These past two and a half weeks have been very hard for me. I am not used to being under the weather. I will be going back to the doctor the Wed. before Thanksgiving. My dog, Brandy, has kept me moving. She loves me no matter how I feel. She knows I love her too. She puts many smiles on my face and in my heart.
I need to catch up on the challenges that I have missed. Here are the Challenges that I have missed: Jake’s Sunday Post–Wonderful, Surroundings and Architecture Weekly Photo Challenges–Renewal & Green; Weekly Travel Themes–Bright, Soft & Mystical; Let’s Be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge–#5 Wild Life; Story Challenge: Letter’s S & T; Weeks 8 & 9 of Thursday’s Windows and Wordless Wednesday times 2 weeks.
So, here goes what I have decided to post, just to catch up on past challenges. There are several photos to share, I put them in a slideshow. Just click on them to enlarge the photo to get a better view.
Please enjoy the slideshow. Thank you for all your prayers and kind words throughout my illness. I appreciate them and you all, very much.
This is showing the normal distance of a beautiful sunset. (Surroundings)
A re-post of Snuggles the Skunk. (Wild Life & Letter S; Pets)
There are bird on the green grass eating bread crumbs as it starts to snow. ( Green & Letter S & Wild life)
A young Robin alone and has not flown south for the winter (Wild Life)
Wordless Wednesday Can you say “Spoiled” (Pets)
My cousin took this photo. She did not know what town she found this building in…been several years…but she saw character in this building with a face. (Thursday’s Windows)
Our first measurable Snow fall of the season (Letter S)
The very last of the setting sun. The color of the sky was pretty. (Surroundings)
A close-up as the sun continues to set into the tree line. (Letter S & T; Surroundings)
A photo of the Kansas City Library. The building is made to look like a row of books on a shelf. Taken in 2007, by a friend. (Architecture)
Continuing to photograph the setting sun at the end of a beautiful day. (Bright & Surroundings)
This is Charlie the cat…he was 22+ yrs when he was put down on the 5th of Nov. He was very soft and had beautiful green eyes. He will be missed by many of the family. (Soft & Green; Pets)
The sun was huge in the sky, but I had to get a close up to show the beautiful sun low in the sky. (Bright)
A Bright full-moon. A Mystical night as Thin clouds Drift over the moon. (Bright, Mystical & Letter T)
This was taken several years ago when I lived in Louisiana. It was My Mystical Tree. I would go there, set under it and write. I would go there just to be alone. (Letter T & Mystical)
The sun setting as rush hour traffic heads home. A jet stream in upper right corner. Colors are fantastic at this time of the day. (Letter S & Bright)
The very last of the setting sun. A slight glow left in the sky. (Surroundings)
I tried to capture the sunset to share. The sun low in the sky and the colors are perfect. (Bright & Surroundings)
The glow of the setting sun at the end of the day. (Surroundings & bright)
A perfectly round sun as it sets in the south west sky beyond the trees. (Surroundings; Letter S & T)
This was my sun room when I lived in Minnesota. I loved the windows, there was plenty of light (Thursday’s Windows)
A Woolly worm coming from the field. A sign of Renewal to eventually become a butterfly. (Renewal)
This was taken several years ago at my mom’s house. She loved Honeysuckle and this big bumble bee did too. (Photo used for Wordless Windows 11/21/12)
Winter is almost here and this young Robin is still here in Indiana (Wild Life)