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I am currently navigating these blog discussion boards to figure out how to post the Digital SLR photos I take with my Nikon onto their own Page/Tab. Until then, I wanted to share a photo I snapped (and edited) while scouting this epic sunset location I’d been to, but could not remember for the life of me how to get back to. And we found it! And no, I wasn’t successful getting a sunset shot. But, while I was finagling with my camera’s Manual settings in order to catch that setting sun, I turned around and saw this scenic ambiance framing the path we took in, leading us toward the ocean. Here we are looking North East into California from a La Jolla cliff in San Diego. If you click on it, you will see more detail. Jan152015_1938January 15, 2015 around 5:00pm.

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San Diego really is such a beautiful city to live in. The lack of disturbing to the heavenly weather we experience allows for us to remember why we are so lucky on the daily. A stretch of 3 days hot, windy weather can remind one why when there is good weather, you can quite literally weather the bad.

I woke this Sunday not sure of my intentions for the day. I had an idea, but wanderlust can be debilitating when feasibily not in the priotization realm (FINALS). But flowers have  been on my brain. So, that became the mission to accomplish this gorgeous day. A Sunday La Jolla Farmer’s Market it was.  I needed some veggies, fruits and sweets too.

After collecting my yummies and new flower decorations ,and of course bedazzling myself in the prettiest of jewels – just to see how they would look before I left, I came home and relished in the cheerfulness of my new bouquet.

For whatever reason this funny topic popped into my head – I was never told the story of the birds and the bees. I wonder if it would have changed the way I look at myself and the world. To it’s credit, it really is a great example to a young human how the world goes ’round, and it’s fragility. ::heart sinks, hope rises::

Wikipedia’s use of words is awe-striking and accurate. The worthiness of this post soley stems from this comical but interesting-thought(“the birds and the bees” story)-of an article.

The birds and the bees – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

 

 

And now, I’m off to accomplish some homework before work. Speaking of life cycles. #roundandroundwego