Monthly Archives: August 2012

Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit

This week, the Daily Post weekly photo challenge is “free spirit”. The guest host this week is Strauss Louw: Free Spirit. I chose this as the topic for this week’s photo challenge as it lends itself to so many possibilities … Continue reading

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August Photo Hunt

I’m not sure how it happened, but here we are at the end of another month. One day left after today and it will be September. September is one of my favorite months, but truly time needs to slow down … Continue reading

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Share Your World – Week 36

I’m behind, not so unusual for me lately, but Cee has posted her questions for this week’s Sharing Your World challenge. 1. What calms you down?Sitting quietly, preferably outside if the weather is good, breathing deeply. A glass of red … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

The Daily Post photo challenge for this week is Urban: This week’s photo challenge is guest hosted by Terence S. Jones of A Guy With a Camera. Read on for more about this week’s theme and his photography tips! Urban. … Continue reading

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Pretending to be Domesticated

I have been busily running about my house this morning, pretending to be domesticated. That’s not to say I’ve done everything that needs attention – no point in overdoing, after all. But I have removed a couple of layers of … Continue reading

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The Journey Ends

At last, we will now end the adventure that began in the field of wheat, a place of growth and ripening, and ended in a place of memories and finality. A place memorializing lives long lived And lives cut far … Continue reading

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Moving on From the Amber Waves of Grain

Gep and Kat left yesterday morning, taking with them a piece of my heart, leaving behind a hollow. I miss their company, I miss laughing with them. But I have the memories of their visit, and the knowledge they will … Continue reading

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