Saturday, February 09, 2008

This bench located outside Centennial Club has had few to sit and enjoy the view as it is for decoration. I plan to take a book next time Mimi goes to Garden Club and sit and read and let the bench know what it was really meant to used.
There are many Daily Photo blogs but my favorite is Sitka Daily Photo and it will be well worth your fancy to sit back and tour Sitka with Marcel.
The other daily blog I visit is Nashville Daily Photo which shows a lot of the surrounding area.
Each one is a fun way to spend a few moments of time.
The Kitty Justice is you can visit those daily photo or NOT; but you will be saying "Cat fuzzies" if you don't.
PS blogger spell check has not worked in days so please forgive any spelling errors. My college papers came back with lots of 18 in the margin.


Marcel said...

Hi Lady Di,

Thanks for your kind words about my Daily Photo Bolg.

I did Google Wynnewood and was very saddened when I saw the photos on the various news sites that show the devastation. It was also very interesting to read about the building. You are right they have one heck of a job ahead of them to rebuild her. (Like boats nice and grand buildings are always a lady.)

Mary said...

Lady Di,

I really enjoy Marcel's blog and visit there often. I love seeing pictures of Alaska and his are beautiful. It's a place to visit some tranquil and picturesque places.

Thanks for your very kind words on my post about Michelle's birth. I enjoy your visits, always.

Be sure to take a minute and stop by to enter my Easter giveaway. It will be fun.

Now to visit your last post. I'm a bit behind.


Brandy said...

Hi Thanks for stopping by my page. It is so sad about the tornadoes. My spell checker isn't working either, which stinks, since I can't spell worth a lick. You asked me how I went and got coal, I have a pick up truck and I drive over to a near by city and they will weigh my truck. After they weigh it, we drive on down and park by a big mountain of coal. The man will come and lad a ton of coal into the truck with a front loader. Then we are weighed again and that is how they determine how much we have to pay for the coal. It really isn't that bad, but I just hate going places by myself. I am strange that way.

Lady Di Tn said...

I enjoy your blog so much I wanted to share it with any reader of mine. Did you read that some of the logs are 32 ft long in her. Makes one wonder how they got it put in place.

If I recall correctly, I found Marcel through your Treasure Me blog. Thank you.

Glad you could visit and answer the question. For some silly reason I thought it was sold in bags. Your description is the same when we would buy a load of gravel for some project around the farm. I guess we had our coal delivered when I was young because we did not have a truck.
thanks again

Changes in the wind said...

Does anyone know how we can complain and get the spell check fixed?

LZ Blogger said...

Lady Di ~ I used to only do one photo on each one of my posts, but the majority of my post commentors said they like it better when I add more photos... so ever since I have put several with each post. ~ jb///

Lady Di Tn said...

If I knew I would surely complain as I cannot spell and need my spelling checked.

Thanks. Your pictures are so grand you should always put several.