TIME CHANGES THINGS

40 thoughts on “TIME CHANGES THINGS”

  1. Indeed it does ….. but still, the sun comes up every day, over and over again

    Thank you for responding last week… I am getting there one step at the time…. the first 4 months of this year were a disaster

    Have a heartwarming en splendid ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    M e l o d y (team ABC-W)
    https://melodyk.nl/24-S

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  2. We have the art and wine places here in our area too.
    And I like the photo of the doughnuts – a nice action shot with lots of intrigue and color

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  3. I did see this earlier, just missed it was linked to the smile. And I’m sure homemade donuts had plenty of smiles, though I may have smiled more at an art gallery with a wine tasting 😉

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  4. Hello, YUM to the homemade donuts. The wine tastings seem to be big business lately. Love the ducks and photo. Thanks for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your Mother’s Day weekend. PS, thank also for the visit and the comment.

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  5. I love a good, dilapidated building. That is true beauty and character to me. Thanks for linking up today.

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  6. Doesn’t look that dilapidated to me, Jesh. Geese are much nicer when they aren’t yet adults and the sunset looks lovely. I hope your week is going well.

    janet

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  7. The older I get, the more it is obvious that time does indeed change everything, including how I perceive things. I love the photo of the water flowing, and also the sunset shot!

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    1. Often my posts begin with one theme and then the rest needs to fit in somehow – this time it was the quirky slant:)
      This is in the old part of a town my daughter lives close to, but we knew she wouldn’t be home for another hour . Since my son was in the USA at that time, we waited there, to do the tourist thing.

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  8. Jesh – it always makes me happy to see old building rehabilitated for new purposes. So much better than digging up more green earth for another building!

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    1. Thank you Dan – found a comment from Teagan:)
      The mentoring thing iyou talked about s reciprcal. When we were in south. Calif last year, one of the young guys he kept track of, is now going into the CHP academy, was called by his mom, and he said to her “I’m talking to my mentor.” I know that made hubby’s day!

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  9. All photos between them are nice, but the first and the last picture are really wonderful today.
    I like to see old, aging buildings with weathered layers of paint and things like that.

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