Monthly Archives: November 2011

Tomorrow’s just another day #photoaday #project365

334 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — The End. “Tomorrow’s just another day, and I don’t believe in time.” ~Hootie and the Blowfish Fall is coming to an end. This semester is coming to an end. My 365 is nearly … Continue reading

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Good Fences #photoaday #project365

333 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — Fence. I didn’t have time to wander away from my desk today, so I had to do this one at the desk. Yes, these are items normally found on my desk.

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Dreaming of Freedom #photoaday #project365

332 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — I am…

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R&R #photoaday #project365

331 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — Starts with R. R is for red beans and rice.

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Sleepy Day #photoaday #project365

330 of 365.

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Any time is the right time #photoaday #project365

329 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — Favorite time of the day. As far as Annie is concerned, any time is the right time to chase butterflies, and any time she can chase butterflies is her favorite time of the … Continue reading

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For the Beauty of the Earth #photoaday #project365

328 of 365. This our hymn of grateful praise.

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I Am Half Sick of Shadows by Alan Bradley

67 in my 2011 book blogging challenge. I Am Half Sick of Shadows is just and cute and endearing as all of Alan Bradley’s other books in the Flavia de Luce series. I like this kid sleuth. This is a … Continue reading

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I’m thankful for… #photoaday #project365

327 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — Thankful. I’m thankful for happy baby faces, cookie goo on the chin and all.

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Occupy Purchasing Power

The pepper spraying incident at UC Davis brought me into the ring on the Occupy Wall Street (and everywhere else) controversy. I’ve only been half paying attention so far, to be honest. I’ve heard a lot of bad things about … Continue reading

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