Happy Birthday to the best guy ever. Autism does not define you my son. What I see in you is amazing love that others can not even come close to realizing in their own lives. You have no understanding of lusting for money or materialism. You may live in a world made of your own design, but it is better in many ways to the cruel world the rest of us live in.
I hope and pray for you and want what is always best for you. You have family all over the country and they have missed out on getting to know you. I am grateful to the family you have in your friends.
You are 24 years old. You have a dad and mom who will love you for as long as we are here on earth with you . I know you love God and He will always have you until you meet Him in person .
I spent the day touching water. It started with me fishing my car keys out of my toilet.. I know what your thinking and I will “relieve” your mind. The water was clean.
I 90 floating bridge is an incredible historic site in Seattle.
My second water touch was my aqua therapy appointment on Mercer Island, Washington. It went quite well today. I have a lot of work ahead though.
This is a view under the bridge.
My third water touch was the cold waters of Lake Washington near Interstate 90. I was able to get a bird’s eye view of the 2nd largest floating bridge in the US. The largest is seen from afar called the 520 floating bridge. They are official Seattle landmarks.
520 bridge is largest floating in the US
The bridge for I 90 was completed in 1940. It is well travelled. My life and travels have taken me over these bridges over a 23 year span of living in Seattle.
Under the belly of the bridge
traffic flowing over bridge as I took photos is light as commuters have not got off work yet.
Beautiful view of homes along the floating bridge corridors.
I found afresh seafood for lunch! now this fresh!
why not see it all? Thank you for following along my life’s adventures!
There is a story here, but you have to think deep or perhaps very shallow. You choose.
Life involves much contemplating. Fred the heron from the PNW is listening carefully and will make a decision soon.
Ok. I guess I didn’t get that. What did you say? I am all ears.
Got it! Yep. Your mine.
Dumbfounded Fred is sad. There is always next time. Well. Not always. Perhaps Fred there are bigger fish to fry. Your turn will come. Life brings rewards at times and sometimes we are left empty handed. Fred’s face says it all. No words needed.
Thanks from Fred for dropping by and attempting to fish with him. Wish him luck! I think deeper waters brings a prize!
One of my best photographs I have taken. I am moved really about the way I caught the birds in action. It is as if you are looking at the anatomy of the birds as they reached out toward each other. Thought provoking.