nancy merrill photography · postaday · Uncategorized · yarn

A Photo a Week Challenge: Brilliant Jewel Colors

Yarns, yarns, and more yarns…all in colors that are ‘brilliant jewel colors’. This is the photo challenge from Nancy Merrill Photography (http://nancy merrill photography,  http://nancy%20merrill%20photography)     Advertisements

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The Absence of “No” is Not Enough

Originally posted on Wine and Cheese (Doodles):
For the last week I’ve been watching the #MeToo movement rise and fall in the media. Women are sharing, in great detail, personal experiences in order to highlight just how pervasive the problem of sexual harassment and assault really is. What I’m also noticing is that men, on…

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The Fascinating Journey of Blogging

The world of blogging is an ongoing and fascinating journey. I get to meet writers, artists, musicians, comedians, poets, and others like me who find wandering around absorbing and enjoying a world seen by others. I learn, share, grow, disagree, embrace, shout against, shout for, raise my arms in joy, bend my head in sadness,… Continue reading The Fascinating Journey of Blogging

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Learning Spanish the Fun Way

Oh my, this living in a country where you don’t know the language is tough, embarrassing, and stressful. And not just for the ex-pats living and visiting in Mexico. The Mexicans themselves are under a lot of pressure to communicate with us as well. Trying to order iced tea, or sugar or more ice, or… Continue reading Learning Spanish the Fun Way

Doors · Mexico · Pictures · San Miguel de Allende · Thursday Doors Photo Challenge · Uncategorized

Doors

It’s Thursday and that means it’s time to highlight pictures of doors I’ve taken this week for Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge. I found these two as I walked the streets of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. See more doors at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2017/11/09/thursday-doors-november-9-2017/     The background in this door is a mirror, not a see-through glass.… Continue reading Doors