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Check out this tub/shower in Jerusalem’s 4 star Grand Court hotel. It only covers half of the opening. Huh? I found it virtually impossible to avoid a flooded floor after taking a shower. No matter how hard I tried to … Continue reading
No more candy left in the plastic egg. All gone!
Thought for the Day: The hair is the richest ornament of women. Martin Luther
Watching the Wicked Witch
Do you remember the first time you saw “The Wizard of Oz”? I don’t, but know I was a lot older than 3 and 6.
These young lads never took their eyes off the screen … even during the scary parts. I guess the constant struggle between good and evil they see with all the super hero themes prepares them for the Wicked Witch.
Thought for the Day: As a child, I was more afraid of tetanus shots than Dracula. Dave Barry
A beautifully prepared meal by my oldest son.
Thought for the Day: I’m on a seafood diet … I see food and I eat it.
He is risen
This morning I left for a 9-day trip to the Holy Land. I’m excited about the Holy Land, but apprehensive about the Middle East.
Hope to have some pictures up soon after I return.
Thought for the Day: Travel teaches toleration. Benjamin Disraeli
Moon Eclipse – 2015
This image is a composite of three moon shots taken over a twelve hour period, ending with a full eclipse on Saturday morning, April 4, 2015, at 7:05 AM.
The moon in the upper left was shot around 7:30 PM as the moon was rising the night before. It was supposed to be a super-moon, but it didn’t look that much bigger to me. At any rate, it’s probably the best detailed moon shot I’ve ever gotten.
The next morning, the eclipse began at 5:00 AM. The middle moon in the image above was shot at 6:20 AM, already about 3/4 eclipsed. Why didn’t I get a shot at 5:30, you ask? Uhhh, I hit the snooze button once too often.
The moon shot in the lower right was taken at 6:40 AM. The sun was brightening the sky behind me, and the moon was losing its own light; I could barely find the moon looking through the lens. Three minutes later, the moon was completely invisible. I never did see it set at 7:09.
Thought for the Day: If you snooze, you lose.
Nothing says “Easter” like colored chicks. For a brief moment there was nothing going on in the whole-wide-world, except in front of her. No thought of the Easter Bunny, Easter egg hunts or jelly beans … just the marvel of another living creature.
Thought for the Day: Boys, I may not know much, but I know chicken poop from chick salad. Lyndon B. Johnson
BTW: photo by Verna