The Sky Will Eat You Up- Northern Texas

I haven’t been posting much lately as my plans for world domination (and my day job) have been eating up bigger chunks of my time than normal. I spent the last day off I had surrounded by notecards, fabric and shredded pieces of paper, piecing together plot summaries, character studies and setting ideas for my novel, texting friends in the middle of the night to ask if ” love quadrangles are over-rated?”.  And while I have still yet to edit all the photos I took from my trip in January,  my body twitches and shakes for another adventure. Soon, maybe? I’m considering plans for a 2 weeks roadtrip up through Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, with the goal of Glacier National Park, but we’ll see.

For now though, Northern Texas is quite lovely and it’s tumultuous skies that threaten to break reality help keep my wanderlust contained.

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8 comments

  1. Hello, Scarlett · February 23, 2014

    What an amazing post!

    I have my own take on the landscape today (http://helloscarlettblog.com/2014/02/23/prairie-light-part-1/).

    Emory

    • fablesandcoffee · February 23, 2014

      Thank you bunches!
      Also, your own post is all kinds of fantastic and wonderful :)

  2. mv71 · February 23, 2014

    beautiful photo

    • fablesandcoffee · February 23, 2014

      Much thanks!

  3. LAMarcom · February 25, 2014

    North Texas! Oh how I miss it! Thank you for these photos.

    • fablesandcoffee · February 25, 2014

      Aw no worries, thank you! North Texas has it’s special brand of something, can’t seem to find it anywhere else :)

  4. Sonny · March 1, 2014

    From an old man in the mountains to a young lady on the plains..great writing and photos of your journeys. Doing Glacier Natl Park is on my bucket list. Don’t wait too long..the glaciers are melting.

    • fablesandcoffee · March 2, 2014

      Thank you! I’m hoping and planning that I can visit in May of this year, it’s a place that definitely deserves to be on peoples bucket lists :)

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