Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Just Random Photos

Today, it's all about the visual . . . click to enlarge if you like . . .

Angie Ledbetter's (Gumbo Writer) Vizpo art taken from my Golden Sparkled Dancer's Cap essay







A man holding me (in West Virginia) who is called on the back of the photo "Grandpa Davis" and I have no idea who he is-ah the mysteries
a rip in the sky




Lil Boop
an alien?
weird old-timey ad






Now, go do the day. I'll be writing - you?

21 comments:

Jinksy said...

I'll shall be falling through the rip in the sky... who knows where I may land?

Jessica Nelson said...

I should be writing....

Angie Ledbetter said...

Some (many) of those brought tears to my eyes. *sniff* LUMU

Karen said...

Those are great pictures! I should be writing, too.

Karen said...

OOOPPS! I forgot to say, I'm reading your book, "Tender Graces" intead of writing. You write with such wonderful words for Virginia Kate. I love your book!

Stephanie Faris said...

Hmmmm...Grandpa Davis? That would really bug me, wondering who that was!

Debbie said...

Lil Boop - oh, so cute!
And that old ad is too freaky.

Doreen said...

busy trying to book rooms for the weekend!!

Marguerite said...

Great pics and quite an interesting collage! My favorite is Lil Boop! Cher be' be'! Looks like ya'll might be in for a big one! (Hurricane Earl) Guess you're far enough from the coast, but stay safe, just in case.

Debra said...

Just chillin...got the night off. Enjoying my totally alcohol and drug free zone. Oh! The luxury!*smiling*

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Kathryn Magendie said...

I forgot to mention how Angie called that creepy baby ad: Dr. Phil Baby *LAUGHING*!

Susan R. Mills said...

Awesome pictures. Some so beautiful, and others, well... so funny!

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Rose Mary said...

Hi Kathryn~love all the pictures. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and saying hello.

I'm still thinking about the idea of going back a hundred years. I agree that there would be a lot of peace to it and really, I don't think I would feel that isolated, but I tend to be a hermit kind of person a lot of the time. Well, not really, as I have a husband and two daughters and various animals, but I do stay home a lot and I like to be by myself for hours on end.

You made a great point about having to write by hand. I'm such a jabber-mouth kind of writer that my hand would never hold out! Maybe I should check and see when typewriters were invented. I think I am spoiled, too, LOL!

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Kittie Howard said...

Super pics! Loved the trip down Memory Lane, tho I'd like to know who Grandpa was. Oh, but Southerners had (have?) secrets.

Totally enjoyed your video. Kat, you rock!

As does what you read. Loved how you described the Missisip. I mean, WOW!

Thank you for stopping by and following me (what an honor!) I'm following you and look forward to your posts!!

Zoe said...

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Popping over fro mthe bbq - hello!

Jill of All Trades said...

I love the very first one!