Day 23- Wordless Wednesday

The Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire. Jul 2016
Cannon Mountain, New Hampshire. Jul 2016
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Day 16- Wordless Wednesday

Since words are on an indefinite strike I thought I will go wordless.

Some pictures that I clicked while taking a walk today.

Let me offer you all these views as a thank you, especially to my fellow blogathon-ers, for not letting me give up. For being there. For giving the push. This is what I have loved the most by far about this blogathon. This handholding that binds us, keeping us from tripping. And this is what makes me never give up on blogging ❤

Did I say words were on a strike?! 😉

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Day 10- Almost

So Day 10 is here.

So is the weekend.

So is Christmas..well almost. At least that’s what Facebook and supermarkets in the area have me believe. What with so many Christmas tree pics popping up on my timeline and Santa hats starting to show up in racks. Clearly Christmas is round the corner. The year is almost over! And I’m so not ready to say bye bye to it yet.

Speaking of Facebook, a friend had shared a picture of her 11 year old, who had grown almost as tall as her mother. And it struck me that the last I saw the little big girl was when she was a new-born. It struck me harder to realize how time had flown!

There’s a 10 year old in my life too who was sulking for no reason, a little while ago, and upon being told how she was showing signs of a teenager, sat upright with a renewed energy yelping a yayy and reminded how she had to wait for only 3 more years till she was one. Sigh!

Anyway none of the above sentences have absolutely any relation to each other. I just wanted to type some words so they would add volume to the post and I can jump around feeling good about publishing even if it is rubbish 😀

The week gone by was fun. The lunch date with my girl-friends aside, I had two days of library sessions which were quite rewarding. For the uninitiated, giving me blank looks, I have recently started helping out at a library which is entirely run by volunteers. It’s been a fantastic experience being surrounded by books. It feels wonderful to be working with people with a common love for books. I don’t just get to be surrounded by books. I get to touch them, feel them, talk to them, cuddle them, and also bring them home!

This week I also heard chirping of some migratory birds in my neighborhood, that officially signalled a change in the weather. I can’t wait to enjoy the next few months of good weather ahead. In fact we have already started to feel it. There’s a slight nip in the air in the evenings when I go walking. The sunsets have been glorious, making me pull out my phone and go click click click! What amazes me is when nature presents a beautiful view, what I see with my naked eyes doesn’t always translate in the same way when it gets captured into my camera. The image turns into something entirely different! There’s beauty in both the views though which I can’t really compare or explain in words. That’s nature!

On that note leaving you with this sunset view from yesterday. The skies were particularly gracious. Probably they too were excited about the weekend up ahead 😉

 

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Off I go now before I burn my pooris! Multitasking has never been my forte.

Have a good week/end ahead you all!