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Day Two Hundred and Sixty: Fungus

Skirting around dead wood, like captured saw blades held fast, or fairy spiral staircases, jutting out like Asimov’s dwelling places, your amazing shapes food for active imaginations, our mind’s eye feasting on your bulbous balloons, frilled petticoats and nobbly nodules. 72 more words

Garden

What would people write on your tombstone

People say the nicest things about a person at their funeral. Somehow, the bad things, the disagreements and failures are forgotten when the speeches are made. 423 more words

a very grave post...

It’s a bit macabre to think about how you will be remembered when you die.  I personally wouldn’t mind simply being associated with my hobbies and calling it a day.  139 more words

Blogging

Elf on a Tombstone

I remember the creepy red and green pixie dolls growing up, a precursor to the more modern Elf on the Shelf. The concept of moving the elf place to place is new to me. 151 more words

Tombstone and Tucson

Known as the town too tough to die, Tombstone is a touristy, old western boomtown in southern Arizona notorious for the OK Corral shootout.  It’s one of my husbands favorite places to visit and a stop over is always required when visiting southern AZ. 245 more words