The daily prompt photo challenge piqued my interest, so after doing a thorough search of my picture archives I found these shots of two wonderful gardens near Paris. They seem to be the same, and yet different. Check out other great patterns at https://livinglearningandlettinggo.wordpress.com/2017/03/11/daily-prompt-pattern-2/ https://livinglearningandlettinggo.wordpress.com/2017/03/11/daily-prompt-pattern-2/
Sidewalks. Most towns have them, and at one time most residents insisted on them. But, maybe that was before people stopped walking to and from place to place, and instead get in their cars to drive 3 blocks to the grocery store. Sidewalks were considered a necessity in early day America since walking in the streets was a muddy,… Continue reading Where’s the Demand for Sidewalks?
Solitude is intriguing. It nourishes me, it drains me, it demands from me, and it leads me to interaction. I’ve spent most of my life not participating in any activity that was solitude in nature. I wanted people around me. I wanted activity and interaction, and lots of it. But I’m becoming accustomed to my alone… Continue reading Solitude Is Necessary
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!