Below are a few photos which steer away from my usual flowers, birds, outdoorsy themes. I hope you enjoy them.
One day in June, Frank and I went to do a little fishing at a nearby town. This is their little General store which was established in 1857. It's been through some changes through the years, I'm sure. How long do you figure it will be until that phone booth is obsolete?
We took the slow route home - following behind a school bus.
Snapped on the move, from the front passenger seat, through the left rear window, across the highway. Isn't that a beautiful heap of mess behind the horse?
My neighbour coaches kidlet soccer. On this day in May, she was pumping up balls in preparation for an upcoming practice.
Another neighbour of mine - Princess Galoshes (aka Lily).
I liked the pattern that the sun and Venetian blinds made on our piano. I can't play but I inherited it from my mother who did. It's been on this earth a fair bit longer than I have. I'm happy that my son, Alex is so musically inclined. It's a lovely instrument and I know that he will continue to appreciate it after I'm long gone.
This is Girl's Night Out - grapefruit, pineapple and lemonade infused with white wine. It's my new summer beverage. Can I pour one for you?
Perhaps a beer is more to your taste?
Can I offer you something to eat? Among other goodies, we have fresh, buttery Brussels sprouts flavoured with garlic, wine, freshly ground pepper and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
You might enjoy this selection of cheese.
If you don't mind, I'm sure Skittles wouldn't refuse a nibble of that cheddar.
And whatever he turns his nose up at, I'm sure Benny will be happy to gobble. Just don't let him jump up on you - he's been playing with the hose, again.
That's it for today. I hope you enjoyed the loose ends photos. I should have something new for you very soon.
Oh and one more thing.. today is five years since I've begun blogging. Who knew that sending a few words and photos out into the WWW could be so much fun? There are some incredibly wonderful people out there on the reading and viewing end of thing. I mean all of YOU, of course, and I thank you for a very enjoyable five years.