This week, show us your version of fleeting moments in pictures, poems, stories and other creative ideas.
Read all about my blogger meet-up and have fun with this week's photo challenge theme "dilapidated."
If you need a hint, this week's theme is about road trips! I like to call it road-trippin! This week, show and tell us your favorite sights and highlights you've seen along the road this summer, this year, or from your archives. "Road trips required a couple of things: a well-balanced diet of caffeine, salt … Continue reading Sunday Stills: What a Long, Strange #RoadTrip It’s Been
What's that smell? Check out the variety of scents, aromas and odors for Sunday Stills Photo Challenge!
My last Sunday Stills Photo Challenge post of August before my short break is the popular monthly color challenge. This month’s color is burlywood, a light shade of brown, kind of like khakis. A very non-descript color in the world of browns and tans, but it seems to be a popular neutral as well. August … Continue reading Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge: Walking in a #Burlywood World
Black and white photography is not at the top of my list of favorite photography techniques. I prefer color photography, but I enjoy seeing others’ black and white images and I recognize the special eye and techniques it takes to create just the right image. “Black and white photography removes any distraction of color and … Continue reading Sunday Stills: Your Best #Black-and-White Photos
March 1st was the first day of Meteorological spring in the northern hemisphere, and here in Spokane, the temps were in the balmy mid-50s (Fahrenheit) all week. Not much rain, but I do have some rainy-day pics from my archives to share for the theme today. An abstract view of a downpour in our backyard … Continue reading Sunday Stills: #Rain, Rain…Another Day
With winter still in full swing in the northern hemisphere, I wanted to challenge us all to look at and photograph objects that are the color white. If you live in or around snow, then show us your snowy scenes. If not, the color white is all around us. I'm still a newbie to living … Continue reading Sunday Stills: A #White-Washed World
February is National Bird Feeding Month if you are wondering what inspired the Sunday Stills challenge theme this week. Black-Billed Grosbeak I shared a similar post last year about the need to provide food for the birds, especially in the winter months. By February in the northern hemisphere, seeds, grains and other feed are buried … Continue reading Sunday Stills: #Feeding Those Birds!
With all the turmoil and sickness plaguing us these last few weeks, I want to take a moment to celebrate my daughters’ January birthdays. If we were having coffee today, I would invite you in for a hot beverage of your choice (coffee’s ready!) and perhaps some virtual birthday cake. Today is my oldest daughter’s … Continue reading Where are You Going? Here’s to Strong Women
In the spirit of the Christmas season, as families everywhere celebrate the holidays, I offer a re-post of one of my favorite and popular posts from 2015. If we were having coffee on this fourth and final day of Advent, in which we celebrate love, we would sip a hot beverage while our church choir … Continue reading “That’s What Christmas Is All About, Charlie Brown” Redux
If we were having coffee today, I would share with you my review of a fabulous new book from one of my favorite bloggers! To me there is nothing like enjoying a few moments with a hot beverage while reading a good book. Let me introduce you to Hugh Roberts, blogger at Hugh’s Views and … Continue reading Glimpses Book Review and Author Round-Up
If we were having coffee this morning I would tell you how much I have missed sharing posts in the Weekly Coffee Share, and bid a Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms. If we were having coffee, I would share my heart with you today. On this Mother’s Day, I miss my mom, who … Continue reading My Mother’s Feet No Longer Touch the Earth
If we were having coffee today on this lovely Valentine's Day, I would ask you to sit down for a few moments while I tell you the true story of how love conquered fear and loneliness and expanded our family. I dusted this post off out of the archives for just this very moment. LOVE. Nothing … Continue reading We Chose You!
Or, "What I did on My Winter Vacation” If I say my blogging break is over and is now past tense, is my break broken? Well, ponder that while we have coffee this morning and we “break” our fast. Yes, my blogging break is over. You saw that I did manage to post for the weekly … Continue reading Stumbled, Broken and Inspired: Weekend Coffee Share