Ruby Tuesday - hosted by Mary/the Teach at Work of the Poet - is here again. This week Mary suggested that that we find "signs" with red in them. Since I don't leave the house, she offered me the leeway of sign-like thing such as packaging. I did dig into my archives for a couple of real signs. These are from before I had my nice new camera. The first is from my nightmarish (but scenic) apartment in Lake Huntington, NY and the second is near another pretty awful apartment (in the cute little white house up the hill) in a pretty town on the Delaware River called Narrowsburg, NY. The last three pictures are current and are from inside my house. I had to/chose to redden Dr. Bronner's packaging a little bit. That's it from me this week. Not terribly excited about these. Please drop by Mary's and check out all the wonderful ruby shots from all around the world.
I'm 70 years old going on twelve or sometimes 6, it depends on the day. Then again, sometimes I feel like I'm 110. I'm agoraphobic, permanently disabled. I live an odd life, but a relatively happy one. I have two cats, Merlin and Melissa. They are brother and sister and therefore known (it's a joke) as The Twins. They were 3 years old on May 7th.