Lobbying for “N” stories voting

Unlike real lobbyists, I got nothing to bribe . . . er . . . offer in exchange for visitors reading the Alphabet Challenge “N” Stories.

As such, you have no obligation to do anything . . . but it sure would be swell — if you’ve not already done so — if you would read the stories and cast your vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge N-Stories” are HERE.<<<Link

Oh, here are a few “all over the place” photos before you go reading the stories . . .

It looks like Florida to me . . .

This next subject is somewhere in South America . . . although by now it might have moved.

Gonna do at least one from Hawaiʻi . . .

Looks exotic, don’t it? Wonder where I was and what I was doing?

Well, I’ll tell you . . . in the parking lot of an apartment complex and getting the mail.

This probably doesn’t “go” with the others, but I like the simplicity and beauty of it.

As I mentioned in an earlier post, we’re halfway through The Alphabet Challenge and the gallery where I’ve been uploading these photos now has over 500 offerings (HERE<<<Link). That’s a link to the first photo, and you can scroll through all 500+ photos if you got nothing else to do.

Hence, I decided to create a new gallery for the second half of the Challenge reminders, beginning with these four photos. The new Gallery is HERE<<<Link

I know some (mighty few) people miss my long posts, especially when I philosophize . . . if you are one of the few, the brave, THIS POST<<link from 2017 is for you. Warning: hot button topics.

If you want to see some videos, then THIS POST<<link is for you.

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