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  • blueribbonfair 10:37 pm on July 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge, , , flea markets, locks, , ,   

    A Lock and A Clock 

    A couple photos for https:Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge.

    This week’s theme is “Locks and Clocks.”

    I found a couple of photos and worked the color out and then added just a splash droplet of color to the edges:

     

     

    Lock old in lock pile B&W

    Flea Market

     

     

     

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    A Clock on the 2nd-floor landing outside my Dr’s office.

     

     

     

     

    Speaking of clocks, I thought for those that love books I would share some beautiful clock book covers in another post. Check my next post for that. ( I add beautiful book covers to a board on Pinterest.)   Pinterest Link to this board.

     

     

     

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  • blueribbonfair 5:23 pm on September 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: blurting out secrets, keys, locked and sealed, locks, locks and keys, secrets, secrets told, unlocking secrets,   

    Spilled the beans When I should have Not! 

    Locked and Sealed: (It was at the beginning.)

    The word press prompt today is sealed up secrets you opened and told.

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    So my latest “faux pas”:

      I told the who the lasted anonymous donation  for payment to my son’s welding school was of $3,000.

    The whole story:

    My youngest son is at a welding school that costs over $10,000. he got scholarships and help to pay for it. He was halfway done with the school and we thought it was taken care of.  Any way at this time , they called him into the office and told him he still had the $3,000 to pay left. He was given 2 weeks. We prayed and brought it before the church. The money came in by an  anonymous  donor.

    Now, mind you if someone had not let out the secret prior to me; I would never had even had this “secret.” I really did not even care to know who the donor was, but my brother blurted it out with the, “Do not tell anyone!.”

    Need less to say and since I do not want to bore anyone;To sum it all up, when my other kids came to visit I blurted out to them who did it.

    In my defense: The guy that paid the rest of the school bill was “a real skin flint.” I was so astounded and impressed that it was extra easy to blurt this out. I wanted to brag on this young man I have known since he was about 4.

     

     

    From http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/locked-and-sealed/

     

     

     

     
    • Amy 6:27 pm on September 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for sharing the story!

    • Deb 6:43 pm on September 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I’m so glad you son can finish school not. It was very generous of that person to pay.
      Blessings

    • Budom 8:49 pm on September 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      That was a great story. It is nice your son had a happy ending. It goes to show you never know from which direction help will come from.

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