I’m trying something new today. Testing myself. Writing about two (2) words today. One is from RDP Camouflage, the second one is from WOTD Zenith. Here I go.
Hope: Do you see what I see? Nins: No! What did you see? Hope: Come on try harder. It’s right over there just before you enter the maze, come on. Nins: What ever you see has very good camouflage. What I see is a thrown away Hersey bar wrapper. Hope: No, no, no. I just took a picture of a zenith. I mean a sphere made from Lego’s.
Nins: WOW! Come on let’s go over there. We can check at the office if anyone has reported it missing.
Tear for Freedom lost, Tear for the ones that gave their lives so we as a nation could keep our Freedom, Tear for the way people are treated today because of the way they look, Tear for words of rage, hate, hostility, odium, repugnance, aversion, the words that are used can never be taken back no matter who you said them too, Tear for senseless, corruptible, perversion, acts from one person to another, Tear for the sight our nation has lost about life, Tear for the lost of caring,
In case you forgot – below is a reminder of what is written on our beloved Statue of Liberty.
Here’s another reminder from “Ghostbusters Two (2)” movie. It shows people singing together on New Year’s Eve to break the “slime” away.
You know we can do this without the “slime!”
Have a great day! Hope
Clip Art, photo & paintings, scribble by Netty from Bing.com
Have you ever watched the ballroom dancers? Do you wish you could dance like them?
I could dance all night!
This song from is from the musicalMy Fair Lady, with music written by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, published in 1956. The song is sung by the musical’s heroine, Eliza Doolittle, expressing her exhilaration and excitement after an impromptu dance with her tutor, Henry Higgins – in the small hours of the morning. In a counterpoint during the second of 3 rounds, two maids and the housekeeper, Mrs. Pearce, urge Eliza to go to bed, but she ignores them.
drkottaway guess what? When searching for clip art for “angle” on Bing.com, it switched my search to “angel”.
So then I switched from images to all, definitions came up okay. Then I switched back to clip art entered “right angle” and there it was. So it seems for Bing.com you need to add the type of angle you need. I also checked Google.com and it switched to “angels” also.
Now I have to wonder is “angle” on auto correct to “angel”?
An angle worm can be an inch worm or bookworm. Of course when it comes to fishing their worms are a little more slimy, squiggly. Plus they are usually call earthworms.
Dream a little dream of me – do you remember that song?
If you don’t remember it was sung by Mama Cass of the Mamas & Papas back in the day of 1968. Song was originally done in 1931 by Ozzie Nelson.
Believe in love. Believe in magic. Hell, believe in Santa Clause. Believe in others. Believe in yourself. Believe in your dreams. If you don’t, who will? Jon Bon Jovi Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/dreams
The Dream Catcher may be the perfect gift for anyone who suffers from nightmares.
Dream Catchers are round. Inside the loop thread is arranged in such a way it resembles a spider’s web. Feathers are attached to the bottom. Beads are often used. Some choose to have one bead in the middle representing the spider.
Dream Catcher – How a dream catcher works according to believers
Dream Catchers are placed in the bedroom. When a person goes to sleep the Dream Catcher will attract all the dreams. Good dreams pass through and slide down the feathers to reach the person sleeping. When morning comes and the Dream Catcher is exposed to light, the bad dreams dissolve and disappear. They cannot survive in daylight. As the person wakes up he or she feels refreshed after a pleasant and peaceful sleep.
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