Day 5…still raining, still very windy and now very cold. I am not complaining just filling you in. We are blessed to have come through this storm with power and no problems to either the house or to us. Sadly, I know of many who have not been that lucky.
As I was cooped up again yesterday I really did not feel like working ( although I have no excuse as I work from home) so I puttered around the house, and found myself taking some photos.
I am curious, are you a collector? I am but not for hundreds of the same things, just little groupings of things that remind me of something, somewhere or someone. I try not to let my collections get out of hand. So far so good.
I have had a fascination with Japanese fishing floats ever since I was small. My mom found one when we lived in Alaska (on Kodiak Island) and I have always been drawn to it because every time I see it I wonder where is has been, whose it was and what sorts of tales it could tell. Not to mention it reminds me of all of our happy adventures in Alaska.
In the last few years I have started collecting a few floats of my own. I have several colors and sizes and all I am sure have a story to tell.
What do you collect? Books, art, photos? I would love to know and if you have featured your collection on your blog leave a link, I would enjoy reading about it.
I hope you have a good day.
If the Sally is still battering you be safe and if your have begun the long and arduous task of cleaning up I am praying for you and hope the damage is minimal.
Thank you to all of you for the kind comments and prayers here on my blog and on my Facebook page, it made the storm a little more bearable.