Sundays in My City – Art of the Brick

With Tara working this summer and her active social life with friends, it has been difficult for us to find time for adventures. A couple weeks ago, we both had the same day off and we wanted to do something together. Two things came to mind; The Adventure Aquarium in Camden (I bought an Annual … [Read more…]

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Seasons have come and seasons have gone since I last updated this  space. The last 18-24 months here in our home were difficult ones, our home was filled with bad energy and stress. About three weeks ago, the stress producing bad energy was finally removed from our home, and once again, we have peace and something … [Read more…]

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Hello Old Friend

I have been gone from blogging so long, I just can’t cut the ties with either of my blogs though, so I faithfully pay for my hosting every month and my blogs sit dormant! I am going to try and start posting my photography more often. I have joined a local photography group on Facebook … [Read more…]

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Project 365 – Day 23 – Picking up a good book

I rarely read a book, something I had always loved to do. Seems like in the last 18 yrs since I became a mom there was never enough uninterrupted time to get lost in the pages. Reading in bed… well that is just a sure way for me to fall asleep. Tara is gone from … [Read more…]

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Project 365 – Day 20 – City Hall – William Penn

Never enough pics of Bill! “Time is what we want most but what we use worst

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Project 365 – Day 19 – John Wanamaker

John Wanamaker; merchant, religious leader, civil and political figure. Life long Philadelphian. Wanamaker’s store in Philly is now home to Macy’s . This statue is right outside City Hall. “Keep up the old standards and day by day raise them higher”

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Project 365 – Day 17 – Easter on South Street

Only Philly has a Zombie Walk on Easter Sunday. The people in front of Tattooed Mom’s were getting zombifiied.

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