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Monthly Archives: April 2018
One month ago, as I write this, we stepped out of our rental unit and walked the two miles from our complex to dockside at the Kona Bay. Why? Why expose ourselves to the heat and humidity and actually mingle … Continue reading
Some of my readers are familiar with ElBob (LordBeariOfBow) and might be wondering about his absence from not only this blog’s comments the comments of a few other blogs he occasionally graces with his quasi-wit and what passes for humor. Well, … Continue reading
There isn’t a day that passes without me crossing something that spikes my interest in completely new and different directions. On the one hand, that keeps life interesting and fresh. On the other hand — if I would let it … Continue reading
There is something comforting about routines. Not all routines, of course, but even then, it depends on the individual and how they see themselves, how they see the world, and how they see themselves in the world. There are those … Continue reading
We went for a walk. It was the other day, as I write this, so it was almost a week ago based on when this will get published. We walked a couple of miles (almost). I had my P900 with me … Continue reading
Leanne Cole does a weekly Monochrome Madness post consisting of all monochrome (mostly B&W) photos submitted by users each week. It’s not a contest, but a place for photographers to show their B&W work; anyone can submit photos and it’s … Continue reading
I’m writing this ahead of the publication date. I’ll remind people of that once in a while so that I’m not deceiving anyone. Anyway, as I write this, it’s Sunday. Sunday evening, to be exact. That makes writing difficult or, … Continue reading
It seems like every day a new blogger (meaning, someone new to blogging) stops by to check out my humble offerings. Some even subscribe to my blog (I then never hear from them again). On those occasions when I find … Continue reading
If you’re a frequent — or infrequent — visitor to this site you might be aware I let people know when Topaz Labs is having a sale on their PLUGINS and/or their GO PRO bundle. It’s a bit confusing when … Continue reading
The last pre-teens post . . . As Project 313 ages, I’m struck by how fast time has passed. It seems less than two weeks ago this was barely an idea; a nebulous notion that ignored the associated responsibilities, the effort involved, … Continue reading
This Project is enjoying its last few pre-teens posts. I now understand fully the range of emotions experienced by parents as they watch their kids go from lovable homunculi to delinquent near-adults forging ahead onto becoming not just burdens but full-fledged … Continue reading
I recently posted this doodle . . . . . . and quipped it might hold the key to what we — as humans — should be doing. Quote: ” . . . that almost looks like it should means … Continue reading
They said it couldn’t be done; they said it’s not worth trying . . . they were wrong! Here I am, in double-digits. My next milestone is triple-digits. Well, technically, I’ve been in triple-digits all along because I include the … Continue reading
This is a huge milestone for the Project 313; we’re nearly into double digits. It’ll be all smooth sailing from here on. I said various things occupy my time and I decided I’d mention a few of them as a preview … Continue reading