Do you ever take no-interest pictures? I mean, who in their right mind would take a shot of soap suds in a sink? I am intrigued, though, at the way the oddest things form patterns. I remember spending lots of time watching water roll off a ridged draining board into a sink. It fascinated me to see the way it chose it's path, in an out of the ridges, rolling calmly until it met another obstacle, then choosing another route. My son used to think I was quite mad ... maybe he was right!
For many years I have been intrigued by this house, which seems to have been there for ever. See the height to the front door? Is it built on a hill or is that an illusion? The house is opposite the drive of our lunching place (the one by the lake) so we have a good view as we drive out. I have never seen the occupants but I often wonder if they spend their time looking at the canooists or watching birds on the water.
Just to fill an empty space here are some jokey things I found on line.
My favourites are the first and last.
Well, I can't stay here all day, I have a meeting to go to. Townswomen's Guild, where I can relax and let someone else do all the work. Marvellous!