The old loveseat was 14 years old. It seemed we bought it more recently than that. But if I think about it, I’d realize how much has happened during these years. Garry and I have grown old on the old… Read More ›
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letter R – at least 6 letters per word There goes the neighborhood! Garry came back from the deli looking very dangerous!
Great light for an all-black dog With two black Scotties in the house, getting a good picture of them is really difficult. If there’s too much sun, the sunlit parts look like white patches. If there isn’t enough light, all… Read More ›
Weekly Photo Challenge: Give us a Smile Smiling pictures? I’d like to say it’s a specialty, but to be fair, birds, dogs, and squirrels aren’t big smilers. Since they constitute the majority of my pictures, I have to resort to… Read More ›
A Photo a Week Challenge: Three of a Kind Last week, it was the rule of three, but this week, it’s three of a kind. This is pretty easy because I take the same pictures over and over hoping at least… Read More ›
Look what that MELANIE B CEE gave me? What a sweetheart! That’s not a white elephant. That’s a saving grace! From Melanie: Okay, my gift recipients are … cough, cough … VICTIMS … cough, cough, cough …are the following: Marilyn (yeah I’m… Read More ›
FOWC with Fandango — Beards
Weekly Photo Challenge: The Other Half Garry and I are shooting the waterfall. It’s him and me, so of course, we have to take pictures of each other shooting each other. Our two halves!
A Photo a Week Challenge: Attitude & #FOWC I once took a series of pictures of Garry. All of them came out kind of dull. He looked at them. I looked at them. He said, “Why didn’t you tell me I… Read More ›
By the time you read this, we will be at the hospital and quite probably surgery will be underway or even finished. I guess it depends on what time zone you’re in. This is exciting stuff. Nervous-making, too. It will… Read More ›
And the word of the day is DEBONAIR! My husband used to be the best dresser in Boston. He spent a fortune on clothing. He loved looking good. His father was a tailor and for him, a suit that fit… Read More ›