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I needed to come up with a graphic for a Lent project so I did the only reasonable thing... I dumped ash from the fireplace all over our oak dining room table.…

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Peanut butter cookies. I took this because I wanted proof that I sometimes remember to put the fork crosses in them. Most of the time I forget to flatten then…

The nave is 62 meters long and 18 meters high. The alley has 10 bays and 2 side aisles. The structure was built and oriented so that sunlight would subtly…

At last we have arrived, Skully's night or better our night. The night from ghosts, creeps , monsters and beloved departed. I feel in my bony head, the ages…

Well here is Skully back, and would you believe it, somebody send me a flower, soooo sweet. Today it is about a crucifix or the guy on the cross. This one is…

A monastery in Trappist, Kentucky that is closed to visitors except for the grounds during this Covid-19 crisis,, so a nice open area to explore,,

“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” -Lamentations 3:22-23

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I'd call it Heaven's Gate - this is the gate to the local cemetery. I loved the highlights on the metal and shadows on the pavement from the low-lying sun. …

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