by Ruth Categories: PhotographyTags: architecture, available light, bathroom, design, home, leaded glass, photography, postaday, stained glass, sunset 6 Comments
Month: July 2020
Putting Away Childish Things -Guest Blog
Photographed in NYC, by my sister
My Grandmother as a Young Woman
Charlotte Rowley VanSickle.
My maternal grandmother. 1888-1980
Found on a Walk
Have You Ever Played Happy Families?
Some grim tales. A card game from my Childhood.
Each family is made up of 4 cards.
Have you ever played Happy Families?
Happy Families is a traditional British card game usually with a specially made set of picture cards, featuring illustrations of fictional families of four, most often based on occupation types. The object of the game is to collect complete families, and the game is similar to Go Fish- Wikipedia
Silent Sunday Guest Blog
Window Light Through A Tomato Slice
Purchased My First Sock Blank
Wednesday afternoon, Amy at McWalker Yarns in Millvale PA, unboxed several Pittsburgh designs and also Rainbow Sock Blanks created exclusively for McWalker Yarns by Yarn over New York.
“What is a sock blank?”
“A sock blank is a long, rectangular piece of knitted fabric created by a knitting machine and then dyed or stamped with color. The edge of the sock blank isn’t bound off — it’s loose so that you can knit from it, pulling the stitches out as you go. The basic idea behind the sock blank is that you’ll get an amazing yet unpredictable colorway when you knit with it. “
My Grandfather at the Wheel
And my grandmother Charlotte is standing on the left, next to my Uncle Robert(b 1914), who is holding the dog. Aunt Edna is in the backseat and her husband, Uncle Edgar, is seated on the running board. Durand Illinois