Apparently, when one names a yoga studio, one cannot resist using a play on words.
I found a great deal on Phalaenopsis moth orchids in a supermarket garden center the other day. They were marked down drastically—due to a dearth of shoppers over the past month, I think—and I was able to purchase ten plants with blooms in all different colors for a mere twenty-five dollars.
These beauties will definitely brighten up my life as I “stay safe” and “stay home” during this coronavirus pandemic.
Well, someone’s definitely a reader and a Doctor Who fan!
I’ve recently received two different packages from two different senders, each bedecked with a striking assortment of postage stamps!
I spotted this sidewalk sign the other day on historic Main Street in Park City, Utah.
This was by far the most unique float I saw in a recent Pioneer Day parade!
I shall interpret the tiny print, since I couldn’t get any closer to take a better photo of this bumper sticker:
Genealogists never die, they just lose their census.
It’s a sure sign of summer when the ATVs start rolling through the ATMs!
Naturally, I spotted this sticker on a car parked at a dinosaur museum!