Amanda (Something to Ponder About) asks us: ”Have you ever experienced a ‘Sliding Door’ moment? Those moments when you made a choice in life, that led to significant changes for you?” I have always loved the movie, Sliding Doors, and seen it several times over the years. Gwyneth Paltrow is never wrong either. But first […]Read Post ›
This week’s host for the photo challenge is Amy : ”Show us your favorite ‘time to relax’ activity, place, or moment. It can be in any season, month, week, or day. :)” Relax is something we all try to do – and need to do. Sometimes they are hard to get by, those moments…but […]Read Post ›
Walls – Indoors or Outdoors. Some of my favorite walls are covered in books. Dublin.
Fake News At The House Of The Wannsee Conference, Berlin Please, go to the blog Hikeminded, for a very important article to remind us all where we might be heading with today’s fake news. We tend to forget, don’t we – what we should have learned from history. She writes it so well – and unfortunately […]Read Post ›
Books, books…art and culture. One of the reasons to why I love visiting the eastern countries in Europe is just that. I get my share of childhood joy and my faiblesse for books. Inside, there are more than 8 million books. Just think about all the catalogues there must be…these were only a few. Do […]Read Post ›
I was invited by Raj (XDrive) to join the Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge. (Thank you, Raj) The Rules are • Seven days. • Seven black and white photos of your life. • No people. • No explanation. • Challenge someone new each day Today I would like to challenge Sue at WordsVisual Sue, participate […]Read Post ›
Unusual…well, my daughter spotted this unusual grave decoration when we visited the beautiful Highgate Cemetery, London. The much loved author Douglas Adams’ fans leave their most precious pens in the pot. Of course we did as well. We are all only Hitchhikers here, aren’t we…
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters S or T The staircase, Trinity College, Dublin, The Old Library, The Long Room
For PR – promoting things, like Lars Wallin clothes, we still use paper… Writing novels, short stories and poetry… Writing other important, or less important, messages… Paper craft… Information and news… …and for candy bags of course… So, except for wrapping paper, these were a few more I found in my pockets, for Ailsa!