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Day Seventy-Four (The Truth On Parenting)

Good Evening Friends!!!!

Dinner was served at 6pm tonight! My husband picked up some food for the children and himself. I ate leftovers and was quite okay with that. 330 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition

Poinsettia having scarlet petallike leaves is a popular plant for the Christmas also in Japan. It requires darkness more than 12 hours to start changing color and does also brightness for vivid color. 34 more words


Green Paint

I begin with the heavy grit, which takes long, deep scratches of paint with it, gouging down through the layers of paint. 337 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Transition

 Miniature ice bergs stubbornly hold on to winter as Lake Huron welcomes Spring. The Great Lakes are a massive stage for seasonal transitions.

This photo was my contribution for The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.


Black and White Sunday: Looking Back

Sofie in Oct 2013.

Interesting how much her feathers have grown & how dark her ear tips have become.  Just a few years makes a world of difference in an animal. 31 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge - Transition

Waiting for the Wrecking Ball.

Abandoned, defunct just waiting for the Wrecking Ball to head its way and flatten it to the ground.  No doubt in its place will be another new build industrial unit of steel girder and aluminium cladding, more than likely painted in some bright garish colour.  107 more words

Everyday Life

WPC: Transition

I’ve always had this feeling of sitting on a ginormous ‘ticking’ clock. A normal day brings in 24 hours, 1440 minutes, and 86400 seconds. And each ticking second can lead to a number of diverging possibilities. 83 more words