Weekly Photo Challenge: Through

Arches National Park in Utah.

Hope y’all had a beautiful day!

Short and sweet today, folks. Workin’ out in yard, mowing, trimming, getting muddy and sunburned, cleaning the house, checkin’ up with a few friends, and more friends tomorrow after the movies, and maybe before, too. Can’t wait for the movie!!! AAAAAAAAAKKKK!

Love y’all! *hug* πŸ˜‰


Day 84 of my Project 366.


Author: Carol B Sessums

Writer, Editor, Coffee Addict, Lover of Mountains. Lives to shrink the planet, one story and connection at a time.

15 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Through”

    1. Wished for popcorn, but alas, Hallie can’t have any because of her braces, and I refuse to eat what she can’t have, at least not in front of her. Plus, the prices they charge for food items at the movies is simply sinful. I sneak in a bottled water and some crackers, just in case Hallie gets hungry or thirsty. Although, I did buy her a coke. $4.00 for a very small coke. REALLY??!!!

      Thanks Gerry. πŸ˜‰

      I’m sure once she gets her braces off, between now and Christmas, I’ll splurge for popcorn and a coke and box of M & M’s. Or Goobers. Yum! Love chocolate covered peanuts. πŸ˜‰


  1. what a fascinating place. was here once on a road trip with three friends many years ago (BD = before digital πŸ™‚ ). what an adventure that was. what a fascinating planet our earth is! sometimes it felt as if we were on the moon, to look at the landscape around us. lots of memories from that trip!
    thanks for sharing.


    1. Ha! Yeah, most of my pics are BD. I’ve done some scanning. I didn’t go digital until our Disney trip in ’07. Aren’t road trips always an adventure?! I LOVE them! Can’t get enough. I’d like to go on a roadtrip video-taping strangers around the country, asking them questions, talking with folks (sort of getting outside my comfort zone a bit) and then post it to You Tube or a video blog or something like that. I think that would be a little bit of fun.

      Our planet truly is fascinating, and yes, I agree, the Arches National Park and other places, as well, look to be as if you are standing on the moon or some other planet. Very other-worldly. Very sci-fi. Strange beauty. Sort of felt like that in Sedona, Arizona just a bit, with all the red rocks. Felt like I was on Mars, the red planet, much of the time. I do so love rocks, though, and Sedona has some beautiful ones! Loved hiking up their mountains and rocks. I need another ROAD TRIP!!!! πŸ˜‰ *hug*


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