For this week’s challenge, find some magic, and charm us with it. I followed the dewy fragrance and stumbled upon the garden. It twinkled and rustled. And then I heard a faint splash. A melodic squeaking filled the air. Yes, it squeaked but it had a fullness. What could it be? I knelt for a closer look. Closer still. This … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Magic
This week, the challenge is to show us where your heart is. "Local" to me is not so much a place as the people you know and experiences you have while being there. Here is a garden dedicated to my son's former third grade teacher, Mr. Winford. He died unexpectedly and it was so very … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Local
For this week's challenge, share a photo that features H2O; the element of water. I love the early morning fog. I think it was more foggy on this morning than what you see here, but I hope you get the idea. For more entries of water, please click visit the Weekly Photo Challenge site.
This week's photo challenge is Narrow and I'm in luck! I have just the photo for you. From spaghetti to the quiet alley behind your house, this week show us something narrow. Can you tell what's happening in this picture? Look closely. Can you figure it out? This is what's happening. First of all, we are … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Narrow
This week's photo challenge is Partners. Whether two of a kind or ten, give us subjects that are in sync with one another — show us partnerships. I'd like to share some photos of some very hungry and friendly goats. They are urban partners. The partnership is pretty simple: we have weeds and they'll eat … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Partners
Here’s a beautiful, collaborative post of all the qualities that make us human with words by A Frank Angle and photos by Ray Laskowitz. Enjoy.
Please stop by Frank’s blog and tell him I sent you. He’d love to meet you!
The majority of the world is good – I’ve written those words on past posts here because I believe it. Even when the news constantly reminds us about all the evil, I continue to believe the majority of the world is good.
Humanity is a term that refers to all of us. All … not all with a but or except … simply all. Regardless of skin color, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, location or any other qualifier or disqualifier, humanity includes the characteristics human beings have in common.
The greatest gift that you can give to others is the gift of unconditional love and acceptance. (Brian Tracy, author)
Mama was my greatest teacher, a teacher of…
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For this week’s challenge, share a photo of something pure — it can be a person, an object, or a moment. Here is a picture of my son and his cat Lucky. He is a Lucky cat and my son is lucky to have him. It's pure love pure adoration they search for each other … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Pure