Weekly Quote: Celebrating MLK’s Birthday 2021

This is the thing that keeps me awake most nights.

This quote was from a 1963 a letter King wrote from a Birmingham jail in reply to one sent to him by White clergy of that city who were advising him as a fellow clergy to stop his protests. It’s amazing that his words speak so eloquently to me all these years later.

I see I am not the only one who makes this connection. I found this interesting blog in my research for this post. Daily-Ink by David Truss

See my facebook page to view all of the posters I have created from quotes.

Best of the Week: My Grandson the Photographer in Silhouette

Being the Nana and the photographer I might be a little partial but I just love this!

Winter is by no means my favorite season but as a visual person I seek to find the beauty in everything. Click here to see my vision of Winter.

Share Your World: January 9, 2021

What should you get rid of, other than COVID, that would make your new year better, and why?
Excess weight, old clothes, negative thoughts, you know same old same old 😉

What’s the most daring thing you’ve ever done?
I’m not much of daredevil and most any daring thing I have ever done was done out of stupidity or orneriness.

Does your family have a “motto” – spoken or unspoken?
We put the FUN in dysFUNctional…ha ha I’m kidding (sort of).

On a scale of 1-10 how funny would you say you are?
I’m gonna give myself an 8 (you may laugh at that).

What brought gratitude, a smile or laughter to your life this week?
Another dinner with my grandson! And this time, we found a state park with a big lake; just in time for sunset!

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Soft Focus Snow Laying on the River Bank

I don’t care much for snow, or winter either, for that matter, but I have to admit it does make a pretty picture. This one I edited to Soft Focus. You can see more of my #softfocus photography by clicking here

A Photo a Week: Something Pretty