Well, things are low today; Diane is still sleeping and hopefully that will continue for quite a while. She was mostly good yesterday. Kirsten and Paul headed back south. Kelsey and I were in school for a while. Kyle is somewhere down by Myrtle Beach playing baseball. Well, playing baseball 2 hours a day. Diane's day got worse in the evening as the Neulasta robo-injector blasted her with bone marrow stimulants to increase the white blood cells that were killed by the chemo. The bone pain is excruciating...she just smiles. Then I broke a tooth in half, a rear molar. I just smile. I can't have it pulled because of the weird medicine I'm on for the stent (which I cannot stop until August). Can't do a crown. I'm wondering about super glue.A friend asked why I didn't do color images in the springtime when everything is discovering winter-hidden glories of color. I actually do color when I'm trying to express my memory of motion, ambience, and place. This image is from Green Spring Park in Fairfax County and I'm hoping the viewer is momentarily transported to the sights and sounds and smells of this peaceful setting and wants to visit in person.