…thanks to XingFu Mama for hosting the Pull Up a Seat Photo Challenge
This last one is the car seat after the passenger window exploded while my husband was driving on the highway today. No one was hurt and the window has been replaced. The shop figured a truck had kicked up a stone and hit it just right to cause this kind of damage.
….thanks to Xingfu Mama for hosting the Pull up a Seat Photo Challenge
As the summer draws to a close the seats up at the cottage are mostly empty now during the week. The last photo is of my granddaughter enjoying a book in a comfy chair at school while she waits for her Mom.
….thanks to Xingfu Mama for hosting the Pull Up a Seat Photo Challenge
On Thursday I made a quick trip to the library at WAAC. After a short meeting I decided to head over to the museum which is literally around the corner. It was a beautiful day and there were lots of people on the street and some were sitting on walls to take in a fabulous group of street musicians.
Inside the museum I only had time to visit one exhibit. I have a membership so I know that I can come back at any time and take a closer look at things that really interest me. I chose to walk around the ‘Treasures of a Desert Kingdom’. What a wonderfully rich display wealth, art and culture.
Some of the most interesting artefacts were the chairs, thrones and modes of transportation.
…thanks to Xingfu Mama for hosting this challenge
Inside dinosaur eggs, chairs, benches, steps, stools, giant Muskoka chairs and electric scooters all make wonderful seats to rest our bodies.
….thanks to Judy for hosting the All Lined Up Photo Challenge
A special shout out to our son-in-law for the last photo of our granddaughter with the line of dipping sauces in front of her.
….thanks to Snow for this week’s theme for the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge
….thanks to Xingfu Mama for hosting the Pull Up a Seat Photo Challenge’
During our trip to the vineyards in the Niagara Region I noticed that a lot of the wineries were preparing for the good weather by bringing out their garden furniture. Unfortunately it’s not quite warm enough to ‘pull up a seat’ and enjoy the great outdoors.
Between the Lines had some nice chairs inside as well but they seemed more ornamental than practical.