Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge – July 2, 2017

…..our own ‘Nessie’ the Lake Ontario monster?

Obviously it’s just part of a fallen tree but it reminded me of the Loch Ness Monster. Do you have any odd ball photos to share with Cee?

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Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge – February 6, 2017

…thanks Cee for hosting the odd ball photo challenge

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Fresh tulip lying on a winter beach

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Don’t want to imagine what this is spewing into the lake

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A worn park bench

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No idea what this is. A ride, an exercise device??????

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Duck Duck Goose

….I may be a little late with Cee’s call for Duck Duck Goose but yesterday’s walk gave me ample material for this week’s challenge

 

Share Your World 2016 – Week 47 (Grateful List)

….with American Thanksgiving coming up this week Cee has asked us to share what we’re grateful for

What are you grateful for in regard to:

Your home life?

….having a roof over my head and being mortgage free and having a wonderful place to go to in the summer


Your family?

…..that my children are all happily married and that my husband is on the mend
Your blogging community?

…..for my loyal followers who comment regularly
Your city or immediate area in which you live?

…..for being clean, vibrant and safe


The regional area in which you live?

…..that I live close to water that I can see every day and safely drink from


The country where you live?

….. for it’s diversity
You?

…..that I have a husband who loves me, three successful children and a beautiful granddaughter


Optional Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m grateful for an exceptionally beautiful week of warm and sunny weather; something that is very unusual for this time of year. I’m also grateful that I was able to get my snow tires on my car before the snow really begins to fall.

I’m looking forward to a three day camping trip with our grade five students. We’ll be travelling about 2 1/2 north of the city. Before you think I’m completely bonkers let me clarify that we aren’t sleeping in tents. We have cabins to sleep in.

I’m also looking forward to seeing my sister from Calgary on the weekend. She’s flying in with her husband to visit our Dad before this big move into the retirement home, spend some time with me, visit friends in Georgetown and visit her mother-in-law who lives in Ottawa. It will be a busy weekend for her.