@kjj0013 requested another stop, drop, and selfie. I was about to shower, so here's a gratuitous shower shot. I'm calling out @wolfwood1203 to stop what you're doing right now and selfie!
xoxo

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ivylina:
Such a great shot! I love your smile!!!
fabdep:
J'adore ton sourir!!!! Tu es magnifique!!!! ♥_♥

@Colchicine nominated me for this and I am doing absolutely nothing interesting at all right now. After picking up dog poop in the back garden, I'm having an afternoon cuppa. Very glamourous!

I nominate everyone that has yet to participate in this. And now I have this song in my head:

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thegroovesmith:
absolutely stunning!
lonesomewolf:
one of the best pics on this site!

Oh boy! Have I got some weird shite for show and tell for this week's @bloghomework !

I've been collecting things since I was little from bird's feathers to rocks and fossils. I now collect things of the library persuasion (surprise, surprise), particularly 1950's books about libraries and reference books.

My absolute favourite item is this book from Waverly Hills Sanatorium in
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speed70:
fuckin sexy
prettyzombie:
so elegant

This past weekend was beautiful! We took a few walks with the dog, let her run around the park, and even though she's an old lady now, she still seems to gain back her youth in the presence of puppies and other dogs running amok.

Dandelions are everywhere and filling the air with their little dispersing seeds.

We walked to Leith and had a
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robertbluesman:
Fab post!
legman:
cute doggie!  "Tardis tea" The tea that takes you back in time!

For the past few months I feel like I've been in a funk; not unhappy or depressed, just not quite myself. I really can't put my finger on it, but I finally feel like I'm coming out of it. Almost like a rediscovery of myself. It's really weird. Does this happen to anyone else? I feel it's almost cyclical, but...
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tulfanbru:
I have periods of time where I feel totally different. It's frustrating most of the time because expressing that when you want or need to is look upon as weird or bad by a lot of the people I'm surrounded by on a day to day basis. I hope you stay in the positive mood and make something good out of it!! New shoots, now THAT sounds positive!
robertbluesman:
Happy Spring my dear!

Huh, I really have nothing profound to offer today except for an observation.

I like the sun as long as I'm not directly in it. It makes my physically ill to have the sun in my eyes, so when I go on extended walks I wear a ball cap and sunglasses. Hell, I wear sunglasses unless the sun is completely out of the sky...
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grifterwc:
Love your selfies.  Your blogs are always fun. 
robertbluesman:
Yeah keep working the MI5 angle, well played! Re:posters nice Mucha-esque feel to 'Sugar Britches' and I actually saw 'Summer of 72' in a typical smut theatre in Baltimore! Gawwwd a porntastic event of that era: the ubiquitously endowed Annette Haven *rawwwr!* and debut of the lovely Ginger! A timepiece classic!! ... Um, right... back to post: nice bum, cute glasses... Carry On. 

This week's @bloghomework is what we're afraid of, and I have to tell you, I've enjoyed reading what people's fears are in relation to mine. I've actually had to think about this for days @lyxzen, @rambo , and @missy; and I love a topic that makes me dig deep into myself.

I've had to sort out the difference between what...
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np33di:
most people make confusion between existential fears and biological fears. existential fears difficult our lives and our relationship with others. most of the times, this kind of fear is irrational and it is linked with pre-conceptions imposed by our family, friends, society, religion, and so on. the fear of going to hell, the fear of expressing ourselves in front of others, the freedom of dying (which I consider closely associated with the fear of life or the fear of not having lived fully enough), the fear of losing one's capacities, and so on. most of the people has some kind of existential fear and the way to overcome them is not to tell loudly enough "fear is bad", "don't have fears" but to express yourself with courage and determination. if you have fear of the dark, take some courage and act in order to overcome the fear, with affectivity with yourself and with the one you love (if it is him or her who are having this fear). biological fears are different. if you don't have them, I can only say that you are imprudent hahaha. it's a kind of prudency imposed by your biological self in order to preserve the species. fear of going into a forest with lots of bears, fear of crossing a road full of cars and motorbikes passing, and so on ;)
robertbluesman:
Fab story of the lady. Re: path walking: a swift #2 Phillips screwdriver to the junk jewels should slow then down! As to cognitive: ... ... err ... what was the question again? eep! 

Once upon a time I used to post semi-nude photos to Facebook, until one morning I woke up and my entire account had been removed by Facebook and I had over 30 notifications in my gmail saying I had a photo flagged for indecency, over 30 individual little stabs to the heart. Now, I had a bunch of topless photos on my account for well...
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robertbluesman:
Fab photo! I highly recommend this as a kitchenware ad WOO!!!
fabdep:
Terriblement excitante!!!! ♥_♥je m'en caresse inconsiament. ..

This little clip definitely makes you realize a single lifetime is not long enough with someone you love deeply, and it makes me want to cherish each day even more with people I love, because time does certainly fly.

I love how in love this guy is with his future wife-to-be. Even as she "looks" older, he still adores her. *happy sobs*

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8bit_jesus:
I love this! I keep thinking about it a lot, mostly about mortality, and I'm 32 now but potentially I'll be alive for at least another 32 years. It's just mind blowing to think how long life is but at the same time how incredibly brief it is. 
robertbluesman:
I'm there already... ain't so bad. 
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electriceye22:
Great quote.
mrwaverly:
Absolutely true! Have you ever tried to select eight records like they do on BBC Radio 4's 'Desert Island Discs'? It's almost impossible, I have found. By the way, Neil Gaiman is an utter genius: I love his work.

About 3-4 times I week I walk between 5-10 miles on a trail around where I live. Yesterday about five miles in, I realize there's a hole in the insole of my shoe that felt like a small stone cutting into my heel. Now how the shite did I get a hole in my insole? It's not like I have a weird protrusion
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shines:
I want to live where you live.
libris:
@wizard0 I don't think you can eat the fuzzy ones, just the lush green ones.  They're definitely a different kind of fern.  :)