Monthly Archives: October 2016
Halloween Posts On Monday – #halloween
Tomorrow is Halloween and I have some posts lined up to celebrate the day including some videos, images, text and the like. There will be some Instagram pix from work showing how grownups do the holiday. Come back tomorrow for the fun and haunts.
Barataria - The work of Erik Hare
The election of 2016 is almost upon us, but already it has had its effect upon America. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the Gulf to the Great Lakes, this nation has been forever changed by the process that has unfolded over the last few years as never before. Yes, this great land now stands perfectly united in one solid belief:
We will all be glad when this crap is all over.
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Halloween Safety Tips for Cats — Pawprints on My Heart
This could apply to dogs as well. Though, often, they don’t mind wearing costumes.
160 Words I Wrote Based on This Image 8
Claudia McGill Writes Poetry, Did You Know That?
Collage poem from May, 2016.
We must provoke
interest in fabulous clothes,
simple black cashmere coat
leather driving shoes.
open the door for
people exhausted by success
The “Read Bridge” Story
iPhoneOgraphy – 30 Oct 2016 (Day 304/366)
Read Bridge (Chinese: 李德桥) is a beam-structured bridge located at Clarke Quay within the Singapore River Planning Area in Singapore. The bridge crosses the Singapore River linking Clarke Quay to Swissôtel Merchant Court. The bridge was built in 1881 and completed in 1889. The bridge is opened to pedestrians and bicycles, and has been modified several times.
Read Bridge was named after William Henry Macleod Read, who was a prominent resident in Singapore between 1841 and 1887 and Consul for the Netherlands between 1857 and 1885. The bridge’s construction took place in 1881 and was completed in 1889. The bridge was opened by then governor Clementi Smith in 1889, Read laid the first cylinder in 1887, before he left the colony. The locals called the bridge Malacca Bridge, given its proximity to Kampong Malacca at Merchant Road. The Hokkiens refer the bridge as…
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One, two, three
And on the fourth,
I linger, knowing,
Somehow, sometime -
I’ll feel a heartbeat,
Beat, in time with mine.
A hand that once trembled,
And shook, violently
Falls steady to the rhythm,
Felt through the Vena Amoris.
Men of science dispel the myth,
I still hold to be true.
Kevin Brown © 30.10.2016