Build, Understand, Rebuild, Smooth Sailing (Atomic Habits Book Review)

The October Lines and Squares Photograph Challenge is moving right along (here).  Here is my entry for today: BOOK CONNECTIONS Don’t you love it when blog world meets the real world? That happened to me again this weekend.  Erica, the host of Behind the Scenery blog (here) likes some of the nonfiction authors that I … More Build, Understand, Rebuild, Smooth Sailing (Atomic Habits Book Review)

Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 1 of 2) Stick Art, Doors, Grapette Soda Sign

October means Becky’s Square Photograph Challenge is back and this month is all about LINES (here).  To start off the square challenge, I have photos from the Pioneer Museum of Alabama (website is here) __ First, square photos.  Next, the rest of the photos  __ Those old coke bottles and the old sign with “Grapette Soda, Thirsty or Not” Reminded me of an … More Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 1 of 2) Stick Art, Doors, Grapette Soda Sign

Thursday Doors from Church Hill, Virginia (Gentrification Underway)

Hello Readers, bringing you to Church Hill, Virginia for a Thursday Doors post.  Church Hill is a small neighborhood east of downtown Richmond, Virginia. Church Hill is where Patrick Henry gave his “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech. Church Hill is also where the largest Civil War hospital was located – over in Chimborazo Park In the … More Thursday Doors from Church Hill, Virginia (Gentrification Underway)

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels

Happy Sunday Readers  I am joining in with Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels   __   Debbie’s One Word Sunday is shelter – and here are my photos thoughts for that theme     All photos today are from Summer 2019 in the Richmond, Virginia area Thanks for viewing – … More Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels

WORN (Lens-Artists #38) Bricks, Metal, & Flowers (with Turn the Page song)

THE #LENS-ARTISTS THEME THIS WEEK IS WEATHERED & WORN (here) WE WENT FOR A NICE SPRING WALK ON SATURDAY. THE HUBS WAS UNPLUGGED (DOING A DIGITAL DETOX) – BUT I WAS DIGITALLY CONNECTED – AND SO I GRABBED SOME PHOTOGRAPHS.  AND TO CONNECT WITH THE WEATHERED AND WORN THEME, YOU KNOW I HAVE BRICKS. I … More WORN (Lens-Artists #38) Bricks, Metal, & Flowers (with Turn the Page song)

One Word Sunday: Homes in a ROW (Elements of Art and Catch Me I’m Falling song)

The theme for One Word Sunday is ROW Here are some photos, fresh off the press, from this weekend:     The moss in this front yard reminded me about the MANY different types of moss here in Virginia. I have come to really appreciate moss.  And… Have you ever heard of a Moss Bath … More One Word Sunday: Homes in a ROW (Elements of Art and Catch Me I’m Falling song)

Stream of Consciousness: YAWN (Upcoming Posts, tidying, and Downtown RVA photo)

Hello readers. Happy Saturday.  The prompt for “Stream of Consciousness Saturday” is YAWN.  Glad to be joining in with Stream of Conscious Saturday (#SoCS). I start this post with thoughts of the Doobsters, Joey, and Dan.   On my mind right now?  1) JOURNEY COVER BAND Need to post soon about the Journey cover band, … More Stream of Consciousness: YAWN (Upcoming Posts, tidying, and Downtown RVA photo)

Contrasting Colors (Nancy Merrill photo challenge)

This week, the Nancy Merrill photo challenge theme is contrasting colors: Here is my floral take on the complementary pairs:   Care to Join in? Go to Nancy Merrill (here)  Here are a few of the “many” fun takes on contrasting colors: Variety over at Sonofabeach Cool Blue glass at The Day After Cee’s lily in stunning … More Contrasting Colors (Nancy Merrill photo challenge)

One Word Sunday is Earth (and info on unhealthy seed oils)

  One word Sunday is Earth this week (here).  My featured photo is from this Chik-fil-A somewhere in north-west Virginia. It was earlier this fall and so the leaves “set up” felt fresh at the time. It was also unusual to see in a fast food place –        However, we did NOT … More One Word Sunday is Earth (and info on unhealthy seed oils)