Sometimes finding things to fit the topic of the challenge is a little too much of a challenge for me out here on the road. Ed does a much better job of it than me, and when I see his pictures, I wonder why I wasn't able to come up with something, ANYTHING!
I haven't looked at anyone else's post for this week, but I imagine there are all sorts of beautiful pictures of Valentine decorations, flowers, and all sorts of other creative things.
I thought about taking my camera into a store and taking pictures of the selection of Valentine gifts that were available for purchase. But then I decided not to. For me, Valentine's Day has always been about the people I love, not the gifts, flowers, jewelry, etc. (though I never turn any of that down mind you!)
So my Sunday Still's photographs today are of my top 4 Valentines. Hope you all have a wonderful and love filled Valentine's Day!
(the girls are all wearing clothes with hearts on them today, but they were super uncooperative during our little photo shoot. Just take my word for it that I dressed them for the occasion.)\
On a definitely depressing note:
Malcolm just did a walk around the truck/trailer. We've had a trailer tire that hasn't been quite right since we got it, and now there are apparently cables showing, which means we're about to loose it. Guess we're now shopping for a close, yet affordable, tire shop that has super singles. Why did this have to happen in California where they tax you to put it on , tax you to buy it, tax you to dispose of the old one, and only give you a few pennies for the trade? California is the worst possible place to be buying tires, and is seems like we always end up having our tire issues when we're in this state! The tire alone will be $900, without all their special treatment! Why?