Seeking Simplicity In Everyday Moments's PhotoBlog

Downtown Bardstown was busy this particularly afternoon, what we call busy here anyway,, Phil came along and at one point he asked me “Do you always find…

Basilica of St. Joseph Proto- Catheral, erected 1816-1819, the first catholic cathedral west of the Allegheny Mountains, of which I am a member. I failed to…

A bowl of noodles, Annie Chums‘s noodle bowl from the grocery store that you pop in the microwave oven.. Never had this dish before it was pretty good! I ate…

The Hurst Drugstore and soda fountain has exsited on Bardstown‘s main street since the 1940’s. Many memories of going in there with my mom to have a…

Not much in the way of wildlife on my little acre except the insect world. Occasionally I have squirrels, rabbits, and did see a raccoon and a deer once! Of…

A butter knife, which I am not completely sure we, meaning my husband and I , use it correctly? When I asked him to pick up the knife he did so with his right…

“You have to find what sparks a light in you so that you in your own way can illuminate the world.” ― Oprah Winfrey

“Reflect upon your present blessings -- of which every man has many -- not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” ― Charles Dickens, A…

My husband found this little triangular comtainer for a quarter thought I would maybe use it one day and so I have! Thanks!

The Mt Zion Covered Bridge is approximately 22 miles away from home near a small town named Springfield. I am including an old photo and an article written in…

Just love simple pasta dishes even better when I have roasted spaghetti squash! To the roasted squash I add olive oil, a pat of butter, sauteed mushrooms, basil…

If you don’t know by now I love photography flowers,, and sharings quotes and poems, like looking for worn and old collections of poems too. ”There is no…

For those not familiar with a reel on a fishing rod you need to push a button ( on this type of reel) to lock the fishing line from continuing to come out of…
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