Tag Archives: books

Lego “Gang”

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Lego Club once a month,

Fun times where kids

may meet children from 

other schools, volunteer to

be on other teams and enjoy

creating arrangements for a

specific theme or purpose,

arranged and organized

by the Children’s 

Librarian at our

local Delaware

County Library.

Make sure you check 

out book clubs, subject matter

adult gatherings (e.g. mystery

readers or historians) and great 

musical, dramatic and family 

entertainment found at 

your local library!

Photograph taken

by blog author of her three

growing grandsons on a cool

but not yet frosty evening, 

(Left – Right)

Landen (11) – Skyler (12) – Micah (8)

Pastel cotton candy clouds

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The skies were layered in

late Autumn with these puffs,

rippling waves and pinks 

with peaches against 

lovely turquoise sky.

Over electrical wires and 

odds and ends but I still

couldn’t resist sharing!

I left off a few special people

on my post for Christmas or

Holiday gifts to purchase from

fine and creative fellow bloggers.

Here there are more to keep 

in mind as the New Year, 

2017,  approaches. . .

http://paulinekingblog.wordpress.com

Where you will find beauty, 

shimmery artistic “danglers”

to catch the bright sunshine

and send cheery days in

amidst wintery blustery days.

Pauline also is a painter of

Beautiful and brilliant

mandelas to decorate

and enjoy like their

suncatcher siblings.

The other two are

authors who share

wisdom, grace and

doses of healthy laughter.

Check out Colleen Brown’s books:

http://bikecolleenbrown.wordpress.com

Check out Sheila Morris’s books:

http://redsrantsnraves.com

http://www.iwillcallit.com

http://www.writersheilamorris.com

Nestled and snug in their “beds”

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The grandies are going to spend 

Christmas Eve at Nana’s house!

First time in five years!

They were overnight 

on a warm November

night, but right away,

I thought of my blog

when I saw the 

M & M girls

with their

sweet little heads

together.

Just couldn’t 

resist;

part two 

of  “t’was

the Night Before 

Christmas. . .”

Enjoy the end of

December!

Christmas wishes found in Crescent moonscape

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This is a gift from Mother Nature,

passed  on  from  me to you!

While  this  post  lists  fellow

bloggers who offer items

to purchase for your

holiday gifts.:

~ ~ * * * ~ ~

~ Art ~

° Inese, photography at:

http://inesemjphotography.com

• Kirt Tisdale, paintings, prints

and frameable photographs at:

http://thewallgallery.com

~ Books ~

• Balroop Singh, author at:

http://balroop2013.wordpress.com

° Carol Balawyder, author at:

http://carolbalawyder.com

• Christy Birmingham, author at:

http://poeticparfait.wordpress.com

° Kevin Cooper, author at:

http://kcbooksandmusic.wordpress.com

• Jill Weatherholt, author at:

http://jillweatherholt.wordpress.com

http://www.jillweatherholt.com

° D. Wallace Peach, author at:

http://mythsofthemirror.com

• Debby , author at:

http://dgkayewriter.com

° Christoph Fischer, author at:

http://christophfischerbooks.com

• Merril D. Smith, author at:

http://merrildsmith.wordpress.com

° Sheila Hurst, author at:

http://sheilahurst.wordpress.com

• Pamela S. Wight, author at:

http://roughwighting.net

° Luanne Castle, author at:

http://luannecastle.com

• Sally Georgina Cronin, author

and hostess of authors at:

http://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com

° John W. Howell, author at:

http://johnwhowell.com

• L.T. Garvin, author at:

http://broussardlana.wordpress.com

° Sue Vincent, author at:

http://scvincent.com

• Judith Barrow, author at:

http://judithbarrowblog.com

° Anneli Purchase, author at:

http://wordsfromanneli.com
•°• Ho ho ho! •°•

Happy Holidays!

to those who celebrate~

* Kwanzaa

Hanukkah *

* Christmas

and to those who don’t~

Enjoy your days off from work!

Watercolor inspired by Anneli’s photograph

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Anneli’s travel post from

going through Missoula, Montana

will share five photographs which

included the inspiration for this

Sunday morning painting I did.

It could have more details or depth 

but I tend to worry about messing

with watercolors and how they

“get muddy!” I hope you will

check out my dear friend,

Anneli’s post found at:

Turning Seasons

While you are visiting her,

take a look at her books she wrote,

as well as the natural wonders,

her dogs, Emma and Ruby,

and much more there! 

Thursday’s Doors~ Inside doors are entry to other worlds

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The stained glass doors are

protected by a set of double

unbreakable glass doors

with stainless steel frames.

The children are my son

and daughter in law’s

combination family,

otherwise known as

Hendrix’s siblings!

ha ha ha

🙂 🙂 🙂
The photograph was taken

of the Delaware County 

District Library, located

at 84 East Winter Street

Delaware, Ohio.
Please check out

the weekly program

hosted by

Norm Frampton,

who has connecting links

found on his Thursday’s Doors:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com