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Showing posts from December 18, 2016

DAY 344 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Christmas Eve 2002 in New Orleans

My loving husband and I were fortunate to be present at the Children's Mass, Christmas Eve 2002, at St. Louis Cathedral  in New Orleans.

We Americans are privileged to be able to practice our religion openly. I pray this Christmas Eve that this will be true forever.

I wish fellow Christians a Merry Christmas,  and to our Jewish brethren Happy Hanukkah! May we live in peace in the coming year  of 2017.

DAY 343 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Reflection of Dollar General

Dollar General assortment of merchandise reasonable prices
shared with James' global WEEKEND REFLECTIONS #378

DAY 342 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: My First Christmas Gifts

This photo shows  my first three Christmas presents- a holy card, red candle & picture of our Blessed Mother with her Divine Infant.  Many thanks to those who blessed me with these items. Merry Christmas to...  my "baby" brother, who's missed so much  and to my younger cousin pictured in the heading photo, I love you, Cheryl.

DAY 341 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Speed dLimit Sign

speed limit 70 mph… the biggest reason I’m not the one driving. Too many drivers take this sign to be just a suggestion, not a law.
sharing with Lesley's  fabulous  SIGNS, SIGNS

DAY 340 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: X is for Xeric

wishing our city offered cash to "go xeric" result: no mowing
"Go xeric": replacing lawns with low-water-use gardens
sharing with ABC WEDNESDAY
creator: Mrs. Nesbitt maintainer: Roger host: Melody

DAY 339 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Shadows of Barren Tree and Me

barren tree and me splendor From the past winter shadows misleading
shared with SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY 2 our host: Magical Mystical Teacher

DAY 338 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Fall Trees in Reflection

reflection of trees lush, colorful autumn trees preserved forever

shared with James' wondrous  WEEKEND REFLECTIONS #377
My finger is well on the way to being healed. I discovered a second infection appearing last Friday; I was able to see my doctor.  No sign of it today. So seven more days of antibiotic should make me clear of infection.