Monthly Archives: May 2012
An admission to make: There are two cats who liven my day. Kit and Kat. (I know, Reader, you’re thinking ‘give me a break!’). Kit is the adventurous explorer like Kit Carson. The first kitten to figure out how to get behind the washing … Continue reading
I will admit it is fun to discover new readers, roamers and browsers who stumble upon the tablet. It is a pleasant surprise when someone nominates me for an award. Such is the case thanks to sweet Sheri Kennedy of … Continue reading
A successful second shot of my breakfast companion. And a reminder to slow down every once in a while.
May we remember Those who served Who paid the price Of how our freedom was earned.
Granted, a part of the church is ‘under wraps,’ but the structure and stained glass successfully stopped me mid-stride during my stroll through Portland.
A.K.A. the Saturday Snapshot. Wandering around Hippo Hardware was a fun exploration. Located in Portland, the family-feel establishment has friendly staff, and a wealth of things to browse through. Three stories of practical items from decades back and relatively newer, it … Continue reading
Tea Tapping Time Hopping with hippos had been the precursor. The object – who would feel ‘worser’ After ‘hours and hours’ of spinning around: One singing jibberish; the other smiling, not making a sound. A silly dance on wobbly … Continue reading
What does the photo have to do with sushi? Nothing – directly. Yet if you think about it, the way the individual layers create a unique whole is something fun to discover and enjoy (as well as indulge). The presentation … Continue reading
Going to the Google homepage today led to a fun discovery: Robert Moog’s 78th birthday remembered with an interactive synthesizer. A link to a Christian Science Monitor article led to clips and ‘notes’ on how to play some of the popular … Continue reading