I found this on a Facebook page called "The Queen's English." Of course, the Queen's English! What else could she be, Chilean?
This was on that same page. It's a "novelization," from 1911, of the play "Peter Pan," which came seven years earlier. I don't like the made-up word "novelization," though. If the novel came out first, I don't think they would called "Peter Pan" a "playization," but I'm just philosophizing. I read that the name "Wendy," short for "Gwendolyn," was very rarely used until this childrens' story came out, and now look at all the wonderful Wendys and Wendis we know.
This picture from Palestine ought to serve as a reminder of how sad it is that there are wars and bombs, and also as an ad for Audi automobiles, which just keep going like that car Steve Martin and John Candy drove in "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles."
Cats of all sizes and breeds are fearless and have a great sense of balance, as demonstrated by this cougar in a tree.
Until the last leaf falls from the last tree, I'll keep sharing autumn pictures! The prettiest time of the year!
Sure, it's no problem to store your alkali atop your acid, but if that shelf collapses, your acid's gonna be in trouble, I'll tell you that right now.
We look down the path of life. Sometimes, it's clearly marked and laid out for us, but sometimes we wonder about veering off into the uncharted area. Go ahead if you want, but be careful!
Again, there simply cannot be enough pictures of rusted 1936 Ford pickups out in snowy woods to suit us! A little work on the engine, some wax, and you've got a nice ride here!