A few hours ago while we were stuck in traffic on Route 95, I hit two major milestones: 600 followers and 100,000 hits. On the same day -- entirely coincidentally. I wrote this post a couple of days ago . I knew the 100,000 would happen this week. (The 600 followers was a total surprise.) … Continue reading ARE YOU SURE? REALLY? 100,000 HITS? ME? WOW … THANKS GUYS!
And it goes on forever. The city, the sky, life. Infinity. Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite (dailypost.wordpress.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturated - Gardens (teepee12.com) What a Little Sunlight Can Do, Ooh, Ooh (teepee12.com) Autumn on Time (teepee12.com) Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturated - Fabulous Fall (teepee12.com)
I could happily live in perpetual autumn. Warm enough, cool enough. It's an elegant season, bright with color. The sun is amber and warm ... our most beautiful season. For that alone ... and because I dread the long cold winter to follow ... let me stay in forever fall. Related articles Daily Prompt: Mid-Season … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Mid-Season Replacement – FOREVER FALL
More from this season. You can see the falling leaves if you look. When the wind blows, there's a little storm of leaves and the ground is entirely carpeted. And the real fall hasn't even begun. It's the downside of living in the woods. Related articles My Best Photo of the Week (MBPOTW) Challenge - … Continue reading DRIFTING THROUGH AUTUMN
Mom and Pop. The backbone of American business. Or used to be. They are the official symbol of our nation's best. The hardest workers. The folks who built our towns and cities. How wonderful it is to do business with our neighbors and friends rather than faceless corporate franchises. (Careful. Our friends and neighbors work for … Continue reading MOM AND POP – CLOSED FOR BUSINESS
Oxford University Press, 384 pages, Publication date: April 4, 2013 King Arthur is by far the most popular and most written-about king of England who never was. Legends of Arthur have multiplied not only in the British Isles, but in France, in other European countries and more recently, in North America. Tales of Arthur began appearing in … Continue reading A Candle in the Darkest Age – Worlds of Arthur by Guy Halsall