Friday Randoms



So....it looks like a post is missing in the rear of this building.  
How it remains standing is a mystery. 


This week my daughter's art class has been painting along with Bob Ross.  Check him out here and let him sooth away your stress.  


Crayola is retiring a color from the classic 24 pack.  As a 2nd grade teacher, I can tell you that there are many others that need to be retired besides this one.  


If you are into travel, you will appreciate these items carried by flight attendants.  


Leaving you with some Post Modern Jukebox, because I can't get enough of it myself.  


Linking up with Tanya today.  



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  1. I've got my tickets for the Post Modern Jukebox concert in June!

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    1. Tom!!! You lucky man, you! ENJOY!!!!

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  2. Hello, it is amazing the barn is standing. Bob Ross is very talented, one could learn a lot from his video. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  3. wow....I had not heard that a color was going to be retired. Not sure I would even be able to recognize this particular one or not. I'm guessing that another color will replace this one. Isn't it amazing that the roof has not already fallen on the old home? Hope your Friday and your weekend is a great one.

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  4. That barn won't be standing much longer. Or maybe so. The porch posts are gone, but one down the road from the farm is still standing, minus its posts, for 30 years.

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    1. Donna, it's always amazing to see how long buildings end up standing even though they seem to be on their last leg.

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  5. It is amazing that it is still standing!

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  6. My goodness -- that is a mystery how that building is still standing! What other Crayola colors would retire besides dandelion? White???

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    1. Based on the "left-over" crayon bowl in my classroom they need to retire the red-violet color.

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  7. that's cool, maybe a ghost post. :>)

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  8. Happy trees...... Memories from my childhood, Bob Ross.

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  9. Bob Ross just had a way to make you believe anything was possible. Dandelion...really??? Love the packing tips...had no idea there was such a thing as a portable humidifier...think that would be nice next to my bed at home.. Have a lovely weekend.

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  10. I like the looks of the building!

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    1. I am guessing that it was a great house, in its day!

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  11. Love the house! So empty and so beautiful...
    Love from Titti

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  12. Great timing for a Dandelion Retirement . . ,
    Right in the middle of Dandelion season . . .
    Probably where it got its name, don't you think!

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  13. Goodness I do wonder how that little place is still standing.
    Bob Ross has inspired so many people.
    Well I think maybe they could have retired a different color. It will be interesting to see what they replace it with.
    Wow those ladies know how to pack.
    Never heard of PMJ - Very different from my style of music.

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  14. I was surprised through the years friends who followed Bob Ross.With your 2nd grade group I think it is more the parents who want to get the larger packs of crayons.

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  15. A captivating photo of the old building & at first glance I thought I was taking a migraine as I couldn't see the corner of it!

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    1. Christine, it does look kind of strange!

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  16. I feel sorry for that house.. :-( It is amazing that it hasn't collapsed as yet. I'd LOVE to see the painting your daughter did!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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    1. Teresa, I will have to photograph it. She said it was hard to follow along with Bob! lol!

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  17. I always enjoy Post Modern Jukebox!
    That building is cool and sad at the same time!
    I won't miss dandelion...

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  18. One good wind and . . . Poof! Bye-bye building.

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  19. Wow! Interesting. I would love to know the story of this building.
    And you follow Post Secret? So do I! Cool. Hugs.

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    1. Post Secret is great and some of those secrets...WOW!

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  20. Hi Michelle, I love that barn photo. How long can it stay there without the missing post? :-) I hear you about the crayons. As a retired high school teacher I can say one thing for sure: I've always admired elementary teachers. You guys are the best! Have a great weekend!

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    1. John, I admire you! I could not be a high school teacher!! No way! Have a great weekend, too!

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