This is a picture of Aloe Plant and Ginger Plant. Both of these plants love Louisiana climate.
I remember the first time I heard the word nomad. I was watching a tiny house transformation on You Tube, and they kept referring to living a nomad life. I went to Webster’s Dictionary online, and the definition referred to earlier settlers with livestock, who would move from place to place for better pastures. It interested me hearing the modern spin of a nomad life, and realizing that we really are not that different from history.
The alarm goes off, you rise from the bed, and place your feet on the cold floor. When you open the blinds and look outside the window, it just happens to be raining in sheets, and all you want to do is see the sunshine. Do you know what that kind of attitude is called? In my world it is called a negative environmental distraction.
When I was five years old, my parents had a small 10-foot camper that they kept in their backyard. It was to small to really do much of anything in it. I recall that it had a table that sat right next to a big window. Through that window I could see the backyard. It was like my escape from reality. When I first discovered that the door was unlocked, I would sneak out and sit at the table and play with my pick up sticks.