I have been looking inwardly, playing mind movies of memories, recalling faces from my past, checking mental schedules.
Sunday, back home in Seattle, we decided to use the beautiful afternoon to visit a beautiful place, Kubota Garden, a treasure in South Seattle. Riding in the car on the way to the garden, I realized I wasn't seeing the beauty around me. Autumn is in full glory here and I was missing it. I had to make a conscious effort to switch from inward vision to using my outward eyes.
As you will see from these photos, that wasn't hard to do. We spent almost two hours in the beauty of this garden.