Thought I would lighten your day with a couple of things I found during my search for something meaningful. The search didn’t work, but my funny bone was tickled. Enjoy.
A stilled clock, no longer ticking off seconds, minutes and hours, represents ‘Still Life’, the photo prompt for this week’s A Photo A Week Challenge. Quieted by age, dirt, or malfunctions, this wonderful Abraham Williams Winton clock (date unknown) needs a thorough cleaning, some TLC, and a welcoming wall in my home. Once running, life… Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Still Life
I found more Numbers on objects, so am adding another post to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge with the prompt: Anything With Numbers On It. You can enjoy lots more at https://ceenphotography.com/2017/07/27/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-numbers-anything-with-numbers-on-it/ You find numbers on all sorts of things from oversize wall clocks to … Continue reading More Numbers on More Things
It’s interesting how our perception of time changes depending on our age or anticipated events. As a kid, the time between September and June was forever. Time crept while I waited for summer and for the freedom we would have swimming, playing, sleeping late, and going to camp. And then, time flew. It was… Continue reading Time: It Races, Jogs, Drags, and Surprises
I’m crazy about clocks, any kind, any shape, anywhere, any size. Just let me see a clock, and I will want to own it, whether I need it or not. We aren’t talking reasonable fetish. We are talking something deep in my DNA, the old itch that can’t be scratched. I do my best not… Continue reading Clock Crazy
This is my Day 3 quote for the Three Day Quote Challenge for which amanpan nominated me (http://amanpan.com/2016/01/25/day-2-three-day-quote-challenge/). I’m grateful to be included in this challenge and thank you, amanpan. Doesn’t that make you rest well? Every challenge has at least one rule – The Rules are: Post three consecutive days. You can pick one… Continue reading Day 3–Three Day Quote Challenge