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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Short Post #2 Moving day minus 1. My garden friends have come to say goodbye. A Bird of Paradise bush in the back patio has just given us two flowers I like to think of as a goodbye gift. I thought it … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned that we’re moving soon. Very soon. This Friday. I’d like to just throw out some really short posts as my way to take a break from the moving momentum that is gathering speed. Short Post #1 Have you noticed … Continue reading
We are in the midst of moving, I’m a bit harried, and when I saw this week’s photo challenge I was a bit put out. I’m in Northern California, and until today, it has been about 98 degrees during the … Continue reading
I read with fascination the posts by the island traveler, and his adventures with his son. It’s like looking in the rear view mirror of the days when our children were young. Our children, our firstborn son who is 39, and our … Continue reading
Yesterday was a day full of memories for me. My 42nd wedding anniversary. How did that many years slip by? Unrelated to this, a new twitter follower comes to my attention, @askhotelmode, a team of travel experts. I scan their feed and … Continue reading
Imagine me and you, I do. I think about you day and night, it’s only right To think about the girl you love and hold her tight, So happy together. If I should call you up, invest a dime, And … Continue reading
The faces that light up my life. Piper Camo Che’lu Mr Buddy Rocko And there you have it. The faces of my granddogs. They put a smile on my face.
I credit my post today to Sylvia Morice, over at http://sylviamorice.wordpress.com; she wrote a wonderful post on the items she could check off her bucket list if she had one. It also got me to thinking, this is so true. … Continue reading
A work of art created by a dear friend, and fantastic artist, Jo Ann Brown-Scott. Multiple layers of paint, fabric, net, and paper to create multiple layers of texture.