It’s a card from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
My friend had it on her dining room table and it caught my eye so I photographed it to share the message.
It spoke to me.
Laura and Charlie are in from Ohio so we returned to see the Destination Moon Exhibit at the Heinz History Center. Charlie ( 3 1/2) loves all things SPACE.
Today I captured them from the other side of the hatch, looking though. Of course it is protected under glass/plexiglass.
You can see the other side of the hatch here
Underground Parking Garages Make One Wary. Six word Saturday.
Too many movies spark one’s imagination. Especially at night.
Shot horizontally Friday night under the Giant Eagle Marketplace in Shadyside.
If it’s standing on end, do let me know.
Dirty Dungarees Dry Cleaning Laundry Pub
My six word Saturday
High Street, Columbus Ohio
Wash separately even after six years. My six word Saturday post.
These are handknit socks I made at least six years ago and they still turn the water pink every time.
When I was a kid, my mother called a red flannel nightgown that bled in the wash “a sinner”.
Have you ever had a laundry disaster with a color item that ran onto light items?
Six word Saturday.
Teatime with fancy teabag and beaker.
The water’s boiling in the electric kettle. One fancy teabag waiting to be brewed into an inviting cup of fragrant tea. I let it steep.
Thank you dear friend for the lovely gift of fancy teabags. So elegant. And flavorful. Sipping tea and reflecting as you suggested. You encourage me always!
Teabag by (Teaforte.com)
Beaker pattern Brambly Hedge by Royal Doulton
Steve and I met Vincie at the Penn Brewery parking lot and walked down Vinial Street to the Kaffeehaus on Chestnut Street.
My former photography teacher from Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, Germaine Watkins, had a solo show of incredible photographs of Haiti. I bought the one of the gorgeous countryside that is right behind my head.
Vincie took this photo of me with Germaine
Cameo and Germaine as the show starts
Across the street from the Penn Brewery in the Spring Garden Neighborhood of PIttsburgh
Spiralized squash starts taste of summer. My six word Saturday.
Laura got their CSA box (Community Supported Agriculture) this afternoon. Local Harvest of Columbus Ohio lists participating farms. She put the spiralizer to work on the summer squash. Charlie had asked for red sauce for dinner, rotini his favorite pasta shape.