Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Whatever Wednesday

 Totally random today. I sat down to write some book reviews and then said, "Nah, don't feel like it. I typed enough at work today. I'm ready to go watch Netflix." 

So, I'll give you a brief whatever glimpse of life at the Faries household.    Ray's working on this 1000 piece puzzle that I gave him for Christmas. It's a challenge!
 I've had this Emily Dickinson card for awhile. Rather than share it with someone, I decided she could hang out on my bookshelf.  Class up the joint.
 No surprise, but the Cowboys crumbled.  Still the special edition Makers Mark bottle wears its jersey proudly. Football here never, ever ends.  (truly, never, ever.....seemingly never)
my whirly-spiral hangs from the ceiling fan in our casual living room. We got it in Cozumel in December. I brought it indoors away from the winter elements.

Whatever's happening in your world on Wednesday - I hope it's a tad random. Stop and pause, take a look around, and snap a picture. You might be surprised at what lurks in the corners.

Whee!

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  1. All books? That is one heck of a tough puzzle all right.

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    1. yep - he's been challenged. The colors are tricky

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  2. Oh, I love your Emily Dickinson book marker. Truly, she's better hanging than marking a page in NASCAR...who knew there was Chicken Soup for a racers soul. My corners are filled with lurkers.

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    1. I have a story in that NASCAR book. Sorry...Emily is slumming

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  3. Loved the post and photo's Joanne. I am not a great reader so not sure about the books.
    Had a lazy day after doing chores. To wet, windy and cold. Hope your day is better,

    Yvonne.

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    1. thanks. All was fine today. I worked, but can't complain

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  4. Holy jeez! Lookit that puzzle! I much prefer the ten-piece Muppet Babies puzzles myself. Too bad the kids are all grown up now and I don't have that excuse anymore. On the other hand, since I live alone now, Muppet Babies puzzles it is!

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    1. Ray is the puzzle master. I am useless. Or I could do Muppet Babies...maybe.

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  5. Great advise. We see so much when we actually look around. I saw a lot of whirly spirals in Greece. Yours is very pretty.
    Have a wonderful random eve and beyond, Joanne.

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    1. thanks. I knew you'd appreciate the spiral random of my post. Cheers my friend

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  6. Looooove the whirly spiral!

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    1. oh yeah. I just tapped it to whirl for you

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  7. That puzzle looks like it would take a while indeed

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    1. He needs challenges in his semi-retirement. No TV for him...brain busters!

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  8. That puzzle looks really interesting. Thank you for sharing!

    www.ficklemillennial.blogspot.com

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    1. thanks. I know there are puzzles on line, but the tactile feel of the real deal is awesome.

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  9. It was fun to see this glimpse into your day. That puzzle looks overwhelming to me!

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    1. me too - I have not contributed at all. The pieces look alike

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  10. OY! That puzzle looks tantamount to torture! (Think he'll conquer it by NEXT Christmas...?)

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