This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #168, Tina from Travels and Trifles is our host and she’s chosen the theme of Seen Better Days and the first thing that flew to my mind was my trip to China in 2017.
Good morning or afternoon and welcome. Coffee? Tea?
Based on real life event…
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
On this week’s Blogging Insights – New Format #11, the following quote is given:
1. What’s your favorite way to exercise? (if you do or don’t. Exercising one’s mind is a valid answer IMHO, because that’s my favorite). I once played Wii Fit at one of my mom’s friend’s house. It was fun and I broke a sweat playing it. I wanted to get one for a long time…
How can one tell when autumn is in the air? #SundayStills
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #167, Amy is our host and she’s chosen the theme of Colors of Autumn.
Good morning or afternoon and welcome. Coffee? Tea? I feel like I just want something quick today.
Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge
I cannot believe this is happening. I am officially kissing my 20’s goodbye today and can officially call myself a 30-something. The last decade has been a ride – I spent half a decade in school and most of it (9 years) working – but no matter how bad it was, I feel my life…
Loosely based on real life events…
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge
This week on Truthful Tuesday, hosted by Thoughts and Theories, asks:
Melanie has decided to let those pesky critters take control of this week’s Share your World again, so let’s see what has those critters unleashed this week. 8-19-2021 “Chip the Dignified if Species Confused Squirrel/Chipmonk” asks: If you were to be cast as part of a comedy double act, which part would you play…. the straight…
This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #166, Leya challenges everyone to find beauty in Artificial Light.
Good morning or afternoon and welcome. Coffee? Tea? I am craving something cold right now, maybe something to pair with the bountiful harvest of raspberries this week. Any suggestions?
It has indeed been a rough week, second week in a row. I was hit by anxiety attack after another. I felt like I just need to get in a corner and cry until whatever hell storm I’m in is over.
His paddle-board is all he had left. His house, car, and belongings, all gone when the 40-foot tsunami-wave came. He somehow survived by holding onto the paddle-board.
On this week’s Blogging Insights – New Format #9, the following quote is given:
When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?