“The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls”

The Daily Post says: You’re asked to recite a poem (or song lyrics) from memory — what’s the first one that comes to mind? Does it have a special meaning, or is there another reason it has stayed, intact, in your mind? from The Princess: The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls BY ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON … Read more “The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls”

Photography 101 – Water

Our theme for Photography 101 is “water,” which is right up my alley because we live so close to the Gulf of Mexico.  For day three, they want to see our interpretation of water — how might your image reveal more about you? Here is my contribution for the day. This is a photo from … Read more Photography 101 – Water

BLOG Hop II–The Name Game

Mark Bialczak, as team coordinator for Team Pepper of this year’s NaBloPoMo came up with a great idea!  He has started a Blog Hop called the Name Game. Here Are the Rules: 1. Write a paragraph or two about somebody from an ordinary walk of life with an unordinary name. It can either be a … Read more BLOG Hop II–The Name Game

Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Silver Quotes

This is an open invitation to join in on my blogging event called, Writer’s Quote Wednesday.  This is your chance to highlight your favorite author’s quotes that give inspiration to you as a writer.  By sharing your quotes, we will all gain insight and inspiration to propel us forward in our writing careers. There are … Read more Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Silver Quotes

Aging Gracefully in A Young World

I named my blog Silver Threading for a couple of reasons, the first being that I have silver hair, which  I like to think represents my wisdom.  In fact, I love my hair because it is a liberation of sorts for me to not have to prove myself anymore.  I am at the point in … Read more Aging Gracefully in A Young World

The Road Where I Live

As part of the Photography 101 class I am sharing pictures of the area in Northwest Florida that I call home which is part of my neighborhood.  This country road is where I meditate, dream up new poetry, or even think of  new stories to write.  If you walk the entire length and back it … Read more The Road Where I Live

One Word Photo Challenge–Clear

Jennifer Nichole Wells One Word Photo Challenge is “clear” for this week.  Although not a color, it does bring some intriguing opportunities for photography. Oregano Mint Vinegar in a clear bottle Water droplets on a day lily Crystal clear waves from the Gulf of Mexico Thanks for visiting.  I look forward to seeing you soon, … Read more One Word Photo Challenge–Clear

The Dog Days of Autumn

Michelle’s Weekly Pet Challenge brings a photo of Sugar and Spice playing on their blanket while in the patio enjoying the afternoon.  Last weekend we had some cool temperatures which they just love!  Both girls get more lively and love going outside to bark at the neighbor horses. Sugar and Spice Spice – she stayed … Read more The Dog Days of Autumn

BOOK REVIEW BY @ColleenChesebro OF “The Recluse Storyteller” @SASSEVN

This book is on Amazon for FREE (kindle version)… great read!

Persimmon–An Asian Fruit

Have you ever heard of persimmons?  Since moving back to Florida a couple of years ago, I have had the best time discovering all kinds of different plants to grow and eat.  My neighbor, Su, shared some of these orange gems with me and they are fabulous! Persimmons taste like a cross between a banana … Read more Persimmon–An Asian Fruit

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