1. You win a pet monkey but this isn’t just any old monkey.
It can do one trick for you whenever you want from getting a pop out of the fridge to washing your hair.
What would be the trick?
I would want a monkey that will wash dishes. I can dirty them without a problem, but my inner child refuses to clean them without protest.
2. What caring thing are you going to do for yourself today?
Today is about over so the caring thing I will do tomorrow is clean off my coffee table.
Yup……it really needs help.
3. What color do you feel most comfortable wearing?
Do I really need to choose? I have 4 favorites and which I wear depends on the mood I’m in.
Black, brown, green or blue, today it was black. Christmas it’s always green.
4. Complete this sentence: When I travel I love to….
Find something unusual to take a picture of.
A monument In Amherst Ohio
By the latter 1800’s, Amherst Ohio got the name Sandstone Center of the World in the late 1800’s because of sandstone quarries in the area. Many early buildings were constructed of native sandstone. The monument is round because the quarries were also an important source of grindstones for mills. At one time there were nine quarries in this area just west of Cleveland Ohio.
A railroad tunnel in Alaska
Beautiful building in Skagway Alaska
As you can see by the date over the door, this building in Skagway Alaska is from 1899. The unique design of the facing is the result of almost 9 thousand pieces of driftwood attached to the front of the building. Camp Skagway Number 1 was built as a place for gold miners and investors to gather during the Klondike Gold Rush. It was one of about 30 such places for the men to gather in Alaska and Canada.
In the Valley of The Jolly…..Ho Ho Ho….Green Giant!
Hilltop Billboard for The Jolly Green Giant along Highway 169 at Le Sueur Minnesota. If you remember the TV commercial about the valley of the Green Giant, here it is, Le Sueur, about an hour southwest of Minneapolis. The town of Le Sueur was the headquarters of Green Giant vegetables from 1903 as The Minnesota Valley Canning Company, which was founded by 14 merchants in Le Sueur, until the brand was purchased by Pillsbury in 1979.
Le Sueur was also the home of William Worrall Mayo, the founder of the world famous Mayo Clinic. Dr. Mayo founded his clinic in Rochester Minnesota, about 100 miles east of Le Sueur.
Really mommy, put the camera down and back away!
Our Little Hildi
From baby to grumpy old lady.
Our Beautiful Ancient Planet
Meteor Crater Arizona
Pivot Rock near Eureka Springs Arkansas
West Beach on Whidbey Island Washington