Doors lead to doors I only enter with trepidation what’s in store behind the door Hope is my pray’r. I am not a seer I could not count all the costs but I am fairly sure choices have consequences some come soon others later. I am afraid to open a door yet, even ifContinue reading “DOORS”
One of the buildings that made an impression on me when my family and I visited Albany, NY was the Department of Education Building. It was a long, relatively low building that appeared to be help up high by a long row of the most ornate of Greek columns, the Corinthian Column. Below isContinue reading “CORINTHIAN COLUMNS (WPC: ORNATE)”
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This is what I think art is and what I demand of it: that it pull everyone in, that it show one person another’s most intimate thoughts and feelings, that it throw open the window of the soul. ~ Felix Mendelssohn Art is the window to man’s soul. Without it, he would never be ableContinue reading “WPC: WINDOWS”
In early April, we tagged along my husband when he attended a conference in Albany, NY. We thought that it was an opportunity for the children – especially the older ones – to supplement their book learning. I had grand plans of going around town so that they could learn about another state, see governmentContinue reading “STATE CAPITAL REGION OF NY FOR SUNDAY POSTS’ ATTRACTION”
Day after Thanksgiving, we visited Bangor, ME. It is a lovely city with graceful and not too tall buildings. I’ve been there many times but had not had the opportunity to take pictures. So, on the day of our trip – to the barber, actually – I walked about the city while the male membersContinue reading “BANGOR, MAINE FOR CEE’S FUN PHOTO”