Highbanks Overlook, Aunt Felicia and Micah


Here are two “babies” in 

a group of one big

happy family.

Micah’s baby brother 

to Skyler.

Felicia is baby sister 

of  Carrie and Jamie.

Hope you float,

fly or soar





I sometimes

show it; often

will tell you:

I love you all!



Photograph taken,

Fall scenery,

Highbanks Park.


45 responses »

    • Thanks you, Derrick. Felicia is the one who suggested my photo might look better in black and white. She’s also the one you looked a few of her natural foods and healthy choices’ posts. She closed up that blog and is pursuing real estate havinr completed her licensing. Have a serene Sunday, my friend.

    • Thank you, Lisa! My youngest daughter is the one who chose to take my photo and try black and white. It was a blazing and colorful backdrop which distracted from the two subjects. I was pleased she suggested this and should have made a note on the post itself.
      Your black and white photos are always special. πŸ™‚

    • Thank you, Jill. Isn’t it frameable? It is impossible not to love that Micah! ❀ Felicia and I bonded for our years over her battle with JRA, multiple trips to Children's Hospital. She became part of an OSU medical study of her joints. At age 13, they measured and equated them with a 65 year old!
      When I wrote she was "my Hero" in an essay contest, for the Columbus Dispatch, we came in second. When most teenagers are ones who may use excuses, she always ran, played soccer and worked from age 15, sometimes three different jobs in high school. (She could spend it a little too quickly back then. πŸ˜‰ )

    • You are such a lovely friend and so happy we are connected now, Shehanne. πŸ™‚ Thanks so much! I was glad Felicia chose to change this brilliantly colored picture into black and white on her phone. You could not “see” the details in the people I loved as well in the color version! hugs xo

    • Thanks, Merril. The scenery was colorful and gorgeous but my youngest daughter pointed out how she took my photo and edited it to be B & W. It changed it into a much more personal and memorable photograph.:) So glad you liked this!

    • Thank you, Deborah. I am glad you felt uplifted! I had a great and colorful photo and when my daughter, Felicia, saw the fall foliage was taking the center of the picture away, she turned it into B & W: Genius move! Those two are like 2 peas in a pod. πŸ™‚

  1. Your posts and poems always help me feel good, Robin. And I agree with everyone else; there’s something about placing this photo in black and white that somehow ‘highlights’ the love in it. xo

    • Hi there, accidentally missed your comment. I blog mainly on my cellphone and now, at the library can see I missed this. Hope we can visit and stay in better touch. The post photograph came out well in color; but not until Felicia put this in black and white did I realize how much better it looked. Thanks for such an insightful comment! πŸ™‚

      • No need to apologize for not replying quickly – or even at all. I know how real life gets.

        Thank you for taking the time to responding as you did, though. Felicia’s instince was spot on πŸ™‚

    • Thank you, Ann! Family and nature are such great and important parts of our lives. This came up that I didn’t reply to you, while at the library. I thought I had, on my cell phone! I appreciate how we are trying to stay in touch more often. Smiles, Robin

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s