Wednesday, July 23, 2014

ABC WEDNESDAY--"B" is for "Belgrade via Budapest."

This trip back to Belgrade I actually flew to Budapest and then took a shuttle to Belgrade. Turned out to be about 200 euros cheaper on my ticket to Seattle.

Had some time to kill at the airport while waiting for the shuttle, and like other bloggers, I'm never bored when I have my camera.

These girls were hostesses at a car rental, I believe.

See other Bs at Mrs. Nesbitt's ABC WEDNESDAY.

Friday, July 18, 2014

SKYWATCH--off the roof again

Off the roof of my daughter's house again. Love the light.

By the time you read this, I'll be back in Serbia and after the dust settles, back to visiting your blogs.  Sorry for being so absent....

See other skies on SKYWATCH.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Happy Birthday....

Today is my little granddaughter Mila's THIRD birthday. I am leaving Seattle today and won't be there on THE day, but I'll make up for it!  Here's a little photo of Mila on her first birthday. How time does fly.

Grandma loves you.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

ABC WEDNESDAY--"A" is for "Americana"

The same friend who showed me Monday's rubber duckies collects American cut glass.  Here's a sample of her pieces.

See other A's on Mrs. Nesbitt's ABC WEDNESDAY.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Keeping the old, adding the new

I like it when new buildings go in and have kept the facade of the older building so that it seems to fit the neighborhood.  This construction site is on Capitol Hill in Seattle.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Rubber duckie Rio

Had dinner at some friends' house the other night and when I got there, my hostess said, "You've got to take a photo of the lawn a few streets over for your blog!"  And so off we went and I was not disappointed.  I wish I could show you all the photos I took. My friend said she's never seen a soul around the house, but some imaginative person must live there.  He or she decorates the yard for various holidays and seems to have an endless supply of rubber duckies.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

To Laura, wherever you may be....

Poignant words scribbled on a downtown Seattle wall.

Laura, where are you?