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I have to admit, I really had to scramble to capture a couple of images for this post. A couple of ideas that I had didn't work out and I had to come up with a Plan B at the last minute. So, here we go.
Scramble With Friends is the electronic version of Boggle. You have to find as many words, "Hidden" in the letters as possible, within a two minute time limit. Since it is an IPhone/IPad Ap, you can play the game with virtually anyone on planet earth. I'm not very good at it, but I do enjoy playing this game. I'm much better at Words With Friends.
This is what most people would consider a "Plain" cup of coffee. I prefer cream in mine. The cup is vintage Frankoma pottery. Frankoma was founded by John Frank in Norman, Oklahoma 1933. John Frank had been a professor in ceramics at the University of Oklahoma at Norman from 1927 to 1936 and used light-hued local Ada clay in his initial products. He moved the company to Sapulpa in 1938, only to soon rebuild that factory after a fire later that year. The name Frankoma was created from Frank's last name and the last three letters of the state of Oklahoma. The facility is closed now and much of the pottery is considered collectable.
Apparently "Left" is not allowed at this intersection. Oh well, maybe later.
You are looking at the tail light of a 2013 Camaro ZL1. Under the hood of this little beast is a 6.2 liter, 580 hp, V-8. That's right, 580 horsepower. Fast, doesn't begin to describe this car, but if you're driving anything else, tail lights are all that you will see of this latest edition of the Chevy iconic brand.
We live in a world desperately in need of peace. Just like love, most people are looking for peace in all of the wrong places. True peace will not come to a family, a city, a state, or a country, until it comes to each person. Peace is not simply the absence of conflict. Peace is not found in wealth, or power, or religion. True individual peace can only be found through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Have a blessed Sunday afternoon.