Reposting the peace sculpture in Paris from my May 2013 post.
For Peace I, see Peace.
Paris, the Champs de Mars park. “Peace” in many languages.
These two white dogs were so cute. I was going to name the post “Friends,” but they were lying as far away from each other as their leashes would allow. I think they didn’t want to share whatever they were chewing. I think they were nice rawhide bones–something that wouldn’t splinter in their teeth.
Their happy faces made me smile.
Wow! I have to get something posted on my blog so you all who celebrate Thanksgiving and are therefore sick of the food, and those of you who don’t celebrate it and were sick of it before you even started, have something new to view.
I have officially started shopping.
November was so wonderful because it’s National Novel Writing Month, or NaNo as writers internationally like to call it for short. November is an excuse to push as much as you can to the side and just concentrate on writing. This makes November my favorite month.
But now it’s December, so how ’bout Christmas? This was a decoration in a gorgeous store called David M. Brian, in Danville, California.
According to the radio, 75% of Christmas shoppers on Black Friday are shopping for themselves. I’m afraid I fall into that category, as I bought these place mats.
But I did also buy two gifts.
Good luck with the holidays!
Today’s post, actually, today so far… is inspired by this blogger whose blog title resonates in my mind like music. Check out this amazing photographer and person: The hour of soft light.
I had opened the blinds in my office window and gone back to bed. But I could see the light of the sun rising and the silhouettes of trees reflected in the glass over a piece of art on my wall. Of course Liana’s blog title came to me and I was inspired to get out of bed and photograph the moment.