Butterflies seem so happy  when they flitter and flutter.
Love the Unique saucer:)
ABC Wed.- U

A thumbs up to WordPress! When last week I saw a cookie banner across my blog, I thought, O no! Expecting they would go the same way as google. But in reading wordpress cookies policy, I can opt out of Google’s Analytics. A sigh of relief. Am quite satisfied to remain anonymous instead of being on all kinds of “business endeavors”!

Thank you WordPress and Firefox for allowing me to flitter and flutter anywhere, without all my specific info being put in search engine’s categories, etc. (for whatever muddy purposes), other than my url and username.



DO YOU REALIZE that if you have put the settings for  your comments on the Google account, I cannot comment back to you? Because after typing my comment, and the chapta, my comment won’t stick UNLESS I sign into a google account!

My request to several of you at Blogspot is to change your comment s settings, so it gives a choice next to the google account (I don’t know how it looks on your blog, but how it looks on mine) after I type in my comment, I need to see
google account
google account
Much appreciated! That’s when I can put my name and url in, and the comment will get through!

Door of Store “3 Peas and Me “- cheerful or cute, or both?
Thurs. Door




After the cutesy  places, fluttering to  a more classic arch in Balboa Park, San Diego, with several museums and big buildings  interesting cultural things,  all built in the same style.
Could not verify if the Casa del Prado, etc. were built in the same time (late 1920ties.) This is one of the arches of the walkways (so people could walk comfortably in the shade around the buildings – this is San Diego – almost always hot and sunny).
Thurs. Door, Tue Trasures




White Hibiscus happily blooming by the fence of our South. California condo.
So happy to bloom, they gave flowers several times a year.
Thank you Riitta, and Nick for your unfailing awesome flower captures!
Floral Bliss, Floral Fri Foto




A happy red reflection parked right outside where we were having
a cup of Java. Not my truck!
Weekend Reflection



A Cloud waving “life is good ”  between Los Angeles and Sacramento
Tue Travel, Sky Watch



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37 Comments Add yours

  1. prior.. says:

    Hi Jesh – the ending photo is my fav of the post – that single cloud was a great capture – it does seem to wave.
    I have also done that drive LA to Sacramento (but I went Long Beach to San Jose) and it is scenic.

  2. The door is cheerful and cute! Have a good week.

  3. jesh stg says:

    Thank you Yvette! Since we did LA to Sac. 3-4 times a year in the end we chose the short route from the 5 freeway to the 99 (not so scenic:) )

  4. Lydia C. Lee says:

    I think I’m one of the problem people. Will look into it this morning – thanks for the instructions

  5. restlessjo says:

    Balboa Park is a fond memory of mine, Jesh, but I’d love to have deer at my back door. 🙂 🙂

  6. Dan Antion says:

    I think the door is welcoming. I also like the cup and saucer (for tea), not coffee, and the arch.

  7. jesh stg says:

    Wow, you have been at a lot of places, Jo!

  8. Very good post. I tried to do the Google thing but got lost. I did get my blog listed in my profile though.

  9. restlessjo says:

    Over a lot of years, Jesh 🙂 🙂

  10. betty - NZ says:

    I’m loving your gorgeous photos! You found my WP blog, but I only have it so i can comment on WP blogs. Up until now, your comments have come through on Blogspot, but, just to be sure, I have changed the settings to include anonymous comments, so you should be OK to comment.

  11. prior.. says:

    well that makes sense – when you did it that much it was not about the scenery as much – ha

  12. jesh stg says:

    Thank you Linda. Saw at your Webcroft blog (but it’s stil on google account, so I could not comment ) that you also posted a mosaic mural – wow, it would be awesome if you put that on All Seasons next week! Have a bright Spring week!

  13. jesh stg says:

    Thank you Dan!

  14. Jill Foley says:

    beautiful photos – I love catching reflections in things

  15. jesh stg says:

    I do too, but I’ve noticed that there are less reflections in nature than in the city!

  16. Didn’t know, didn’t expect it either…. that I would fall in love today…. ever even…. with a cup and saucer 😉

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)

  17. riitta k says:

    Wonderful photos, the arch is my favourite!

  18. Comments are a challenge on some sites for me. I have to log in to Facebook on some, Google on others.

  19. jesh stg says:

    Am laughing – it’s actually too bright for me, but I can appreciate what the designer wanted to get across:) Have a great week, Melody!

  20. Wonderful photos! The cup is pretty, but I am very intrigued by the saucer. You always find the most interesting doors for your photography.


  21. Love that cloud photo, Jesh. It has me smiling and thinking of Mel Brooks and his movies. 🙂 Cheers!

  22. Jackie says:

    The cup and saucer is gorgeous.

  23. Norm 2.0 says:

    I love that country style door. It has a very homey and welcoming look.

  24. I like the door, and all the stuff around it. I want to go in a look around.

  25. I use my google account to comment on blogger blogs but have been with WP for 9 years now and prefer it…Lovely summer post…Michelle

  26. Peter B says:

    Love that little cloud waving “life is good!!” Beautiful arch at Balboa Park, too. You have me curious now to check my account settings. Have a great weekend!

  27. Angie says:

    Love the cute store front – it says “Come in and look around”, and the white hibiscus is a stand-out! I hope you are able to comment directly on my blog now that I have changed my settings!

  28. I just love that cute little blue store with the white door and window, and what a great name it has, too.

  29. I think that door is cute, yes! And I would like the table out front, too. I think the Prado was part of the world Pan-American Explosition, built in 1915. It’s surely been restored from time to time since then!

  30. Peabea says:

    Thank you for visiting and sharing at Pictorial Tuesday. The months seem to fly by. Cannot believe May is already over. Schools seem to have just started and now over for the year. Great photo.

    Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

  31. It’s been a nightmare month for us in the EU with the new GDPR regulations coming in and all the requirements we have needed to make sure our data collection adheres correctly. This week many of us have found we are now blocked from accessing US websites as they have to be GDPR compliant as well if they have readers from the EU. It’s complete madness! Now, back to the important stuff – beautiful blooms. I always think hibiscus flowers are so exotic.

  32. nannie2four says:

    You always have the most interesting fotos to share with FFF. Love the little shop….and the 🦋 cup. Hope you have an awesomely blessed Sunday.

  33. jesh stg says:

    Sorry, I’m a week behind with all the changes on the blogs and trying to comment on them. Am so happy I have wordpress! Yeah, I would think you would like the butterfly cup:)

  34. jammy7000 says:

    Always wonderful to see your photos of San Diego, Jesh, and remember our very enjoyable visit there…
    Thanks for taking part in the Travel Tuesday meme.

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