Driving through a postcard everyday. Caution: Cheese ahead.

4run front copycheese signAs cheesy as it sounds, and maybe it’s because I’m not a Colorado native, I must say that I appreciate this state’s absolute beauty and splendor every single day.

This state has placed nature squarely in front of my face, giving my soul a little jump start each time I stop to notice.

Here are a few shots over the last few weeks from my life as I drive through postcards.

And I don’t even live on the side of the town with the views…

 

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Across from school drop-off yesterday.

Deer grazing in park on way to Mom’s house yesterday.

View as I cross over the dam to go to Mom's.

View as I cross over the dam to go to Mom’s.

On the long way home afteer school as sun is coming up. (previous post about Long Way Home: https://lifeonwry.com/2012/09/19/the-long-way-home-gratitude-experiment-day-35/)

On the long way home after school drop-off yesterday. (previous post about Long Way Home: https://lifeonwry.com/2012/09/19/the-long-way-home-gratitude-experiment-day-35/) I love the long way home.

On way to school a week or so ago.

On way to school a week or so ago.

In the mountains last week.

In the mountains last week.

One-year old babies at the ranch last week.

One-year old babies at the ranch last week.

View from my bathroom last week.  For real.

View from toilet last week in mountains. For real.

Out of car window last week.

Out of car window last week.

My co-pilot.

My photography co-pilot on a bad hair day.

Postcards can be found wherever we live, if we keep our eyes open. Ever stop and notice?

12 thoughts on “Driving through a postcard everyday. Caution: Cheese ahead.

  1. Very beautiful! I love that idea of driving through postcards… I don’t see them easily in my hometown, but every time I’ve been away for a time, I do.

  2. Colorado is one of the states I really want to visit..especially when it’s winter as I never see snow.. Love your pictures..Thanks for the road-trip!!

  3. I felt like I inhabited one continuous “postcard moment” when I lived in Santa Monica. I have to practice a little more “loving kindness” to feel that way about my hometown, but every now and then, when I pay attention, I see the postcard out my window. Thanks for reminding me to look!

  4. Amazing and inspiring! We’re on vacation right now and I am looking out over the Atlantic Ocean and hearing the waves crash on to the beach. It’s peaceful and a true postcard moment. I’ve been sending postcards home and to relatives. Postcards are awesome. Thanks

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