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Photo Friday, No. 417

Current Photo Friday theme: Autumn Color

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Photo Friday, No. 416

Current Photo Friday theme: Blur

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Photo Friday, No. 414

Current Photo Friday theme: Apart Duck Duck Trees ETA: I misread the theme on the Photo Friday site. Apparently it is supposed to be “Falling Apart,” so my idea that the ducks are apart from the trees doesn’t compute. Possibly … Continue reading

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Photo Friday, No. 412

Current Photo Friday theme: Panorama Mourner. (Click here to view larger version on black background.)

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Half-Mast

Flag at half-mast. We honor and remember those lost.

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100 Happy Days: 83

Haters! Actually, this sign at a laundromat makes me laugh, and I promised Marika and Lynne I’d post it because they know it’s…all…my…fault…

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100 Happy Days: 77

Today I wondered: Might it be possible for me to be happy about something other than a dog? So I took my camera with me while I ran errands and meandered onto a couple of side streets away from my … Continue reading

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100 Happy Days: 66

    Today I had the privilege of hanging out with some of the hardest working, best hearted people in Houston. Definitely a nice way to spend a Saturday morning.  

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100 Happy Days: 54

There are some days full of such disturbing or sad news that an attempt to post about something happy seems like folly, or at the very least, insensitive. News stories from the Middle East, and closer to home, from St. … Continue reading

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100 Happy Days: 51

There’s a wide median running the length of Heights Boulevard, and it currently features a number of sculptures as part of a public art installation called “True North.” Of course it’s no surprise which of the sculptures appealed to me. … Continue reading

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