There were plenty of places to sit and enjoy the beauty of this state park! Sit and enjoy the sound of the rapids Posted for the Pull Up a Seat Challenge, Week 40, from XingfuMama.
A place to rest weary and hot bones on the Silver Comet Trail in Dallas Ga Douglas and I walked on the Silver Comet Trail near our new home. It is an old railway line turned into a 61.5 miles walking path that runs from Smyrna, GA to the Georgia/Alabama line. Bicyclists and walkers share... Continue Reading →
I saw these seats in a park in Lebanon, Tennessee, and I liked the messages or symbols presented. Sharing through Pull Up a Seat by XingfuMama, August 2, 2019 Prompt.. Important today when truth is being assaulted from every side. So appropriate when you consider the source! Nothing says that dogs are welcome like a... Continue Reading →
Sit together in the woods I saw this triple-seat in the woods one day, and I thought of all the people who could sit here together and talk. It looked just right for a meeting of the minds. Posted for the Pull Up a Seat Challenge from XingfuMama, March 1, 2019, Week Number 9.
For this week's Pull Up a Seat photo Challenge from Xingfu Mama, I chose to post pictures of seats derived from natural settings. Most of them are rocks with flat surfaces just perfect for resting our tired bodies. Don't slide off! Take you shoes off and play in the leaves!
This seat caught my eye because it was dedicated to someone who died young. Because it was situated away from the path we were walking on, I wondered if the young man had loved sitting and contemplating life. I immediately thought of parents, friends, and colleagues who come and sit in the swing and remember... Continue Reading →
This week I went with Douglas as he played Disc Golf. Thankfully, there were many places and types of seats for sitting. This is very important when there are lines of mostly men waiting to throw. Yes, I was the only woman, and I worried that the men would think Douglas was henpecked (what a... Continue Reading →
I lost my heart in beautiful Elche, Spain, also known as Eli, Spain, for two languages are spoken there: Spanish and Valencian. Unfortunately, I could not speak either. But, I would love to go there to live, for it had so much beauty and as there is no white sand beaches, it is less touristy.... Continue Reading →