Monthly Archives: June 2012

Thank You for Joining Me

I have gained a few followers over the past few weeks, and I have been very negligent in welcoming them to my world, as well as thanking those of you who have been around for awhile. I’m not sure where … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Close

Friday brought us a new challenge from The Daily Post. This week, the challenge is to find photos that mean “close” to us. Our language offers many options for defining many of our words, and close is one of those. … Continue reading

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Sharing my World – Week 28

Here we are again, Sharing Our World one more time. Bit by bit, we will soon know everything there is to know about the participants. Maybe not. I bet there will still be mysterious inner bits of us that have … Continue reading

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Today is a Potpourri

First, I want to nudge you all a bit – it’s June, and Karma has issued her photo challenge for the month. Go check it out – this one is definitely going to require me to think a bit, and … Continue reading

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Say What?!

A Dutch man has honored his dead cat by turning him into a helicopter. Artist Bart Jansen’s beloved cat Orville died recently after being hit by a car. Jansen had the animal stuffed and attached four vertical propellers to his … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

Friday’s Weekly Photo Challenge was posted on Friday, and the topic of this week is Friendship. Today, a bit late but not too late, I sat down at my desktop computer and selected some photos I wanted to post as … Continue reading

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Sharing My World – Week 27

It is Sunday – a sunny Sunday in June – and time to share more of our worlds, because Cee has posted the questions for this week. 1. If 100 people your age were chosen at random, how many do … Continue reading

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