Posted on January 29, 2013
“It takes a minute to have a crush on someone, an hour to like someone, and a day to love someone… but it takes a lifetime to forget someone.” ― Kahlil Gibran My mom was a fan of Kahlil Gibran, especially of The Prophet, and I think she would forgive and understand if I take […]
Just breathe. Chill out. Take it easy. Relax! Don’t have a cow. I have trouble following any of the above suggestions from well-meaning friends. Once I’m worked up, I just have to have that cow!
Posted on November 11, 2012
Happy Veterans’ Day, everyone! Today I’m going to include the remainder of the photos from my tour of the Annin Flag Factory in Coshocton Ohio, but first I wanted to start with this nice VFW sign near where I’m house-sitting this week.
This weekend’s photo blogs are from my tour of the Annin Flag Factory in Coshocton, Ohio. I had so many great pics from there that I figured I will just make the entire weekend full of patriotic photos. Today I’m celebrating the birth of my brother (in the 60s) and the birth of the U.S. […]
I will stick my head in anything. Okay, maybe that’s a little bit of a yarn, but I really do love those plywood cutouts with a silly scene just begging passersby to insert their noggins. So as you can imagine I was ecstatic to pose, Marla Appleseed style. Kurt was, well, a little less than […]
Death match. That’s the only plausible explanation I can find for why I repeatedly take pairs of socks to the laundromat and return with unmatched sets. I check shirt sleeves, pants, pockets. I run my hands around the insides of the washer and dryer walls, searching in vain. I walk the route from our Coshocton […]
I get it. I get it! “The bee’s knees!” As I was taking close-up photographs with my camera phone on a morning river walk in Coshocton, Ohio, I was mesmerized by the fluffy yellow leg warmers a particular honeybee had accumulated on his many treks over the aster flowers. I was so full of love […]
Today’s photo blog is from last Sunday’s brunch at Raven’s Glenn Winery near Coshocton, Ohio. Adjusting to new towns also means exploring local restaurants. I admit that I’ve gotten such a taste for “fine dining” that it’s sometimes takes a little time to return to my roots. From the list in hand given to me […]
25 stars fly on the flag of the Monticello III canal boat. The official flag of the United States in 1836, she represents the early days of the Walhonding section of the canal in Coshocton County, Ohio. I wondered just how far back in time I was stepping when I rode the horse-drawn canal boat […]