Yesterday afternoon I took a stroll over to the Conservatory Garden. The previous week, the tulips were only in bud stage, so I was delighted to find them at their peak this time around. The lilacs, dogwoods and wisteria all cooperated as well. Too bad my site doesn’t provide smell-o-vision because the delicate floral perfume was magical, too! Happy Spring!
“Accepting your own mortality is like eating your vegetables: You may not want to do it, but it’s good for you.”
These days I’ve been burning the midnight oil even more than usual. The reason? I’m playing catch-up trying to master the art of SEO and related business growth tools. Mostly, what I’ve learned so far is just how much I don’t know! (For those of you even more in the dark than me, SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It’s what gets you seen on the internet…and these days, since we’re all absorbed in our devices, it might just be the only way you have a chance to be seen. Period.) Since I’m no expert, this is not going to be a tutorial on SEO. It also won’t be a tutorial on how to gain 40 million new followers on Instagram or Pinterest. If I crack those ceilings, I promise I’ll share how I did it. No, the only things I have to offer are the following tips: Even though it can be frustrating, it’s much more rewarding in the end to tackle what you need to learn rather than farming it out to an …
“Each color lives by its mysterious life.”
A pictorial stroll through Central Park’s Conservatory Gardens…
Springtime in the park…pretty much one of my favorites times all year!
“Sooner or later comes a crisis in our affairs, and how we meet it determines our future happiness and success. Since the beginning of time, every form of life has been called upon to meet such crisis.”
“There is a fellowship more quiet even than solitude, and which, rightly understood, is solitude made perfect.”
(Robert Louis Stevenson)
“The human heart likes a little disorder in its geometry.”
(Louis de Bernieres)
Peace, quiet and snow in Central Park on February 9th…