Saturday, January 23, 2016

Random Pics Downtown

Coffee shop with tables on the sidewalk
 "it bothers me that there are things' I don't know"...
  quote from  Plum Island (John Corey book 1) by Nelson DeMille.

 I have a curiosity bump a mile high. the above quote is why my blog is eclectic and you never know what will pop up here. I will see something or hear a word, and I must find out about it, I must know what or when or why..

The cure for boredom is curiosity, there is no cure for curiosity. Dorothy Parker.
 
Curiosity, the reason I use Google Search every day of my life, is it bothers me there are things I don't know.

Farmers Market
In the same book, I found another quote that is ME ME ME..... 
" I love other peoples cooking"

I love the baker of Oreo Cookies, I love the bakers in a bakery, I love home cooking as long as it is not in my home by ME..

building on main street, I love the tree and shadows

Candles in a Menorah downtown

16 comments:

Madi and Mom said...

Ohhhh what a great post! I loved Plum Island! Curiosity is the spice of life!
Hugs
Madi and mom

carolann said...

Great post! Oh I love the word Curiosity my Mom used to say. It is the spice of life.

Oh Sandra. My blog is partly back to norm. Since you noticed so much defect. Have a look.

Enjoy your day Sandra. Your a Dear.

Hugs

EG CameraGirl said...

Curiosity is a very good thing! You will never be bored, frustrated maybe, but not bored. ;))

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, I use google a lot too. I love the quotes and other people's cooking. I do enjoy cooking myself sometimes.
Have a happy weekend!

Gail said...

I can relate to your quotes.

Love the plant headed statue...got me thinking...on no!!!

Kathy said...

I love to cook but I definitely would like to know more about the headdress in the farmers market pic.

Ruth Hiebert said...

I agree,I love home cooking but would prefer to have it at someone else's house.The shadow show is intriguing.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Enjoyed the photos and I love your curiosity! I use Google search all the time too. I love it!

Rose said...

I was always one for looking up stuff...I sure loved the quotes.

Your blog keeps us thinking...I like how you switch from subject to subject.

Inger said...

It's always so much fun to come here and visit. Part of it is that you never know what you will be served.

Linda said...

I have a curious streak, too!
Also, I don't like to cook! Doesn't mean I don't do it - but I don't really LIKE it! Last week my step son - who's is a foodie! - asked what I loved to cook best of all. You should have seen his face when I told him I don't even LIKE a cooking much less LOVE it!!

photowannabe said...

I love that you are made of curiosity. It makes an enjoyable trip to your blogsite.
I am curious but sometimes I forget what I'm looking into before I get the answer.. I think it's called Senioritis....

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

The one thing about having a curious mind, Sandra, is that you are surely never bored and that's a great thing! I know what you mean about Google searches as one thing leads to another and another...

Betty Manousos said...

curiosity killed the cat LOL!
i'm a curious person too...
curiosity will move you beyond the mundane and excited about what future holds for you.
great post!

TexWisGirl said...

a cool mix of shots. :)

SweetMarie said...

the first one and the shadows on the building are my favorite!!!