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This is one workspace. I have others. But this is where I spend most of my waking hours unless I’m sewing, painting, or being a hostess. What can I tell you? It’s a small, well-lit corner room off the kitchen, … Continue reading
Tim and Lloyd. Friends we have fun with. Friends we confide in and trust. Friends who understand us. Friends for going out, or playing games, or taking care of us when we’re sick or hurt or weak. Friends who are … Continue reading
I’m sure this challenge was supposed to be met with a shot using a photography technique that shows perspective. But all I could think about were these words added to an area business’s building mural. Montrose has been my favorite … Continue reading
Recently when we were at the beach with Tom’s side of our family, I picked up a new deck of Uno cards while I was out shopping. Turns out there was already a deck at the beach house, and representatives … Continue reading
I didn’t have to turn this photo black and white; Nature did it for me. An afternoon storm blew up so quickly on the Gulf that everything went dark right after our group of fifteen was seated in a restaurant … Continue reading
For some people, it’s a glass of wine. For others, a cocktail. For me, it’s iced coffee. Gotta have my daily fix. Prompt from FMS Photo A Day.
Ground interrupted. I saw no frogs at the lily pond, but I’ll bet they’re there. Prompt from FMS Photo A Day.
D is for Destin. Prompt from FMS Photo A Day.
From left, Tim’s Penny and Pixie, and our Guinness and Margot. There are water coolers at both houses, but all the dogs love the water bucket we keep on the front porch. Maybe it has a special flavor because the … Continue reading