Monthly Archives: July 2011

210/365 Reading List

Here is my current reading list. I started The Dawn Stag, but on a later trip to the library, got the latest Patricia Briggs, River Marked which is only 14 days, so I’ll be reading it first, then finishing DS. … Continue reading

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211/365 – Field of daisies

I’m working tonight and my camera’s batteries are charging, so I don’t have a current photo. However, I do have a large crop of photos from my trip up to Scotland. Here’s a photo of my parents’ garden – or … Continue reading

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210/365 Hand Forged

Yesterday I posted a photo of the view looking through a window in the old barn next door. This photo is of the same barn. It’s the door & latch to the old horse stantion that we use for storage. … Continue reading

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209/365 Market Day

Thursday is Market Day in my town/suburb. I like to stroll over the market and usually end up buying something I hadn’t planned to get/don’t need. These days, there are a lot of cheap clothes and accessories dealers – I … Continue reading

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209/365 Window to My World

Our neighbors have a very old barn. They allow us to use one of the old horse stantions for storing lawn tools & wood.  When I was out in the barn the other day I thought the view from this … Continue reading

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208/365: Prezzie for me

Didn’t plan on it, but…. Where I work we sometimes do “trade” accounts for new system sales.  One of those accounts is like an upscale pawn shop called “All that Glitters”.  They have electronics, jewelry and other stuff.  For years … Continue reading

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208/365…What a difference a day makes…

So, Sunday the 24th of July dawned in glorious sunshine. I took this picture of my neighbor’s tree. I like looking at it against the blue sky. Later that day we all headed out to our friend’s home for my oldest … Continue reading

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