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Steps and Ladder for Cee’s Which Way Challenge

This is my contribution to this week’s Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. There are two ‘which way’ objects in the picture: the stairway on the right, and the ladder on the left. See many more pictures at: https://ceenphotography.com/2018/07/06/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-july-6-2018/

Cee's Which Way Photo Challenge · Challenges · Ladders · paths · Photos · Streets · walkways

Which Way to Go? How High to Climb?

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge is always fun for me to find roadways and walkways in my archives or shoot some new ones. Here are this week’s contribution. And I know you are wondering about the last picture…but I think even ladders can represent a path to greater heights. https://ceenphotography.com/2017/05/19/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-may-19-2017/          … Continue reading Which Way to Go? How High to Climb?

falling · Help · humor · Ladders · light bulbs

I Hate to Ask for Help

                                                                 HELP! For me, an IRS audit is less terrifying than asking someone to lend me a hand. Especially if it is for something personal, or for something I’ve always done for myself, but age and good sense are suggesting I not do it anymore. For instance, changing a ceiling light bulb. Now really, I’ve… Continue reading I Hate to Ask for Help

Business · Ladders · lazy · Open For Business · procrastination · Putting Off · Swings

Closed ’til Business Improves

Saw a sign the other day on the door of a business that had closed that read: Closed ‘til Business Improves.  That is really funny, but also thought provoking. How will they know when business has gotten better if they aren’t there to notice a change? I relate that message to a lot of situations… Continue reading Closed ’til Business Improves

Black Cats · Daily Post · funny · humor · Ladders · Superstitions

Am I Superstitious? Not Me!

Superstitions. How do they get started? Why do they persist? Are they of value? And do I really believe any of them? I don’t know the answer to any of those questions, but recently I caught myself reacting to one I learned as a child: don’t walk under a ladder. Now at 74, one would… Continue reading Am I Superstitious? Not Me!