My parting picture of 2017 for Becky b of Winchester’s square sky photo challenge is of the setting sun as we close out this interesting, challenging, delightful, frustrating, and ever-changing year. Happy New Year to you all as we say goodbye to 2017 and look forward to 2018. See more square sky pics at https://beckybofwinchester.com/ Happy… Continue reading The End of the Day and the End of the Year.
This is a reblog of a post by a new, funny, and delightful friend, Kari Lynn Collins. The post expresses the end of the year in such a clever way. Hope you enjoy it, and visit her blog at http://onefunnybroad.com/cruising-into-a-new-year/#comment-3369 Cruising into a New Year It seems it is time to cruise into a new… Continue reading Cruising into a New Year
This week’s Photo a Week Challenge has a theme of ‘signs’, and the first picture of a sign I found in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico recently. See more signs at https://nadiamerrillphotography.wordpress.com/2017/12/28/a-photo-a-week-challenge-signs-3/ The sign reads: ‘Keep Calm, You’re on the Fun Side of Trump’s Wall‘. Someone rubbed out the ‘T’ in Trump, but you get… Continue reading A Year of Signs
Originally posted on A Voice from Iran:
Three old men knocked on a door. A young woman opened the door. The Three old men said: “We are hungry and tired, could you help us?” She responded: “My husband and son are inside the house and we would be glad to help you.” One of the…
Leftovers is the prompt from Patricia’s Place In Other Words challenge this week. See more ‘leftover’ stories of 5 lines or less at https://patriciasplace.me/2017/12/27/in-other-words-leftovers/ Left Over Leftovers It was a sandwich of Brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes and what was left of the cranberry sauce. He didn’t want it. Nor did she. But Wally the Rottweiler downed… Continue reading In Other Words, Leftovers.
Originally posted on Tales from the Romulan Neutral Zone:
It started with a Hashtag. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, the tributary streams of our modern world flowing into the big river of awareness. Then the conventional media outlets caught on and before we knew it, the Weinstein dam broke and it was Land Under in Hollywood. I’ll admit, my…
This is a typical residential street in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico showing entry ways along the cobbled streets. See many more enchanting doors at
Life in Mexico is slow, simple and often humorous leading to adventures that occur when you don’t know the language, don’t know customs, and aren’t clear who to ask or the answer given. The tale begins with our decision to go to the mega grocery store in San Miguel. To get there, one has several… Continue reading $7 Pesos Gets You Somewhere
These flowers I found in China, and I am not certain of their names. They were unusual to me, but may be common to some of you. If you know the names, please let me know. And find more great flower pictures at Cee’s Flower of the Day photo challenge: https://ceenphotography.com/2017/12/25/flower-of-the-day-december-26-2017-babys-breath/
Couldn’t resist sharing this post from Bluebird of Bitterness. Just too clever.