We are in the week of our annual Rhododendron Festival. A tricycle race on Wednesday, run by my Sunrise Rotary. The Bed Race, the Pet Parade. Today is the Rhody Run, but I wore my feet out yesterday, with the Running of the Balls (one of our big Rotary fundraisers) and then the Rhody Parade. I walked to Monroe Street at 9:30 am and was not done until 3:00 pm. My phone went dead, but another person’s recorded 16,000 steps. I iced my feet when I got home, up on pillows!
And the local rhododendrons are gorgeous. Are they narcissists? Or just joyful?
For the Daily Prompt: thin.
Stems for flowers.
Good morning! Another Mundane Monday, and the topic this time is stairs. But this is outdoors in Tacoma, so fire escapes qualify too.
I had trouble posting yesterday. My mother died May 15, 2000, and Mother’s Day is always near that time. Love to everyone else who has lost a mother.
I am a day late, but still present.
One other submission to last week’s Mundane Monday, ramp up.
Colette B with a mystery ramp.
For the weekly Photo Challenge: this week’s theme is to show our Place in the World.
Home is outdoors. Home is the beautiful world, the earth, the universe.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers and to mother earth.
For the Daily Prompt: laughter.
A class on public speaking at the Rotary District 5020 meeting last Friday… a wonderful class!
Who knew that there are over 35,000 Rotary Clubs world wide with people working on ending polio, clean water, efficient and inexpensive stoves, projects locally and internationally? And having fun too….