The question was recently posed, what do we cherish? It came after a speaker encouraged his audience to be grateful for all things we have in our life, and to cherish each day and each moment. As we went around our virtual circle on Zoom, each individual described what they most cherished, what they treasured… Continue reading What Do We Cherish?
I found this on the wall in the vacant Yourman Jewelers (I wrote about the jewelry store in a recent post) and thought we could use a touch of humor today in light of all the nervousness and uncertainty we are facing today.
You are going to love this reblog from Bluebird of Bitterness on weird nativity scenes. Enjoy. https://bluebirdofbitterness.com/2019/12/18/wednesday-weirdness-64/?c=117756#comment-117756 Wednesday weirdness I’m old enough to remember the days when the only option in nativity sets was the standard humanoid Mary, Joseph, Jesus, shepherds, wise men, and angels. Nowadays nativity sets come in a bewildering array of themes. Animal-themed… Continue reading Weird Nativity Scenes–Reblog
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.
It’s my choice in this week’s Nut House Central Lens Artist Photo Challenge and I am choosing parade participants in San Miguel de Allende.There is usually some type of parade and festivities every week in various parts of the city, and here are a few of the characters I captured on film. Some are scary,… Continue reading What’s Not Fun About Parades?
I’m contributing to two photo challenges in one posting: Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge, and Becca’s Sunday Tree’s Challenge. I think the tree trimming of a duck atop this tree fits both categories. See more of both challenges at: https://ceenphotography.com/2018/08/19/cees-odd-ball-photo-challenge-august-19-2018/ https://beccagivens.wordpress.com/2018/08/19/sunday-trees-353/
Signs provide necessary and helpful directions especially when in a country where you don’t know the language. This one I saw in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and thought it was especially humorous. The $5 is not dollars, but rather 5 pesos, and that is for toilet paper. Usually you can use a public bathroom… Continue reading Signs are Necessary
And happy Labor Day to one and all.
And another fun one for floods.
Happy Monday folks. I’m sharing The Story Reading Ape Blog post with you this morning. Enjoy. https://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/2017/06/05/random-funnies-to-cheer-you-up/comment-page-1/#comment-117729