Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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An old shed with daisies

Monday, January 27, 2014

I had an interesting day today.

Well, I had an interesting day. I called a lady who sells Avon to place an order. The lady answers, I was using my cell phone, did not get her first line, however, I got her second line which was "How can I help you?" I told her I wanted to place an order. She started to laugh. I was wondering WHAT was so funny??? She said, "Are you SURE you want to place an order here? I said, "yes, I do". In between bouts of laughter, she asked, "Do you realize you called MAHER'S FUNERAL HOME? Then, the both of us had a great laugh, I told her I wanted to order a jacket, a nice one that they could probably lay me down in, but NOT today! I could still hear her laughing when I hung up.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

SepiaSaturday, January 25, 2014

I saw snow in the prompt for today and it reminded me of the day I went to visit my daughter, Christina in Belledune, north New Brunswick.  It was December 18, 2010, very chilly, however, we decided to go for a walk on the beach across from her home.  It was bright and sunny, but, very COLD.
 Not your typical day at the beach, but it was invigorating!!!
 The water would freeze as soon as it would hit some logs in the water!
 We were all bundled up against the elements that day.
 In this picture, there is no sign of ice, so one would wonder when I am bundled up so much with hat, winter coat, etc.....
Of course, whether it is hot or cold, one must play in the sand!

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Saturday, January 18, 2014

SepisSaturday, January 17, 2014

I looked in vain for a picture of one soldier going to war, but, was unsuccessful.  I, however, came across this picture of many many soldiers going to the First World War.  They were Canadian soldiers departing from Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.  What brave men and women!!!





When I look at all these soldiers, I wonder how many actually made it back to Canada?

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Saturday, January 11, 2014

SepiaSaturday, January 11, 2014

I went looking through my bible to see what was in there.  I found some pansies I had put there between waxpaper back in the mid '90's, then I came across some more pansies I had put there last year.  

Upon further investigation, I came across a card I had put there and a sheet with "The Old Rugged Cross" hymn.  I guess the bible holds just about anything you want it to hold for you........



Then, here is a collection of pansies my daughter made for me of pansies in my garden from the '90"s.

It's a weird assortment, but, what do you have in your bible?
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