The photo challenge this week from Travels and Trifles is to Look Up and observe what is above you, allowing your mind to break free of earthly ties. Not certain I liberated my mind, but here are some photos I took while strolling the streets of San Miguel de Allende. Enjoy more ‘higher up’ views… Continue reading Look Up for Travels and Trifles Weekly Challenge
Oh my god! Someone opened a window in the U.S. Senate confines and let in fresh air! It is a small window, and has been shuttered for years. But thanks to Senator Jeff Flake, Dr. Ford, protesters, survivors, reasonable legislators, and an awareness that our system was on the edge of a national catastrophe, friendship… Continue reading Fresh Air into the Hallowed Halls
Once again we saw a white man bully his way onto our country’s highest court. Yelling, blaming, accusing, crying. The actions of an abuser striking out. The world watched as a privileged male displayed his outrage at being challenged, followed with cheers for masculine dominance by the 11 Republican Senators who were galvanized to ignore… Continue reading Bullying Wins Again
I love the color mixtures on this house/door/window. That’s one of the fun things about San Miguel de Allende, hues abound. See more doors at Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge: https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2018/06/28/thursday-doors-june-28-2018/
You’re a Beauty. Yes, I know. or Keep Your Sloppy Lips Off Me This is my contribution and the picture to be titled for this week’s Travel with Intent’s 6 Word Challenge. See other contributions at
Grasshoppers have come to San Miguel de Allende…is that a sign of fall? Not certain, but my doglet loves chasing the bouncing critters, and I enjoy taking pictures of the swaying sunflowers. See more fabulous pictures of flowers at Cee’s Photography blog: https://ceenphotography.com/2018/09/25/flower-of-the-day-september-26-2018-rhododendron/
San Miguel de Allende is different from any other place I’ve lived. Of course, that can be said about all cities. Through the years I’ve been aware of the energy or heartbeat of towns, even if they are neighbors. Whether it is a subdivision surrounded by a larger metropolitan complex, or a tiny burg separated… Continue reading Change for the Better?