Which Way Photo Challenge 5-23-19

Here we go again! It’s Thursday, Which Way Photo Challenge Time.

Thanks to Beach for putting this together. Please go visit his blog to see his really fun photos, and other challenges.

This challenge is all about the way people go from one place to another, signs, bridges, pathways, streets, etc.

Here’s my take on it this week from the Uptown Park area of Houston, TX.

Which Way Photo Challenge 5-9-19

Hi! It’s Thursday, that means it’s Which Way Photo Challenge Time.

Thanks Son of A Beach for having this fun challenge every week.

How people move from place to place on land, signs, bridges, roads, walkways, all the ways we move about.

Here’s my take on it this week.

Being unique

I called my cousins to wish her happy birthday, and we got to chatting.

She was so encouraging and sweet.

We are all so unique in our own way.

It would be a shame if we couldn’t enjoy our own way of being unique.

Cheers to loving your own unique self.

Which Way Photo Challenge

April 25, 2019

Hello lovely folks! It’s Thursday and time for Beach’s Which Way Photo Challenge!

Roads, signs, trails, walkways, stairs, bridges….how do people move from one place to another on Land?

Here’s my take on it this week.

Which Way Photo Challenge 4/11/19

Greetings from Northeastern United States. I’ve got some fun things to show you from Atlantic City, New Jersey. Welcome to the 4/11/19 Which Way Photo Challenge. A big thank you to Son of a Beach for continuing the challenge. Check out his blog for some great photos and other challenges.

Here’s my take on it from the Historic Boardwalk.

Which Way Photo Challenge 3-28-19

Thursday, Thursday, Thursday! It’s the Which Way Photo Challenge from my friend Son of a Beach! Go check out his blog for more details, and fabulous photos.

Here’s my take on it this week from Downtown Austin, Tx.

The photo above is from the 4th floor balcony of Representative Garnet Coleman. In the middle left, you can see the University of Texas Clock tower. Below is not a pond, they are the skylights and Rotunda of the Extension building which is all underground. An amazing view for sure, it’s probably more spectacular at night.

Gratitude Wednesday

Last night was one of those restless nights. Awake at 12:30am, 3:01am, 4:29 am. I finally decided to just get up at 5:30, tired of fighting for sleep.

The funny thing is, I don’t feel overly tired….yet.

In light of no sleep, I’m grateful for good coffee, my pup Dolly, and a break in the rain.

My car is really clean for the first time since January, and I’m ready to make my client calls with my boss today.

The rest of the week, I’m going to let go of things that I can’t control and rest in knowing that nothing meant for me will pass me by.

Happy Wednesday.