It is so 50s (I’m talking temperature in fehrenheit here) this week so my banner is green in honor of all the new shoots and buds on the branches of trees and bushes and of the green pushing up from bulbs in the early spring warmth. It was pure delight to romp in the neighborhood sleuthing out the prompts. This week’s prompts were: 1. Crossed, 2. A Glimpse, 3. Handwritten, 4. Bliss and 5. Gray. I hope you like what I found, but, more importantly, perhaps, learn a bit more about me as you go with me into my neighborhood. My friend, Andrea Dawn, is all about relationships and she told me she loved coming here because she learned so much about me here. I am really no photographer so becoming friends is probably a better reason for you to come here on Scavenger Hunt Sunday. I would offer you a cup of your favorite beverage if I could. I hold on to the hope that some day that just might happen this side of heaven if we stay connected. I am so happy you are here. Please make yourself at home and enjoy!
When my pups and I cross the road from the place I have to park to take them to the bike path for their run, we end up in a fenced-in area where the railroad company stores their heavy equipment. This is what is painted on the beginning of the bike path which goes in the opposite direction from where we go. This week I snapped a picture of the path because of the cross.
2. A Glimpse
Snapping this picture between the slates in a fence allowed only a glimpse of what was behind the fence. I was just happy the Guard Dog they said they had there did not poke his nose or teeth out through the slate. I’m also glad I was able to snap this picture without a person wondering what I was doing. If I answered I was on Ashley Sisk’s scavenger hunt, do you think they’d have said it was o.k.?
This is a love note I wrote to my husband some time ago. He taped it up on the kitchen cabinet so he could see it all the time. I told him I’d write him more notes, but he likes this one! It’s on a stickey note advertising a sleep medication. What can I say?
This is bliss: one happy dog after running the bike path. She is absolutely, delightfully filthy. She’s looking out the door of the van at the trail she has just thoroughly sniffed, scratched, rolled in and ran over. You can see the wet fur and muddy paw prints which will make grooming tedious when we get home. I hope she thinks it was worth it. Just look at those long eyelashes. She’s just been to heaven and doesn’t want the dream to end.
4. Show Me Your Style