Little Library at the Bus Stop

I had to stop and get out of my car to photograph this new (to me) scene.

Little Libraries have been posted on the blog before -in the snow , one Laura found and one in Pittsburgh on Friendship Avenue

Here’s the one I saw today

And a bench to sit on and read while you wait for the bus

North Side 3 Views October Afternoon

Three views of the North Side of the city on Thursday afternoon. Photographed from the AGH parking garage.

One tree has turned gold
View up the hill from James Street
So many different houses

Wordless Wednesday Guest Blog

Saturday night, October 2nd, Grandson Jack (14) shot the city from atop of Mt. Washington.

City lights reflected in the Monongahela River. The family was in town for Michael’s rowing event.

Pink lights for Breast Cancer Awareness month

Asian Lantern Festival at the Pittsburgh Zoo

The Asian Lantern Festival at the Pittsburgh Zoo Now through October 30th. This is just a sneak peek. Steve and I were headed to get gas and I was able to pull over to get a quick peek through the Zoo fence.

I BEFORE E EXCEPT AFTER C AND “AY” AS NEIGHBOR OR WEIGH? ( a Reblog from 2010)

Reblogged from 2010 post, now that school is back in session and spelling tests will be forthcoming. This rule is of little help it seems..

Are you a good speller? Did this rule help?

Sitting in traffic I noticed Bloomfield was Bloomfeild

Mr. Bob Cummingham makes a case that the rule is of little use in his article

“Examples of exceptions to the rule: Sticking for the moment to the basic rule, “i before e except after c”… here are some exceptions…..beige, cleidoic, codeine, conscience, deify, deity, deign,
dreidel, eider, eight, either, feign, feint, feisty,
foreign, forfeit, freight, gleization, gneiss, greige,
greisen, heifer, heigh-ho, height, heinous, heir, heist,
leitmotiv, neigh, neighbor, neither, peignoir, prescient,
rein, science, seiche, seidel, seine, seismic, seize, sheik,
society, sovereign, surfeit, veil, vein, weight, weird”