Month: November 2014

NEVER BEEN BIG ON BINGO

So, the Great Minds of WordPress asked: “What’s the longest stretch you’ve ever pulled off of posting daily to your blog? What did you learn about blogging through that achievement, and what made you break the streak?” Well, now that’s… Read More ›

GUILTY AS CHARGED

Convicted in the Court of Public Innuendo, comment by Rich Paschall It doesn’t take much for radio shock jocks and tabloid publications to go on the attack. If the story seems scandalous enough, or perhaps even just a little, the social media… Read More ›

WHERE IT ALL COMES TOGETHER

Converge Photos are visual spaces where shapes and lines, objects, and people come together. Geometrically rich photos bring together distinct forms into a single visual surface. In other words, shooting towards a vanishing point. Which is how I do most of my… Read More ›

DRIVING

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 2014 #22 This challenge is dedicated to the paths, roads, rails and waterways by which we travel. We are a nation of roads. To our bones, we love our cars, love being in control of… Read More ›

A SOLIPSISTIC STATE OF MIND

Never Too Late — Is there a person you should have thanked, but didn’t have the opportunity? Is there someone who helped you along the way without even realizing it? Here’s your chance to express your belated gratitude.  Solipsism (i/ˈsɒlɨpsɪzəm/; from Latin… Read More ›

HOLIDAY TOURING: APRIL FOOL’S!

I got tapped by Doobster at Mindful Digressions (who was tapped by Willow over at Willow’s Corner) to participate in a “blog hop” called “Holiday Touring.” A blogger chooses a holiday, then poses 3 questions to 2 other selected bloggers. The questions are about how, if at all, other… Read More ›

STUFF AND NONSENSE

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Joints and/or Things You Enjoy What a combination! Things I just like … or joints. Mostly, I don’t like my joints. They are arthritic and sore. The hips and spine especially. There are other joints of… Read More ›

UNCLE WHO?

Calling Uncle Bob – Have you ever faced a difficult situation when you had to choose between sorting it out yourself, or asking someone else for an easy fix? What did you choose — and would you make the same choice… Read More ›