FOWC with Fandango — Judgment Of all the Biblical comments on judging, this one spoke to me: Proverbs 31:9 NIV - Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy. There's a lot of Biblical stuff about judgment and mainly, it's about not judging others because you too can be judged … Continue reading JUDGMENT GOES TO POWER – Marilyn Armstrong
I don’t know about keen, but I’m very keen on science and I really enjoyed this one. Hope you enjoy it too! For Ragtag Prompt #32 – Keen (https://ragtagcommunity.wordpress.com/2018/07/02/ragtag-prompt-32-spiral/), I offer a bit of science. Something to ponder as the world turns.
Tyrannosaurus rex was big and ferocious, but it had tiny arms. The story of how T-Rex lost its arms is pretty simple. But what’s complicated is the story of why it kept those little limbs, and how it used them.
Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: July 1, 2018 I got a new camera. Having given my favorite camera to Garry, I realized I need at least one long lens. After a lot of checking, it turned out to be far less expensive to get a whole camera than a long lens for the Olympus. The … Continue reading ODDBALLS – MY HUSBAND AND OTHER CREATURES – Marilyn Armstrong
2018 BOATING SEASON BEGINS – BY ELLIN CURLEY We got our boat in the water right on time this year, in early May. But the weather wasn’t acting like spring. It was rainy and cold a lot. Tom didn’t care. He’d go sit on the boat in the rain. He says, “It’s a boat. It’s … Continue reading 2018 BOATING SEASON BEGINS – BY ELLIN CURLEY
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bird Birds look either great or awful in black & white. Much depends on the background. If it's busy with trees and all sorts of other jungle, it can be very difficult. So I went for the simplest construction -- birds against the plainest background I could find.