Square and Circle

The Egg House is where we get our eggs – enter, select your eggs from the shelves of fresh ones, and leave your change. The best of small town living! A neighbour’s creativity served as a circle for this challenge. Thanks to Nancy Merrill for the prompt: squares and circles.

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Those Feet!

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week is feet, hands, and paws. Of course, you had to know I’d post bird pics!

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V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #49: gadget

The first time Ric cooked dinner for me, he pulled out a tall, slender stainless steel pot with a glass lid and a basket inside. I’d never seen anything like it. “What is that?” “An asparagus pot!” I haven’t stopped teasing him about it, being the pragmatic woman that I am. I would soon discover […]

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Compassion Needed

Our next door neighbour confides that he has two weeks to a month to a live. “You’ll be seeing lots of my daughter around,” he says with his customary big grin. I take his frail hand in mine and offer condolences. “I’m not afraid of dying; it’s what happens leading up to that moment that […]

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We Canadians Are So Polite

(This sign is posted in the window of a local cafĂ©. I submit it here for Proscenium’s Friday Follies, not to suggest that it is folly, but just that it struck my funny bone, as it depicts the stereotypical Canadian politeness.)

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Throw Blankets and more…

I’ve had the same fleece throw on my bed since my kids were babies, and even though it is fraying at the edges, and been washed so many times you can see through it, I have been reluctant to toss it. Call me superstitious, but I swear it holds good energy. It is an eyesore, […]

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Pink!

Thanks to the creative suggestions on my Birthday Art post, I have created this series of watercolour images for my soon-to-be three-year-old granddaughter. Pink is my world, is her motto.

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