Sunday, March 31, 2013

A Sunday Drive

Back during my childhood, our parents would often load up my brother and me after Sunday morning church services for a leisurely drive around where we lived.  Even though we were seeing mostly familiar sights, it was still good to see them, and this is why “A Sunday Drive” sounded about right for the name of a weekly series revisiting familiar sites that are well worth seeing again and again.  The link below the image is to the site itself, and the image is linked to the post it was first included in here.

 Link: [Sojourners]

 Link: [TALON]

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  1. Are we driving today? Really?! On Easter??!

    Do I have to keep my hat on? That elastic around my chin is hurting....
    How about the white gloves? I can't draw on the window with those on. :(
    And the shoes...the white shoes that pinch my toes? While they are fun to kick the back of your seat, they hurt like hell.

    "you gotta suffer to be beautiful," my grandpa would say. Yep. He was right. All this Easter finery is a pain!

    Happy Easter, Fish. To you and yours. Here's to lamb cake!

  2. Have a blessed Easter. I think there are a couple good ones today and I follow them! Sandie

  3. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Lin!!! It's the same as last year. Just keep your clothes on until the family portrait is made!

  4. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Sandie!!! Just a couple? (LOL?)

  5. Thank you so much, Jerry. What an honor! And what fine memories you brought to me. As children, our parents took us for Sunday afternoon drives. I remember sliding across the seat of our old Ford (no seatbelts back then) and my sisters and brothers shoving each other and fighting over window seats! :)

    I'll look forward to my "drive" around these new-to-me blogs!

    Happy Easter!

  6. Thank you for the link and for visiting my blog. I certainly appreciate it.

  7. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Talon!!! It sounds like you and your siblings were about as well-behaved as me and my little brother, which I am now paying the price for here with Lin and Ann. (LOL?)

  8. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear Conservative Lady!!! Well, with President Obama refusing to go anywhere near the center, I do not see how the Republicans can lose the next election. That is, unless they can find another Hitler.

  9. aw dang, had I known Lin was going to wear her new Easter outfit I wouldn't have changed before I came.
    Happy Easter to you and Arlynda. Hope you had a great day

  10. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Ann!!! Just as long as you two keep your clothes on, I really don't care what you've got on.

  11. Hi Jerry, thanks so much for the mention, really love that you spotted Perth in your travels. I'm working hard :) to show the beauty of the world's most isolated city to the rest of the world. Hope that you've had a wonderful Easter.

  12. You are most welcome, and thanks for being so considerate, my dear PDP!!! You certainly live in a beautiful part of this world and have it on fine display for all to see on your site.

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