Project 313 – Post No. 307

If you want to get bugged about something, read THIS post.

I used to photograph a lot of bugs. Had me veritable bug safaris, I did. Not sure why I stopped. Perhaps I’ll pick that up again. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 307

As far as I know, this Model B is still sitting there, where I left it about 31 months ago. At least, I hope so. 

I used to blame my stapler. It was stoic about it and seldom complained.

Not sure I would stoop as low as to blame a goldfish. I mean, a stapler I can understand but . . . a goldfish?! . . . you got to be a few sheets short of a full sail.

The prior doodle version was fine . . . but this is the Grass Enjoying Mardi Gras — the cartoon version.

Grass Enjoying Mardi Gras — the cartoon version

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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8 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 307

  1. colonialist says:

    So who are you going to blame for apparently equating sheets with sails instead of the ropes that adjust them? :)
    (Bad enough being read by an editor; one who sails is just a bit TOO much!)

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    • disperser says:

      No one. Besides, you knew what I meant so my job as a (sloppy) writer is done.

      Sure, it’s a knotty issue but I’m square with it. I mean, I might tack hither and fro but my course is true.

      Hmm . . . I’m not doing doing well with sailing puns . . . Oh, well.

      Still, I like my quirky and inaccurate sayings. They have character.

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  2. I loves some bugs! HA! Some! And you always take such great bug portraits! :-)

    PHOTO: Very cool! You’ve made it even more vintage-y and arts-y!
    CARTOON: HA! Funny! and what you said is even funnier!
    DOODLE: Mardi Gras can be kinda’ cartoonish…so this is great! Now I am picturing Elmer Fudd dancing in the streets and throwing beads! Ha!
    HUGS!!! :-)
    Happy <3 Day to you and Melisa!!!

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  3. macquie says:

    It will be fun if you have got a chance to visit to check the Model B still sits there and wait for you to come.

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    • disperser says:

      That photo is from around 10 years ago. In the interim, they’ve developed that area with lots of houses. That machine was still there in 2016 when we left but it was in pretty bad shape and had already lost its photogenic appeal (basically it had turned drab and some of the interesting details were no longer interesting).

      Emotionally, I said goodbye to it around 2013 or so but it lives on in some of my favorite photos.

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  4. AnnMarie says:

    Well done colors combo for the photo and frame.
    Plus, your Mardi Gras doodle is light and cheery . . . perfect for a cold and cloudy morning.

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