We close another month and, mercifully, are one step closer to being done with 2020! PJ's prompt for September's was Snap Away! Open-ended, for sure. And, lends itself to a lot of interpretations. So let's start with the end of summer. The hummers are still circling the feeders and showing no sign of heading south … Continue reading Photo Challenge: Snap Away!
Why, what's the matter that you have such a February face. So full of frost, of storm and cloudiness? ~William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing Do you know how hard it is to find a February quote that doesn't revolve around Valentine's Day? This photo presented itself yesterday morning (Feb 1st) and I knew it just … Continue reading Quotography: February
My muse seems to be playing hide and go seek. Have you seen her? Hard as I've tried, I just can't seem to find her. Lately, all my writings seem to be forced and I long for the days when words flowed easily from my thoughts. The hummer pics? They're to entice my muse to … Continue reading Where is my Muse?
It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see. ~Henry David Thoreau What do you see in this photo? Well, that's easy. A run-down pier we really wouldn't want to walk on for fear of ending up in the ocean! It's uneven, boards are probably loose or, worse yet, missing. On the … Continue reading Do you really see?
Some people are making such thorough plans for rainy days that they aren't enjoying today's sunshine. ~William Feather Now, there's absolutely nothing wrong with planning for a rainy day. It's the responsible, smart thing to do given the uncertainty of our economic and political environments. If we didn't, we just might find ourselves up a … Continue reading Today's Sunshine!