Wordless Wednesday

“Wordless Wednesday” is a visual blogosphere phenomenon. It is a simple blog post featuring an image which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words. I’m linking this post to Wordless Wednesday. You may go there and find many more links for other bloggers who are participating in the meme.

If you’d like to leave a comment, please click on the title of this post and it will take to you an individual entry page where you may do so. Here is my submission for this week:

Meeting on the Turret Stairs

Frederic William Burton

1864

I hope you enjoy this lovely artwork. More again soon, my friends.

XoOXoOXoXo

Christine

Unconscious Mutterings

Unconscious Mutterings is a simple game of free-association. Want to play, too? Go here for the details!

Here we go. The game master says… and I think… ?

  1. Podcast :: Listen
  2. Literally :: Actually
  3. Scratch :: Itch
  4. Voltage :: Shock
  5. Intense :: Passionate
  6. Chapped :: Lips
  7. Attention :: Focus
  8. Morning :: Glory
  9. Exhaustion :: Fatigue
  10. Mentor :: Guide

I often get images as a first response to the given words. The painting below sprang to mind with the answer “Morning :: Glory”.

Blue Morning Glories

Georgia O’Keefe

1938

Isn’t it gorgeous? It’s one of my favorite paintings by O’Keefe. The blue is so crisp and pure and plays wonderfully off the yellow center of the flower. Simply beautiful!

I hope your day is simply beautiful, too.

XoXOXoxoxXo

Christine

TGIF Tunes!

Welcome! It’s Friday and you know what that means: it’s time for TGIF Tunes! And you know how the game is played: I ask myself a question and then I answer it by posting several of my favorite songs. If you click on a song title it will play for you. Remember, you are always welcome to play along in the comments section and leave some titles of *your* favorite songs!

Are ya ready? Here we go…

Name a song that needs to be played LOUD.

1. Led Zeppelin — Rock and Roll

2. Eric Clapton — Crossroads (Live)

3. Beyonce — Irreplaceable

4. Gin Blossoms — Found Out About You

5. The Doors — L.A. Woman

All of these songs ROCK — turn it up and see for yourself!

Enjoy the tunes. More again soon, my friends…

XoOXOOXoOx

Christine

Dancing in Heaven

George & Barbara Bush

I’ve been watching the coverage of the life and death of George H. W. Bush and it’s been very interesting. But I must say, of all that is being discussed and all that is being shown of his life, this simple image that has been circulating the web is my favorite. It portrays what matters most.

No matter the heights a person rises to on this earthly realm, death equalizes us all. Suddenly we are transformed, now fully a spirit, and all we really want is to experience the happiness, joy, and completeness of going Home — of being reunited with our loved ones.

We want to experience the certainty of knowing that all Love returns to Love. And know, in fact, that Love is all there is.

I believe that is what our former President is experiencing now and it makes me smile.

Dance eternally among the stars, George and Barbara.

XoxoOXOXOx ~

Christine

Unconscious Mutterings

Unconscious Mutterings is a simple game of free-association. Want to play, too? Go here for the details!

Here we go. The game master says… and I think… ?

  1. Notification :: Alert
  2. Promise :: Oath
  3. Tailor :: Suit
  4. Laughter :: Joy
  5. Sneeze :: Sinus
  6. Forgotten :: Abandoned
  7. Job :: Work
  8. Shift :: Move
  9. Criticism :: Critique
  10. Holiday :: Vacation

Speaking of sneezing and sinuses, I think I caught some kind of crud while I was out and about last week. I can’t stop blowing my nose and I have an itchy throat. This is causing the cats to stare at me like I’m very uncouth and offending their delicate senses — and Jerry is avoiding getting close to me because he doesn’t want to catch the plague. No goodnight kiss for me tonight! *sigh*

I hope you all are staying healthy. More again soon, friends.

XoxoXOOxox~

Christine