Things are moving forward for the next Fun Monday on June 18th. So far, we have 34 participants that have agreed to show us some of their treasures. For our challenge, I am asking that you show us something that hangs on your wall that is fun, interesting, endearing, sentimental, or otherwise enticing. Select the picture of Uncle Horace, Grandma Galt's needlepoint, or little Susie's first finger painting to show the blogging community. The list of participants is in the margin to the left. If you would like to join us or if I have omitted your name, let me know in the comment section. See you on Monday.
Good news, the wonderfully creative Swampwitch of Anecdotes, Antidotes, and Anodes has agreed to host the next Fun Monday event on June 25th. Thanks Swampy.
If you like to do your homework ahead of time, here is Swampy's assignment.
"I can learn a lot about a person by looking at their bookshelves and garage, or carport, or storage house... i.e. places where you store things."
Swampy doesn't know who said this, so if no one knows, she'll take credit for it.
This quote is not to be confused with Plato's quote: "I can learn more about a person in one hour of play than in one year of conversation."
So, here's Fun Monday's challenge for June 25:
Post pictures of your BOOK shelves (other shelves are welcome too: toy shelves, collection shelves, any shelves) AND post pictures of the inside of your garage or any place where you lock the door when company comes so they can't see the clutter. Rule: Don't clean it up first !
For Wordless Wednesday on June 13th, I posted a picture of a juvenile bird. Originally, I thought that this was a young robin. However, a few days later, I returned to our small grape vine and found this.