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It’s said ‘The Greeks had a word for it’. Little did they know.
The Lens-Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Amy.
Per Amy: “Now that we are staying at home most of the time due to the pandemic, I often think about our different lifestyles now versus then.”
Usually reminded of a song, the first thing that popped into my head is Where or When, by The Lettermen and many others, but Google quickly reminded me of Now and Then (there’s a fool such as I), popularized by Elvis. I digress.
The parks are empty, quiet, serene, perhaps a blessing in disguise:
There were concerts and crowds:
…and clouds… beautiful, big, panoramic, clouds.
I’m fortunate that, as a retiree, my lifestyle is not radically different. I’m unfortunate that, as a retiree, my age group is more likely to catch and die from COVID than other age groups, though the virus has taken its toll among all ages. My 99 year-old mother just tested positive, but so far, five days after testing, is showing NO symptoms. Fingers crossed.
The 4th of July (U.S. Independence Day) consists of ‘decorating the patio’:
…and watching New York City fireworks on tv (a 2019 photo, but you get the idea):
The locally community parade was fun!
What can be better than horses and cars?! (It’s an Acura, BTW. Woof!)
I haven’t done any puzzles for many months, but it’s never too late!
Stay safe, be well. Be kind to one another.