April 23, 2013
I am sitting here watching a program on the History Channel about Jefferson Davis. It really is quite fascinating. I wonder how more fun school would have been for a lot kids when I was in school, had we had TV programs such as this one. It's such a great to learn.
Oh dear, I just went to have a sip of my coffee, and it is all gone! Well, that won't do. Just one minute folks while I make me another cup of coffee.
Mmmmmm, this hits the spot. I use the single serving coffee bags. They look like a large teabag. You can make your coffee as strong or not so strong as you like. I usually buy Folgers or Maxwell House, but whenever I shop at Market Basket, I buy their brand. Mmm mmm, very tasty!!
I used to drink Duncan Donuts coffee whenever I was out, but now I get my coffee at McDonald's. They use Paul Newman brand of coffee, and I personally think it tastes much better. And it costs a lot less.
I thought we were done buying heating fuel for the season, but I was wrong. Yesterday we had to have another delivery. The only redeeming factor is that the price per gallon went down a bit. About 27 cents per gallon. At least that helped.
I recently joined a photography group, "Photography Plus The Art Of Photography" in order to learn more about taking great photos. Here, whatever you want to learn is just a question away. There are lots of challenges to give you inspiration for your photos. Folks, if you want to learn to take better photos, do stop by and have a look around.
One of the challenges is for macro or close-up photos. For this one, I photographed my Christmas Cactus up close. Then I zoomed in on the center of one flower and changed it to black and white. It may not be the best, but it surely was fun. Here are my photos.
That's about all my news for this morning. It's supposed to rain today and through the night, so I guess that makes it a good day to be doing laundry. Maybe even give the vacuum cleaner a bit of exercise. Not a lot, I don't want to overwhelm it. lol. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.