Sunday SignagePosted: January 13, 2013 Filed under: 365 Meditation Challenge, Critters, Daily Walk, Digital Art, Earth, exercise, home, Local Tourists, nature, Photography, pond, snow, Spirit, Sunday signage, Walking, water, weather, winter | Tags: black squirrel, clouds, Dix Stadium, Jane Austen, Kent, Kent Ohio, Kent State University, MaidinSun Photography, nature, Outdoors, Photography, pond, rain, snow, Sunday signage, trees, water, weather 23 Comments
Angry people are not always wise.
~ Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
When I was young, and quite possibly stupid, I would become passionate in my anger during some of the arguments between M and myself. Consequently, objects (and implements) were known to suddenly take flight (and no, we did not have a poltergeist living with us). When I saw this sign while out on our walk yesterday, I laughed and laughed, thinking how fun it would be to have such a sign in my kitchen. I no longer throw things out of anger, but the occasional implement has been known to go flying out of my klutzy hands when I’m prepping food.
Sunday signagePosted: July 15, 2012 Filed under: 365 Yoga Challenge, Bicycle Adventures, Critters, Earth, Fire, home, nature, Photography, pond, Spirit, Summer, Sunday signage, Walking, wandering, water, weather | Tags: Akron, cycling, flowers, Muskrat, nature, Outdoors, Photography, pond, rain, reflections, Summer, Sunday signage, Towpath Trail, water, weather, wildflowers 38 Comments
I’ve never before seen a sign warning about the dangers of using the loo. I’d hate to be in there when that alarm goes off.
Sunday signagePosted: July 1, 2012 Filed under: 365 Yoga Challenge, Adventures in Life, Earth, nature, Photography, Spring, Sunday signage, travel, Vacation, Walking | Tags: Canada, cemetery, nature, New Brunswick, Outdoors, Photography, spring, Sunday signage, travel 19 Comments
This sign (and the shire, presumably) were located next to the Ha Ha Cemetery.
Sunday signagePosted: November 13, 2011 Filed under: 365 Yoga Challenge, Adventures in Life, Autumn, Earth, fall, friends, Fun!, home, Local Tourists, NaBloPoMo, Photography, Spirit, Sunday signage, water, weather, yoga | Tags: Cleveland, Lake Erie, NaBloPoMo, Photography, postaday2011, Sunday signage 23 Comments
Yesterday M and I went up to Cleveland to visit with friends who recently moved up that way into a lovely condo overlooking Lake Erie. We had a great time which, unfortunately, was shortened a bit this morning due to illness. I’m not feeling too well.
318: Back to the woodsPosted: August 7, 2011 Filed under: 365 Life in the Bogs Challenge, Adventures in Life, Earth, family, home, nature, Photography, pond, Quotes, Summer, Walking, water, weather | Tags: Bird, goldenrod, great blue heron, John Muir, Photography, pond, postaday2011, quotes, Rabindranath Tagor, Richard Nelson, Sunday signage 24 Comments
I had a Sunday signage post all planned for today, but after taking my walk this morning I decided to take you back to the woods with me. It’s so beautiful back there, especially now that the seasonal light is changing just a tad.
311: Sunday signagePosted: July 31, 2011 Filed under: 365 Life in the Bogs Challenge, celebrations, Earth, family, home, nature, Photography, Spirit, Summer, Sunday signage | Tags: birthday, Cedar Point, flowers, Photography, postaday2011, Sunday signage, wildflowers 16 Comments
That is some expensive chicken. But it is the Original Chicken so I suppose it might be worth it. We saw this sign in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania during our last trip out that way in July.
297: Sunday SignagePosted: July 17, 2011 Filed under: 365 Life in the Bogs Challenge, Earth, home, nature, Photography, pond, Spirit, Summer, Sunday signage, Walking, water, weather | Tags: FIFA Women's World Cup, garden, Photography, pond, postaday2011, Sunday signage, sunset 32 Comments
I almost forgot to post today! Yikes. The past two days have been incredibly relaxing, with nothing on my schedule. I do a better job of keeping track of my blog posts when I’m busy, it seems.
The photo was taken at Idlewild when we were there on July 9th with our granddaughters and their parents. A fun time was had by all. If you ever happen to be in the Pittsburgh area with small children accompanying you, Idlewild is a great place to take them. They have a lot of rides that are just right for a 6 year old and a 2 year old. You can even ride a trolley through Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. I wonder if children in the future will even know who Mr. Rogers was. In addition, the park has been around since the 1800s and is well shaded by some magnificent trees.