n the 70’s, Lite-Brite was quite popular. It first hit the shelves in 1967 by Hasbro and sold for $6.95. A 25-watt light bulb sat inside a wide backed plastic box.
This Gray Catbird was hanging out in the open (not usual) near the end of the 11 mile (17.7 km) driving trail known as Black Point Drive.
The lyrics take us on a journey of the destruction of natural habitat, financial gain, the devastation of the Seminole Indian people and progress.
The beginning of the song is quite dark in its delivery that “short people got no reason to live”, however if you continue to listen as it goes on, it also states “short people are the same as you and me”.
Aniya passed away due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). She was 34 days old.
Every month the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum has a Sunset/Moonrise Tour where only a few can climb the 219 step cylinder lighthouse. It is $30.00 per person and well worth going up there and having a chance to watch the sunset and the moon rise in the same night.
This is the last time I saw my middle child, my oldest daughter before the lockdown. We went to Tampa to celebrate Christmas, only it was New Years. Thank goodness we have FaceTime or I’d not be very kind in my deliver on the way our leaders have handled this pandemic. Anyway, that is Alecia on the right and me on the left. Don’t we look kinda like sisters??? The correct answer would be YES! LOL!
6 Word Story Prompt – Water
Hurricane Sally dumped plenty of water leaving flooding in her wake.
We had Flat Stanley for 2 weeks and took him on all sorts of adventures. c.2006. “Flat Stanley” is a children’s book by Jeff Brown that began as a bedtime story for his sons which recounts the adventures of Stanley Lambchop after he is squashed flat by a bulletin board while sleeping. It was originally published in 1964. In 1995, Dale Hubert, a third grade school teacher in London, Ontario, Canada began “The Flat Stanley Project” which was designed to improve reading & writing skills in elementary school students.
Perspective comes in many different forms. In the photos attached, there are 4 different perspective shots at different moments while Frank and my youngest daughter Kaela were paddling the St. Johns River looking for bait to go fishing. The perspective for me is that this was taken 13 1/2 years ago. Frank looked so young!