Friday, July 21, 2017
~~ Friday’s Hunt v.4.03 -- "C" is for ...
(1) Starts with "C"; (2) Building; and (3) Something I wear
I bought my Camel Bells from a street vendor in Egypt, probably Cairo, in our 1980. There to the Sphinx we did ride a camel up the hill to visit the largest pyramid. My pictures need to be scanned to show here.
Alternative "C", Clocks in our House. The one above is an old English pendulum clock from the 1860's. We have some documentation on it. It is a gift to Mrs. Jim.
(2) Building: The Trump Hotel in Washington D.C. No, we didn't stay there, way too many $$$$Bucks for us. But we did go there for coffee one afternoon. Mrs. Jim and I opted for a nice Cappuccino. We were served in the hotel lobby.
This January we traveled with Karen's family to visit BP who is attending college there. While there we went on a campus tour and attended a play she had produced. Some of those pictures are on another post.
(3) Something I wear: Most year round I wear golf or sporting shirts and shorts. The color fitting me is blue. These socks I just washed, Iwash my own clothes. The small pair was for Adi so she wouldn't scratch the floors. But she would not wear them. But she didn't scratch the floors either.
I have twelve pair of the larger ones, always I can find a mate.
My most common shoe is a pair of sandals. Yes, winter too. My best ones are a pair of Dockers Gladiator sandals. They are made of leather and really were comfortable. But seems hardly anyone makes them of leather anymore, they all are plastic (man made materials).
Once in a while Mrs. Jim has me wearing longer pants. That would be for social events (not all) and church things. A small percentage do wear shorts to church, blue jeans are the leader but not nearly half wear those. This is a picture I took at church this week. We were sitting about half way up, on one of the second section's front row.
The Fine Print: - Teresa of Eden Hills, (click)is running this meme, Friday's Hunt. Her rules are: "Welcome to linkup for Friday’s Hunt. It’s very simple. Anyone can participate. The link opens at 7pm Friday Central time and will close Sunday at 7pm."