TWO DOORSscroll down to the middle and the end!


Having a difficult  but meaningful conversation between old friends about  the training school, where he once was a student, and we teachers,  has been annulled. Was it worth the pursuit of saving the existence of the school?  Sadly, but YES!

Some avoid to speak out words  or thoughts which may be misunderstood or controversial. – thinking it’s not worth the pursuit.  Speaking them out they feel, causes ” IT” to be so out there” (which it too uncomfortable).
That would be exactly the reason to verbalize them.  The belief that what is unspoken, does not hurt one, is wrong.
It is worth pursuing to speak out what one has in mind.  Even though it may initially cause fire works when words come out, but after that there may be  an unbelievable freedom for the person who has been holding it in for years.
(ABC Wed. – Speak out, Fri Hunt – paper)


One of hubby’s incredible images of the elegant STATELY  or regal looking columbine. Is pursuing beauty a worthwhile pursuit? Even though it may be fragile, or not long lasting?
(Floral Bliss, Floral Fri Foto, Pink Saturday)






Have to go back to this shop i  the historic part of Folsum (suburb of Sacramento)! They had very interesting second hand things. Sorry, Norm (Thurs. Doors), this is my girlie door.
(Tue Treasure, Makro Tex: Nov, Thurs Doors)



Fri Hunt
Begin with T
Black and White: bottom announcement of Weekend Journal Page
Paper:  my book case is full of paper! First image


Return to the organic.  A great pursuit,  but it does not answer everything. Nowadays, cancer, inflammation, and stress are some of our big enemies .
(Sunday Trees, Weekend Green, Sat. Critters )




At first this one on our three day house hunt trip along our highway 49 (Gold rush) looked like a dream 3 years ago. But then … we came closer … not worth the pursuit!
So much damage. -it only could spell trouble! This “dream” helped me to remain flexible in my expectation. This photo I  kept for the reflections in the window and doors.
(Tuesday Travel, Weekend Reflection, Fri Hunt – T)




Wordless Wed., Sky watch





Worth to pursue the Season? Definitely, absolutely, always!

Share it between Sunday and Wednesday evening 7pm, Pacific time
in an All Seasons post





The Charcoal version of Flute Player. If you Play, they will come. Press  “Look” so see what it’s all about. Added: digital transformation is also allowed, but … as long as this is not one’s mode of operandi.





RandomosityThru My Lens Our World *
Tue Treasures * Nature Notes  *  Pictoral Tue. * Tue Travel * Floral Bliss *
Makro Tex – Nov * ABC Wed. –  S *Outdoor Wednesday  * Communal Global *
Wordless Wed. *
*Thurs. Doors * Floral Fri Foto * Thankful Thurs. * Sky Watch  * Weekend Green *
Weekend Reflection  * Flowers Fri  *Fri Photo Journal Fri Photo Friends  Fri Hunt *
Sat. CrittersPink Sat. *

28 Comments Add yours

  1. Klara S says:

    Conversations between friends with different opinions are the most interesting! Love your pictures and your husband’s photo is great.

  2. pappilanmummo says:

    All leaves are out – autumn!

  3. bettyl - NZ says:

    Fun variety of photos. I have found that just getting started with stating an opinion is the hardest part. I’m not one to argue but I enjoy a good discussion.

  4. riitta k says:

    Loving greetings to Jacob – his aquilegia is gorgeous! Freedom of speech is utterly important! Yes, we humans pursuit / strive for different things – this is utterly important too – keeps us alive, I think.

  5. To speak out… seems easy but it is far from that is it not?

    Still… it can be very important in a relationship…obligatory I would say.

    Have a splendid ABC-Wednes-day / – week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)

  6. Roger Green says:

    Life’s too short to stay silent.

  7. Kelleyn says:

    Cute cafe or shop! Super charming! Have a great week.

  8. Love the girlie door.

  9. Kelly Mahan says:

    I agree, conversations with between peopple of different opinions is always very interesting and mind-opening. Love the post!

  10. Lovely selection of photos and doors, Jesh. I agree that what remains unspoken can hurt someone, mostly the person holding it in.

  11. jesh stg says:

    Hi Kelly, thank you for your kind comment -went to your blog – how did you find me (because your blog theme is so different…)?

  12. jesh stg says:

    Exactly – this was a frequent subject of the latter one in my counseling room:)

  13. Norm 2.0 says:

    No need to apologize for the “girlie door”, it’s lovely and I’m sure there were lots of interesting discoveries in that shop too 🙂

  14. Jim says:

    Great shots

  15. jesh stg says:

    Apologizing because was raised androgynous (just kidding) – but I have no sisters, only two brothers, who might roll their eyes, and wait outside this store.

  16. jesh stg says:

    I was reading my own comment – I meantone who is holding it in for years, not one of the two men in the photo:)

  17. Norm 2.0 says:

    My parents both worked when I was little so I spent a lot of time at my grandmother’s. At the time she still had 6 girls at home, my dad’s younger sisters, so I got used to seeing lots of “girlie stuff” at an early age.

  18. jesh stg says:

    Wow, that prepared you!

  19. Peter B says:

    Your hubby’s a great photographer! Love your skywatch shot this week. Simple and beautiful! Have a great weekend.

  20. nannie2four says:

    💜 💜 💜 every foto… especially the door and your hubby’s fotography!

  21. good selctioos of photos for these memes. I reaky ike the fence shotss. Have a lovely weekend.

  22. Eileen says:

    Hello, I like the candid shot of your husband. Nice capture of the cattle for your critter photo. I like the cute cabin, looks like a lovely place to live. Pretty sky capture. Thanks so much for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day and weekend.

  23. James says:

    Nice pictures! Your husband is such a good photographer.

  24. scotiaspinner says:

    Your picture of the cows and the tree is just lovely. I also really like the columbines. We have those in the spring, here.

  25. Wonderful series..I am late getting around. We were to be grandparents again this spring, but my daughter miscarried 2 weeks ago sadly… Michelle

  26. jesh stg says:

    So sorry, Michelle.

  27. Mascha says:

    Nice series and a great shot of the wonderful columbine.
    Sorry, that I’m so late, mother is still sick and I’m dealing with healthy problems too.
    Enjoy your weekend and thanks for joining

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