Stark is the prompt for Travel With Intent challenge, and I discovered staleness in the f northern part of Mexico while visiting Copper Canyon. See many more Stark pictures at https://travelwithintent.com/2018/06/24/stark/ Advertisements
Children participating in the art classes at the Bibli0teca in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico create masterpieces in creativity. The artwork below shows what a group of students designed and produced in 3-D. Originality and imagination are alive and thriving in this wonderful city thanks to the volunteers who physically and financially support this institute. https://travelwithintent.com/2018/04/21/snail-speed-to-my-next-travels/… Continue reading Three-Demensional Fantasy Takes Flight at Biblioteca
From around the globe I found smiling people, all ages, all colors, all languages. Here are a few pictures I have taken in China, Kenya and Mexico as part of the Daily Post Photo Challenge with the prompt of ‘Smile’. See many more happy folks at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/smile/
I found several sunrise and sunset pictures for the Daily Post Photo Challenge with the prompt of ‘Rise/Set’. Enjoy more pictures from the challenge at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/rise-set/ Sunrise in Coolum Beach, Queensland, Australia Sunset in La Grange, Texas Sunrise in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Sunset in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
I found more street art in the neighborhoods of San Miguel de Allende. Some are abstract, some representative, and others reflecting the beauty in life. World famous artist travel to this Mexican city to add their art to available walls. More street art pictures will follow in the days to come.
This week’s contributions to Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge features doors from San Miguel, a wonderful city to find interesting doors and entryways. Find more at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2018/03/08/thursday-doors-march-8-2018/
Doing nothing is stressful. Guilt accosts idleness. Nervousness infringes on slow. Inaction breeds shame. I carried those feelings throughout my life and they remained in my retirement mind, cluttering the new reality that aging introduces. I grew up knowing there was one path on life’s road and it was marked ‘fast’: work hard, stay busy,… Continue reading Learning Not to Do