THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME – Marilyn Armstrong

FOTD – No Place Like Home – October 23, 2018

It rained in the morning.

These days, it always rains in the morning. Every morning. It’s supposed to rain tomorrow morning, too.

With a little luck, it’ll stop before they start the World Series.


Which starts tomorrow evening. It’s on Fox network so most people with American television will be able to see it. Probably in Mexico and Canada, too.

Route 98, heading north

We had a bit of sunshine right before our doctor appointment, but by the time we got out, the sun was gone.

There’s no place like home.

There wasn’t much to photograph until we got home and I realized that at least our street had some nice color. No sun, but the trees look pretty nice.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

21 thoughts on “THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME – Marilyn Armstrong”

      1. I’m trying to teach Naomi that now she’s taking more photos. She was annoyed recently that she missed a shot of a classic car we saw parked at a shop because she didn’t have a camera with her. She doesn’t use a mobile phone either. I think she’s keeping a point and shoot in her handbag now.


          1. One of the reasons I decided to try a smart phone was to have an emergency camera without needed to carry more weight but to be honest I don’t like it a lot. It takes an OK photo but the controls are too fiddly.


    1. Today is looking good. But the leaves are falling VERY fast. Garry cleans them up and an hour later, the driveway is covered over again. I think we are getting one day of autumn this year. Last year, we got almost a week. This year, ONE day.

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    1. We have a lot of sassafras on our property. It’s one of the few trees that always turns a nice color, usually bright yellow. That’s not as bright as it can get. Sometimes, it’s like the sun is shining through 😀


    1. It’s a medicinal tree, too. You can make tea and all kinds of natural medicines from it. They don’t normally grow in such profusion, but for some reason, we have literally dozens of them all up and down our driveway. They are blocking everything else.


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