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The Sunday Traveler ~ Casa de Los Angeles in San Miguel de Allende

  The Sunday Traveler spent the month of March this year in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to volunteer at Casa de Los Angeles. Casa is a free day care center for single working moms (and a couple of single … Continue reading

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Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Black and White Bubbles

Catching bubbles, a child plays in the courtyard of a church in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Have a visit with Sally’s Lens and Pens, to see more on today’s challenge.

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Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Careful With Seashells

Oh so carefully stacking the seashells, balancing them just so. Our two year old grandson being careful…so unusual.

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Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Black and White in Child’s Play

Mobile Photography, having that camera at the ready for moments to freeze in time. Moments to look back on in years to come to keep the moment alive. Celebrating my passion for photography through use of the camera that is … Continue reading

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Phoneography Challenge in Black and White: Riding a Wild Horse

Life’s first adventures begin in circles picking up speed ~~~ The weekly phoneography challenge is sponsored by the blog, Lens and Pens by Sally.  

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Day 363; Birthdays

Party night tonight, and I’m barely making day 363 under the wire for posting today. Just getting back from a trip day before yesterday, and having a party tonight was pushing the proverbial envelope. I grabbed my phone to take … Continue reading

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Looking In The Rear View Mirror

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

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