Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Sands of Time by PIP and ME


A clock is always ticked at the passing of time.
If you were Eating a clock, that would take ages because it is time consuming.
And if a clock is hungry, it can always go back four seconds.



Driving home alone from the eye doctor, I pressed the brake pedal to slow my car enough to miss the squirrel that raced across in front of me.
I said out loud...
Run Forrest Squirrel Run...

And realized my mind may be wired differently than most.
I mean who talks to squirrels and post  clock puns?
MADSnapper...

UPDATE: I am adding Ginny's comment here to preserve it and because I love what she saw here when she read the post.
You actually DO keep time in a bottle! I love each of these. The first one is so warm and golden. The second is the opposite...cold and icy. And he third one is pretty in pink! I love the big clock behind the little clock. It makes me think that the little one is for minutes, but the big one is for ages passing that we can never retrieve. Each picture seems to tell me a different story! The warmth of our time of youth, the coldness of old age, and the pinkness of little children and babies. I could just go on and on and on.....


I am still finding new things in PIP.. these were edited with Paint in Pip Camera App.


20 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

You actually DO keep time in a bottle! I love each of these. The first one is so warm and golden. The second is the opposite...cold and icy. And he third one is pretty in pink! I love the big clock behind the little clock. It makes me think that the little one is for minutes, but the big one is for ages passing that we can never retrieve. Each picture seems to tell me a different story! The warmth of our time of youth, the coldness of old age, and the pinkness of little children and babies. I could just go on and on and on.....

jandi said...

Yes, you are one of a kind!

Jo said...

I love the way you're showing us PIP. Last week I LOL'd at myself. Eddie was hurtling down the servitude towards me and I said: Run Forrest Eddie, run!

Mildred said...

I love these photos. I had to laugh at your squirrel story. Our street has tons of squirrels and I am constantly having to brake for them. John gets tickled because I talk to them, "watch out squirrel boy!!!"

Ann said...

I'm glad I took the time to read this post. Very cool. I talk to all kinds of critters that run out in front of me when I'm driving. I'll spot deer standing on the side of the road and I'll say out loud "Don't you do it, you stay right where you are"

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Sandra! I enjoyed the cute puns. It is great you can save time in a bottle. I stop for all the critters in the road. Great edits! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

From the Kitchen said...

I never know what's real here and I love the mystery!!

Best,
Bonnie

Madi and Mom said...

Ummmm I'm thinking of morphing into a clock because of this, "if a clock is hungry, it can always go back four seconds.
Your mind is fine as it is don't change it
Hugs Cecilia

Mevely317 said...

"Run Forrest squirrel, run!" .....
LOL-ing, on account I brake for little creatures all the time, too.

Partial to olden clocks, I'm loving these graphics!

SweetMarie said...

pretty! the first photo is my favorite, but they are all Awesome!! I feel like I can almost touch the first one..so cool. did you make up the clock joke? so funny!
I talk to all critters. :) you're probably not surprised. haha I also lay on the horn in hopes they will learn from it. the other night hubby and I were on our way home and we were in a neighborhood on the outskirts of town and two mama deer and two babies approached the side of the road. I could feel my heart start pounding! I leaned over and laid on the horn before hubby did and he was driving. they backed up and started to turn away. when birds fly low in front of our suv I ask them why are you doing this?!

Linda said...

Mad Snapper is who thinks like this and we love you for it!!!

Kim@stuffcould.... said...

Your one of a kind with words! Funny sayings, but clock pics are so pretty. The first one is my favorite

Rose said...

Oh, I just thought...with this app you could save Time In A Bottle! Remember the song by Jim Croce?

Karen said...

I loved the clock photo, It is a very timely post!

Lois said...

They are all wonderful. I think the first one is my favorite.

Dory and the Mama said...

Oh yes...editing PIP in Photoshop is going to go on the long list of things I need to try!!

Check out the picture I did of Dory tomorrow morning. Pic Monkey Textures...sigh

I need 48 more hours in a day...do you think if you made that hourglass twice as big we could stretch out time??

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Fun Fotos! I talk to the animals and I also talk to crazy drivers, too. :)

pattisjarrett said...

The wiring on your mind is just fine--at least that's normal for me! LOL Now you're really scared, huh? I love your punny puns--and the clocks.

Cranberry Morning said...

Good grief, those photos are amazing!!! I love them. And I thought that talking to squirrels was normal. It is for me anyway.

Denise inVA said...

I love these photos. Very artistic. I love clocks, ticking, chiming, beautiful things. I have my grandparents to thank for that. I loved their old wall clock, I loved it ticking and chiming too :)