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Eyes Without A Face

Day 120 – April 30, 2019

Technology – Tuesday Photo / Eyes – Cee’s Fun Foto / Wagon – FOWC / Bread – RDP / Trip – WODC

Multiple photos to answer the multiple challenges.  Makes it very easy not to have too write anything.  Except, you know I can’t leave it at that. Well I could, and the people would rejoice, but I will have none of that tonight. 😛  The eyes happen to belong to my daughter, who you may remember I moved out to Texas this past October.  Well she’s home now (and the people rejoiced), for who knows how long but I am thrilled and happy to have my girl back home for how ever long she deems fit.  Every second counts.

Look What I Found

Cookie Monster

 

14 Replies to “Eyes Without A Face”

  1. I’m on a catch up with all posts and am also having difficulties clicking LIKE on all the posts I visit. I can’t click LIKe here on your site but can externally via the reader!

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    1. Sometimes I find the external blogs log me out of WP so I always have to either make a comment and then hit the “already a member” button or just log in completely again, even though I was already on. So frustrating.

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      1. I think this is a fairly new occurrence, I’ve passed the details to WP in the hope that there is a link between this and the pingbacks not working

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