Hello Readers, I hope this post finds everyone well. I am taking a blog break for the rest of March and plan on resuming regular Priorhouse posts in April when Becky’s Squares begin. Looking forward to it! The next photos for my check in post are from a few years ago. This was a day we … More Monday Morning Blooms & Sunset Across the Landscape (March 22, 2021)
Time for Thursday Doors and I just happened to have some “white” doors ready to go and so also linking up with Sunday Stills and the theme of a #white-washed world. .. . . . .
The Always Write quote challenge has the theme of Citizenship this week. My thoughts for this week were inspired by two different photos of the Guitar Hotel in South Florida. The first photo has many power lines – the second photo has none. So interesting. The change in a few yards is drastic. The … More Guitar Hotel Photos and Anvil Quotes (#WQWWC March 3rd, 2021)
Hello Readers – had these two chandelier photos in a folder and seemed nice for a Two for Tuesday Post Let us have some quiet music with some virtual tea, shall we? Hope your Tuesday is Twice as Nice – ___ . . . . . . .
A little floral lift today: #FOTD . . . .
Hello Readers – Today’s post is to connect with Restless Jo’s Monday Walk Series (here) First we have our doggies with their owners: “Take long walks in stormy weather or through deep snows in the fields and woods, if you would keep your spirits up. Deal with brute nature. Be cold and hungry and weary.” … More Walk with Jo and Thoreau Quote: Deal with brute nature. Be cold, hungry, and weary.
For the Lens-artists photo challenge this week the theme soft. *** *** Closing with two quotes. Both quotes have ideas that suggest a soft approach to coping with mistakes and improving. Sometimes folks will dispense grace and love easily to other people – but when it comes to their own life – they can sometimes be … More Nature Softness & Quotes on Making Mistakes(Lens-Artists Photo Challenge 2/27/21)
Hello Readers – Do you want to know what had me flashing back this Friday? ART! It all started after reading this recent post from Gallivance (here) featuring colorful Chihuly art. The Galliavnce post had some wonderful Chihuly art outdoors, which included the red spikes of glass that reminded me of our local art museum’s permanent Chihuly installation: … More Flashback Friday: Chihuly Red Reeds and art from VMFA (Trent’s Weekly Smile)
Time for Thursday Doors and my photos for today, well as I looked at them- they reminded me of Sandra Cisneros’ Bums in the Attic snippet from her novel The House on Mango street Bums in the Attic Excerpt from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros I want a house on … More Thursday Doors: Bums in the Attic Excerpt & Video snippet with author Sandra Cisneros’
“There will never be a really free and enlightened state until the state comes to recognize the individual as a higher and independent power, from which all its own power and authority are derived.” Henry David Thoreau “Law never made men a whit more just; and, by means of their respect for it, even the … More Bikes, Quotes, & Pull Up a Seat #2 (#WQWWC)
Two maps of Buffalo Song for Today: Broadway by Buffalo’s Goo Goo Dolls That Goo Goo Dolls song reminds me of a flash fiction I wrote (here) while joining in with the “What Pegman Saw” prompts back in 2017. After three years of writing flash fiction (with three different sites), I am taking a break from flash. I miss it … More Two for Tuesday: Buffalo Images and Broadway song by Goo Goo Dolls
Hello Readers, It is time for a third blog post about hydrants. My first post about hydrants is here – My second post about hydrants is here — Today’s post “Water links us to our neighbor in a way more profound and complex than any other.” ― John Thorson “Where the waters do agree, it … More Hydrants Post #3 (and water quotes)