Hello from Arizona, my dears! UPDATED POST SEPTEMBER, 2021: This was published awhile back in the spring of I think 2020 or so, (not sure of exact date, sorry), but I have updated and edited it to republish it now. I took most of these pix from the car through my closed window, so that's the reason some are a bit blurry. Please armchair travel along with us, enjoy the trip, and make sure any in-person travel you do is as Covid-safe for you and others as you can manage.
DISCLOSURES Hello, my lovelies! I thought it was time to share some things I've come across lately that made me smile. I'm feeling a little wordy today, so this will be a long post, but hopefully it's filled with useful resources, tips, and pretties that you might use yourself, and also enjoy! If you want to get yourself some tea or "calming" coffee in your favorite cup, (here's my fave cup lately), I'll wait for you! ARIZONA ARMCHAIR TRAVELS PAST & FUTURE Let's do a little
Hello, my lovelies! If there's anything that makes me smile since we moved to Arizona in 2018, (I can't believe it's been three years!), it's cactus! So ... Steve and I took a drive in our area this past week to enjoy the outdoors in a safe-as-possible manner during Covid. (As in, we stayed in the car most of the time and were around no other people when we did get out of the car. Water bottles in tow, and masks with us.) My hubby is 6' 2" tall, so you can see how tall some
Hello, my lovelies! Imagine my delight when I opened my dining nook window shade to this lovely right outside our Cactus View Cottage (CVC) recently. I thought you might enjoy these pretties too so I snapped this pix really fast to show you. See that hole in our Saguaro cactus? That's for birds! They nest in there, just like in a tree. Some Saguaro cactus are as big as BIG trees too. BTW, Saguaro is pronounced "Suh-wahr-oh." And here are more flowering cactus pix that ot