Fire Hydrants & Quotes Take Two (3May2022)

Happy Tuesday. I have another take on fire hydrant photos w/ quotes. (yesterday’s hydrant/quotes post is here)

ONE: I like the night life, baby….

Miami (South Beach, 2021)

 

 

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TWO: City life….

DC – (this taken weeks before the pandemic lockdown began)

 

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THREE: Forest bathing in Virginia …. (reminds me of Janet)

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FOUR: Delightfully Different….

Quote: Embrace your differences and the qualities about you that you think are weird (or even flawed). Eventually, they’re going to be the only things separating you from everyone else <<and that is what makes you wonderful – let your “you” shine>>. ~Sebastian Stan.

 

 

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Closing Notes 

  • The Spring 2022 #Dickenschallenge features the book Bleak House this year and ends on one 9th. Earlier today, Trent posted an inspired reminder post – which included tasty sections like this: 

    “Dickens can be wordy, notoriously wordy, and yet the words cast a spell, create a vision, in a way that simple, terse prose cannot.  And this description of London is one of his great achievements.

    As is the entire book, Bleak House.

    This is a story that makes you question charity while always being thankful of people who are truly charitable.”

    Trent @ Trent’s World 

 

Hope you all have a great day

 

 

 

 


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32 thoughts on “Fire Hydrants & Quotes Take Two (3May2022)

    1. Hello / glad to share a smile today – and If income across any “far Side” comics I will send you is for the hubs to have a laugh – hahaha

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    1. Hi ally – I guess it depends on how we define “weird” because in some ways it can be beautiful and all about uniqueness in a good way but there is another weird that might be loco (and not so celebratory)
      😊

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    1. Hi Jt –
      Cheers to forest bathing – and those cones now come in these cool fabric circles with layers of rings – not sure f you have seen them but they are such clever idea and I think a lot more comfortable for pets

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  1. Great hydrants and cartoons. Hopping to Mabel’s interview right now. (She is quite nice)
    All well?
    (I am still working on the interview. No fear)

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    1. Oh I am so glad you will be joining us for the interview – and side note – I still think of your friend’s art of fire hydrants whenever I post about them!
      Hope you are having a nice start to May

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      1. Working on the interview… Just spent too much time on my French income tax declaration… But it’s done.
        yes, I’ve seen hydrants inspire you… 👍🏻

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        1. sigh – taxes never sound fun so congrats for getting them done
          and I do have a few more hydrant posts in the works – and I guess taking street shots just
          led me to seeing them more and more – just because they are always there.
          and by the way – one of your recent street shots had a sleeping dog – and that pup looks a lt like my son’s dog.
          I will have to share an image later
          hope you have a great day

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  2. Thanks for thinking of me and linking to my blog, Yvette. That’s nice of you. I did chuckle at forest bathing with fire hydrants involved and that first cartoon really made me laugh.

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    1. Hahahaha – well
      The hydrants do look like they are firsts bathing eh??
      And glad to share a chuckle today
      ⭐️⭐️⭐️😊

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  3. Who would think that fire hydrants made such great photos, but they did!
    Thanks for the photos and the laughs. Comics are always good! 😄

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    1. Thanks for joining me today! And I have NO IDEA as to how I started taking Photos of hydrants (also known as fire plugs)

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