Saturday, March 5, 2011

Sun Paintings In My Kitchen part 2

Even the dog bone jar is prettier when bathed in sunlight. PLUS a few words of wisdom

Hard work pays off in the future. Laziness pays off now. .
Hard work never killed anyone, but why chance it?

Borrow money from pessimists- they don't expect it back

Ham and Eggs: A day's work for a chicken; A lifetime commitment for a pig.

Seen it all. Done it all. Can't remember most of it. and one request Lord, if I can't be skinny, please let all my friends be fat.


sam said...

Reall interesting photo and great words of wisdom! I especially like the pessimists line)

Snapper II said...

I like the shadows and reflections.
I'll remember the finincal advice.
From what I here you've been loosing weight.
You are to funny. LOL

DawnTreader said...

One does come to notice things with the camera, doesn't one...! Nice glass reflections.

From the Kitchen said...

I never thought of snapping away at the play of shadows and light. Another photo-op to look for.

Have a great weekend.


Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That last quote/prayer is mine as well.

Sunny said...

Very nice catch...good eye!
Ham and eggs...thanks for a a good laugh!
☼ Sunny

Ann said...

I love your words of wisdom. I had to hide the screen from Duke. I think he may have caught a whiff of those dog

Angela said...

Your dog bone jar is very pretty Sandra! I keep my dogs bones in a big plastic container that used to have pretzels or something like that in it from Sams! lol I keep it beside the kitchen door so I can give the girls their midnight snackies before I put them to bed. Some very thought provoking thoughts for the day!

Have a Wonderful Weekend!

Chatty Crone said...

Cute jokes.

Hey - why id it that sunshine makes pictures better?

Sunshine sure makes me feel better.


George said...

The dog bone jar is beautiful in the sunlight. I like all your quotes, but I think the last prayer is my favorite.

SquirrelQueen said...

Great words of wisdom, I really got a kick out of the last one.

Sun is the magic paint brush and you have used it well. I wonder if you could isolate just the reflection? It would make a fabulous shot.

photowannabe said...

Love, luv, looove that last quote. I guess that's got to be my "prayer" too. (:0)