Well, I'm squeaking this in last minute and missed last week
entirely due to having way too much fun people watching in Galveston
on Saturday night, on a date with the hubby and some friends.
I missed you all, now on to the prompts.....
[ travel ]
This little sanderling crossed my path on his travels . . .
[ silly ]
From the archives....my husband's family has a family olympics and this was the 'bobsled' event.
Over and then under with a wet sponge to see who could fill the bucket with the most water by the end.
There were sillier events, like the oreo cookie from the forehead into the mouth with no hands, but
that might have been more silly than anyone would have wanted me to share! haha
[ black & white ]
Yes, I'm sharing this one again from Friday but like I said I'm squeaking this together....this is the Texas
Tall Ship Elissa, and not a replica but a survivor. She was built in 1877 in Scotland, finally coming to rest
after 90 years of commercial history in Greece, where she was found in a scrap yard and not allowed to die. She is an incredible piece of history and is still a fully functioning three masted, iron-hulled sailing ship that continues to sail annually during sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
[ spots ]
Lucky for me when we were at the garden center today I just happened to have my camera, imagine that!
Thank you Miss Butterfly...
[ paper ]
This is the cover to one of my favorite notebooks, with paper . . . I know, not so creative,
but I was desperate!
Hope your all having a wonderful weekend!!