A couple of months ago I had the pleasure of creating a “Sunday Trees” post to use up leftover photos (here). I have some tree photos accumulating and it is time to do a similar post. Please join me…. Last time, I closed with two comics and sometimes I like to … More Trees – “Sometimes” ( Transforming Beauty 2)
Hi everyone – the weekly photo challenge (here) asks us to share what we love about where we live – to “show” it in photos” – and this post is about RICHMOND, Virginia. The first image is from the newest place we have found to enjoy some decent food, an eatery called Kitchen 64. It … More Travel Guide Photo Challenge
Memory Lane (fiction word count: 100) Slow down… That dock is where I learned the clove-hitch knot. The instructor sucked at teaching; I thought I didn’t have the dexterity for knots. Funny how some of the experts in a field cannot teach very well. All he had … More Memory Lane (Friday Fictioneers)
HERE is the link to Norm’s linkup – where bloggers from all over the world share various photos of doors. . . . .
I was over at Robin’s blog (here) and she shared a nice post about how she had Great Expectations because Sydney has won the bid to host the Dickens Fellowship Conference. Earlier today I was working with a couple dozen college students and we were talking about cultural diversity. I like to sometimes connect Thug Notes into … More Charles Dickens Birthday (February 7th)
Chocolate Cups without Refined Sugar You might need to adjust all these things to your taste, but here is what worked for us Recipe Ingredients Coconut Oil – approx. 3/4 cup Butter – 2 teaspoons Cocoa Powder – 1 or 2 heaping teaspoons (less if needed for taste or more for some extra awakening power) … More Recipe for Chocolate Cups without Refined Sugar
“You have been my friend. That in itself is a tremendous thing. I wove my webs for you because I liked you. After all, what’s a life, anyway? We’re born, we live a little while, we die. A spider’s life can’t help being something of a mess, with all this trapping and eating flies. By … More Two For Tuesday: Terrific Wilbur and Tortoise and Hare
To join in with Su’s Changing seasons challenge, I am sharing some photos from January. In the first photo -we see how the holiday lights stay up well into January (Photo taken January 5th). I saw a wreath on a house last night (and it is February now) – and I guess some folks keep … More Changing Seasons (Photos from January 2018)