Friday, February 26, 2016
Friday’s Hunt v 1.9 -- "I" is for ...
1.a. My "I" is for "I'm Watching You."
Actually we both were watching the little tug boat move our ship away from the dock where we boarded.
But Mrs. Jim (here) caught me taking her picture. Most time she humors me and doesn't complain. Mostly, when I'm driving she isn't real keen on that, taking pictures of her or anything.
1.b. My "I" is also for Italian Food. I found a whole lot ready to take home and heat at our local "Trader Joe's" grocery store.
2. Week's Favorite would be younger kids art especially when it is my granddaughter's. This may be her first cat, for sure the first I can remember.
Do you remember your grandkid's art work? You may have some salted away for future admiration. Chances are you won't look at it very much.
Then a while later, when your kids or spouse is going through the things you could not longer take with you, most all of it will get trashed.
Do you remember your first grade art? My mom saved mine, it was a boy with a horse, both were stick figures. I never graduated from the stick people drawing stage, even after a few 'Art' classes. (link to the boy, I still draw him)(link to my Stick Man book and theatre play post)
3. Something Blue:
That would be the "Headless Girl Dressed in Blue."
You may have seen her wearing something else but her favorite color is Blue. I love her heart necklace. Wish I could remember where we were and I would get one for Mrs. Jim (shhh).
(4) A lagniappe for you, a Poem for You:
- The Mr. Linky address here has a list of others who are participating if you would to read what these folk are doing for the Friday post - For the week of February 19, our assignment was to post on any or all of these ideas: (1) Starts with I, (2) Week’s Favorite, and (3) Something Blue, and (4) another lagniappe poem for you.
The Italian food all looked so very good. I'm hungry now.
Have a fabulous day and weekend. ☺
R. Täysin arkista
The porcini mushroom lasagne would be in my basket, I like vegetarian dishes sometimes.
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