~Tea Walks – 5~

It's been a while since I posted a Tea Walk.  The construction of the house seems never-ending and having spent almost two months sick I had more catch up in the garden than usual.  To my own fault, I just enjoyed the walk and I didn't do much but observe what work there still is ...

~Patterns~

When I was in San Francisco last week, I once again dove deep into admiring the City's buildings and structures.  This time for Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge, I am posting a few shots of one of the beautiful places I stopped in at. The Hearst Building housed the San Francisco Examiner until 1965.  Located ...

~Peter’s Shadow~

Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge: Open Topic

~New Years Pots & Pans~

As kids, way back when, Christmas was a big day for us, Santa, Sleigh Bells, music, eating with family and friends, and of course, presents were the prize of the holiday.  But, a couple of weeks later there was one more celebration to be a part of and that was New Year's Eve. New Years ...

~Black & White vs. Monochrome~

It is not always black and white...

~Garden Stuff~

Today was a prep for the rain.  This was a chance to get around the yard for debris clearing so it all doesn't go into the gutter and clog up this place.  It is the first dark day since last Winter and I love the feeling of it, but I am wary of the mountain ...

~Thoughts~

My Thoughts Today. As all Americans, the Las Vegas murders have got me down.  This is a horrible episode in our Country's life.  Tragic, and it is hard to comprehend this has happened again in America and again, from within.  In like manner, I am still scratching my head of this president posting on Twitter instead of ...

~Tea Walks -4~

Tea Walks #4. To The Bench

~An Invitation~

An Invitation. Back in the day, getting an invitation to a celebration or ceremony meant a bit of work for the sender.  Meaning, the endeavor of etiquette and the production of that being put to purpose to send out an invitation.  It was not only proper behavior but protocol, elemental to one's conduct.  Today it ...

~Lessons Learned~

Tales From My Life. A Life's Lesson Remembered.

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