A little background on why I named this blog what I did.

I should probably do a little explaining on my title of this blog. First my last name is White. Therefore I live in the "White House." Living in the "White House" makes me the 1st Lady. My physical address says I live in Westwood Ca. (not the one by Los Angeles) but a little mountain town in Northeastern Ca. However I really live in a section out of Westwood known as Pinetown. With all the joking going on between my friends, I inevitably became Pinetowns 1st Lady living in the "White House." With all that said, this is just going to be a more personal blog of my life here in Westwood/Pinetown. My family and friends being a big part of it.
Originally I really wanted to take a picture a day for one year and post it on this blog. Perhaps like a photo diary. My life though is quite quiet and perhaps is not photo worthy for a picture a day but I plan on trying. So why not hop in and take a ride with me through little mountain town U.S.A. You may just love it as much as I do!


It's melting

A very windy and warm day today for the season. It is a sweltering 45 degrees as I write this. The icicles that surrounded this house just a couple days ago now makes it look as if it is raining they are melting away so fast. Not knowing what to take for a picture today, the only thing that kept coming to my mind was the melting. So today I am posting for my picture(s) of the day is the evidence of the melting of the snow.
What was a beautiful white encased street just a couple days ago is now a big bunch of slush in our streets.

I have been seeing pictures of "drips" on others blogs and thought I would give it a try. For a first timer, I am happy with this one,

And really happy with this. I love the separated droplet that came up and out of the drip!


Handi said...

Allison: Nice Pictures..

I like the Middle one, The effect of it kind of reminds me of a Sand Dollar.

Keep up the good work! I will holler at you soon...


Eric S. said...

A regular heat wave you have going there. I used to love sitting outside watching the ice cycle's melting. There was always something interesting about seeing the ice turn to water and dip gracefully to the ground.

Allison said...

To Handi, I have to agree. It does look a bit like a sand dollar.
And to Eric S. There is without a doubt something mesmerizing about a melting icicle!

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