Mundane Monday (REPOST)

Poetry and Photography
Photo challenge for PhoTrabloggers Mundane Monday

“Monday is great if I can spend it in bed. I’m a man of simple pleasures, really” Arthur Darvill

Mundane Monday

Just another Manic Monday
Certainly not my fun day
Back in the office again
Simply cannot explain
It just happens
Always after weekend
Leaving me baffled
I cannot help myself
And leaves me overwhelmed
I just end up here
In this stratosphere
Called work


Rantings Of A Third Kind on Holiday (19.-27.12.)

Back on track after 27.12.! Happy Holidays One and All!

Rantings Of A Third Kind

Rantings Of A Third Kind on Holiday (19.-27.12.)

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“What is this thing called “holiday” everyone keeps talking about?” Gun Roswell

Rantings Of A Third Kind on Holiday (19.-27.12.)

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Dear Rantings of a Third Kind fans, followers and readers. Officially Rantings aka Gun Roswell will take some time off to enjoy a much earned holiday period of one week. Spending her time looking for new inspiration in a far away foreign land 😉

But no worries, there are still a few posts delivered on daily basis for your enjoyment, so stay tuned: Same bat-time, same bat-channel!

Wishing you all, happy holidays in case you are celebrating and for those of you who are not, have fun anyway and enjoy life!


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Week 51: Wrap up Photo101 Rehab

Potent stuff: Find out for yourself!

Sights & Insights

Please enjoy this week’s wrap up of the Photo Rehab.

This week’s featured image is from the new addition to the Photo Rehab, the photoblogger  Stephen Oravec, a Husband, Father, Grandfather, Picture Taker, HTML Tinkerer, Loves to go Camping, Likes Bluegrass music mostly , but will listen to just about anything.

The Photo Rehab is our community to share photos, learn new techniques, discover new talents, and connect.

Every week I share their photos and welcome new ‘patients’ to the Clinic.  This is a fantastic opportunity to virtually travel around the world and see its beauty from new and diverse angles and perspectives.

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