Store Windows & Bums in the Attic short story

Hello Readers October 2020 = final Squares challenge of 2020. The theme this month is KIND. Becky suggests we use the following for ideas: Something of the kind (mirror images, carbon copies and doubles) Our imagination kindled (inspire us!) Of its kind (a unique object or could be a picture of nature and wildlife) Kindred spirits … More Store Windows & Bums in the Attic short story

Miscellaneous Wednesday – Alley, Alli’s Knight, Follow-up Photos, and POOCH

Hello readers, I was going to do a Wordless Wednesday post with this photo (it looks like someone was doing their math homework in this South Florida alley – jk) –  — But then – as it is the last day of September – I wanted to make sure I shared this photo I made … More Miscellaneous Wednesday – Alley, Alli’s Knight, Follow-up Photos, and POOCH

Snacking Curbside (Carrot Ranch Fiction )

  Hello Readers, This week at Carrot Ranch, Charli Mills invited flash fiction writers to write about snacking. ***  Title: Snacking Curbside  Word Count: 99  * “Um, you didn’t tell me club members would be here.” SORRY BABE “There’s so many of them. And look!  Look who is at our table.” They paused as they reached their assigned … More Snacking Curbside (Carrot Ranch Fiction )

Priorhouse on Blog Challenges with Marsha Ingrao @ Always Write

Hello readers, I hope this Monday finds everyone doing well. I wanted to invite you to check out the Priorhouse Reflections (about Blog Challenges) over at  Marsha Ingrao @ Always Write Marsha is running a series about blogging and she is currently exploring challenges. The post is here: Prior Commentary on Blog Challenges And to give you a snippet: … More Priorhouse on Blog Challenges with Marsha Ingrao @ Always Write

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Symmetry (and Advice from a Cat)

This week for the Lens-Artist Photo Challenge, the topic is symmetry here.  The first thing that came to my mind had to do with how symmetry falls under “balance” and here is the outline I used when teaching elementary art (back in the day – ha) Virginia Standard of Learning 3.12  – Technique and Application … More Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Symmetry (and Advice from a Cat)

Mini Interview about Pittsburgh with Dan Antion @ No Facilities

Good Morning Readers..  Today I want to share a mini interview with blogger Dan Antion @ No Facilities.    How did this interview come about? We finally had the chance to visit Pittsburg earlier this year and I went to Dan for some information. I think of Dan with most things Pittsburgh.  It really is … More Mini Interview about Pittsburgh with Dan Antion @ No Facilities

Easy Like Summer Morning Song and Easy Chicken Biscuits (One Word Sunday)

The theme for One Word Sunday is Easy. The first thing that came to mind? It was The Commodores (1977) “Easy Like Sunday Morning” song. __ The second thing that came to mind? The almond flour biscuits I whipped out last night. SO EASY! Almond Flour Biscuits Recipe Two Cups Almond Flour  Pieces of shredded … More Easy Like Summer Morning Song and Easy Chicken Biscuits (One Word Sunday)

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: Geranium Inspiration & Corona’s The Rhythm of the Night song

The Lens-Artist Photo Challenge this week is Inspiration    ***  This week, after chatting with Bushboy via his Feather’s post, I was inspired to bring geranium blooms indoors.  *** Splashes of indoor beauty can add visual rhythm to life.   Corona’s (1993) “The Rhythm of the Night” song is not to be confused with Debarge’s (1985) … More Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: Geranium Inspiration & Corona’s The Rhythm of the Night song

Sculpture Saturday – Artsy Stuff from the Florida Keys

Hi Readers,  Joining in with Sculpture Saturday  SCULPTURE: Three-dimensional art made by one of four basic processes: carving, modeling, casting, or constructing (Tate, 2020). ____ Down in one of the Florida Keys – they have this bike sculpture: *** — Care to join in with Saturday Sculpture? Create a post about sculptures, then link or ping back to … More Sculpture Saturday – Artsy Stuff from the Florida Keys

Virtual Tea Party – and Trent’s Weekly Smile (flowers and coffee too)

Hello Readers. This is the first time I have been able to join in with Su’s virtual tea 9.17.20 … Okay – if you prefer coffee – I can make you some leftover Italian Roast in the press pot: … Now – here is what made me smile today (linking to Trent’s weekly smile) Flowers … More Virtual Tea Party – and Trent’s Weekly Smile (flowers and coffee too)