in my neighborhood. This one is three blocks south of my house on the same street.
As I was walking home from photographing the library, I stopped to take a photo of this fun display I found just two blocks from my home.
These people got into Halloween in a big, big way. Of course, I saw lots of pumpkins decorating porches, but this really had me laughing and enjoying the scene.
But it was time to head home because I had lots of work, including cleaning my dirty house and shopping for groceries.
So instead of setting a table or fixing a drink, I decided to simply show some of the drinks I purchased while I was grocery shopping.
I knew I was going to love this lime soda because it was made with real sugar in Mexico.
One of the things I have to do this week is cut down my flower bed. It's showing its age and is looking really bad. For those of you who have been here for years, you know it takes me two days to mow this bed down. So I'll be by to visit you during T time, but I have a limited window of opportunity before this warm, dry spell ends.
UPDATE: I've been trying to get my lawn mower started, so it may have to go to the repair shop, unless I can eventually diagnose the problem. For now, I'm still here and will visit both today and tomorrow.
Now it's your turn to share your drink related post. Any drink, any experience is acceptable. Coffee, tea,
water, wine, hot chocolate, lemonade, etc., postcards,
movies, old masters paintings, photos, or a trip out and about are all
acceptable. The more unique and unusual the better, in my opinion.
Once you link, Bleubeard, the T gang, and I will be by to visit.
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Please check out my Previous Collaborations link above to see what projects I have been involved in over the past seven years. Current and ongoing projects only are shown below.
Occasionally, Silent Sunday will showcase photos of my home, neighborhood, or community. A picture is often worth a thousand words.
Feelfree to drop by every second Thursday of the month for my Second Thursday Tutorials. They are interspersed with my other Tutorials found at the link above.
Bleubeard will guide you to each Altered Book Lesson as it appears
Click on any lesson you might have missed or want to review