and looking at what views I’d like to share with you. But I have to say, it takes me a lot longer to … Continue reading