There is dense housing in Italy, so not many big yards. But, some balconies are covered in flowers and bushes, even a tree at one apartment! I love how they place flowers together, making full use of small spaces, as seen below. In a yard in Montesilvano, Italy. For the Flower of the Day Challenge... Continue Reading →
https://sundayphotofictioner.files.wordpress.com/2019/05/spf-10-28-8-fandango-4.jpeg?w=1440 Photo credit: Fandango As Ginny walked the red-berries covered path to her dead mother's old house on Mother's Day, she hoped to learn something about her mother. She found a picture of her mother as a cheerleader! How beautiful she was and so full of life! What had turned this vivacious young woman into... Continue Reading →
This prompt was easy for me, for my husband, Douglas, loves to be in front of the camera. Everywhere we go, around the world, I sometimes have to ask him to move out of the shot! But, he is cute! My shining knight in green in Alicante, Spain! In Elche, Spain! Check out the socks!... Continue Reading →
Roman ruins in Portugal Home of Former Wealthy Spaniard in Elche, Spain Top of the Stairs Stairs In Elche, Spain Narrow but Beautiful Stairs Uneven Stairs, so Unclimbed Stairs in Spain Steps on Hole 1 Disc Golf Smyrna, Tennessee. I loved these steps. Pictures posted for Cee''s Fun Foto Challenge: Stairs and Steps.
See all the pretty little letters, waiting to be formed into words. Those words can praise or criticize, according to how they are unfurled. The tormentor creates the words that cause pain and take away joy. But the one who seeks to encourage forms words that do not destroy. Words like "You are priceless" are... Continue Reading →
Setting up to play her music, Joyless, with no smile on her face, Like the little deer on her leg, She seemed somewhat out of place. Then she started playing her music, And so blissful she finally became. Her music, so beautiful, touched me, And I just wanted to know her name. I sent her... Continue Reading →
I saw this restaurant in Spain. Douglas had been a missionary for three years in Kenya, so because it was named "Africa," we went in, thinking we would get African food. But, there was not an African or African food. We ate burgers. Posted for Kammie's Oddball Challenge, March 28, 2019.
Agent Xerxes looked out at the lightning that threatened his life, and he wondered when the authorities would allow him to return home. It has been ten long years on this abominable planet, and he just wants to return to his people. Admittedly, he had volunteered to come to Earth to see if he could... Continue Reading →
This road was a long walk at an olive oil factory in Portugal. But tasting five different kinds of olive oil and learning all about making olive oil made it worth it. A Long Walk! Another road that was intriguing was in El Campella, Spain, as we had to cross the road to get to... Continue Reading →