There are just certain things I don’t expect to see on a yard flag. A quote by Albert Camus is one of those things. Enjoy.
Last year, I posted a Throwback Thursday picture of the Halloween pumpkins Daughter #1 named when she was four. There must be something about that age. When Daughter #2 was four a couple of years ago, she also named the … Continued
Southerners are known for hospitality. And here in the neighborhood, we always try to remember our manners. Even around Halloween. So, it’s not that we’re trying to be rude, or anything — but here goes… Boo. Y’all. (Hope that wasn’t … Continued
So it has happened again. There’s obviously been another sale at the Pumpkin Flag store. Once again, monogramming is included. But apparently, only for the letter B. (I wonder if both of these families’ names actually start with a B. … Continued
This used to be one of my favorite neighborhood views. And then, on this day two years ago, we had the catastrophic Flood of 2015. The little tucked-away road from which I took this picture was totally washed away and … Continued
September is slowly fading away, taking the flash and brilliance of summer with it. All of the bright hues are now gone, letting us see the colors that are left behind. Right now, I’m seeing a lot of purple. Purple … Continued
For centuries, windmills have harnesed the energy of the wind to pump water and grind grain. Here in the neighborhood, we’ve been on city water for a long, long time. So why all the windmills? There’s only one option. The … Continued