#ThursdayDoors — Jan. 24, 2020 #SeniSal

Here’s my entry for this week’s Thursday Doors. Just a little something from a day trip over to Athens this past Monday.

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#SundayStills — They're Not Old, They're CLASSIC! 😄 #SeniSal

Hugh’s guest-hosting #SundayStills this week, so I thought I’d make an entry. Here ya go!

Some classic cars from a cruise-in a while back.

Vintage tractors.

A vintage King Midget car.

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Which Way Challenge – Jan. 3, 2020

Here’s my last-minute entry for the latest Which Way Challenge.

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FFC: Two Colors

Here’s my entry for this week’s Fun Foto Challenge. Hope you like it!

Green and white.

White and purple.

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Oh, and happy holidays, a belated Merry Christmas, and a happy new year!

Black and White — I'll Take Two!

Here’s my entry for this week’s Black and White Challenge. Hope you like ’em!

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Black and White — Doors

Here’s my entry for this week’s Black and White Challenge. Enjoy!

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Papers, Please: November ’19 Roundup

The Afictionado

Carole and Tuesday (2)

At the very real risk of repeating myself, it’s been a busy month (I’m feeling a little like Carole in that image up there). But a productive and rewarding one! I failed miserably at my attempt to do a pseudo NaNoWriMo, but I did get all my grading done… finished writing a presentation on Tricksters… travelled to a conference and presented said paper to positive reception… and hey, I had some great conversations about the creative project I’d intended to add to every day, it just didn’t grow as many new words as I wanted it to. But there’s still time. NaNo was definitely invented in a timezone where November isn’t the end-of-year crunch time.

Oh, and I entered something akin to a berserk state and bought far too much manga/YA at a giant bookstore. That’s productive and creative, right?

On the blog:

Personal Space: Carole & Tuesday and…

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Headcanons, Queer Readings, and the Art of “Reading Too Much Into Things”

This is some thought-provoking stuff here.

The Afictionado

this cat

The nature of media is that we will all look at it a little bit differently—we all have different brains in our heads, after all, and we’ve all had different life experiences that will frame and shape the way we perceive things. A result of this may be that you’re watching a TV show with your pal and you spot what you see as the blossoming of a beautiful queer romance, but when you mention it to your friend they blink in surprise and say they hadn’t noticed that at all. “Are you sure?” they ask, sincerely but bemused. “They just seem like good friends to me.” Maybe they’ll suppress a sigh, maybe they’ll laugh it off. “Not everything has to be gay all the time. You’re overthinking it.”

Damn, you think, suddenly unsure. Maybe they’re right. Maybe I am reading too much into this—maybe in my hunger…

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