The skies were glorious the morning I photographed Raritan Avenue traffic.
Elsewhere in the Blogosphere
- The photo of Raritan Avenue traffic is one of three local business images featured on When Small Business Owners Should Ignore Social Media.
- I’ve been following Phyllis’s blog about her son, Sam, who has acute myeloid leukemia. Refuah Shlayma – healing wishes and prayers to you, Sam.
- Jewaicious wrote about Nora Ephron‘s books and movies: “but no matter the genre, they always speak of women, independence, perseverance and realizing potential.”
- I probably won’t try this until fall, but Fun with Egg Roll Wrappers: How to Make Edible Salad Bowls, Flatbread Crackers and Garnishes by Laura seems like a fun project to do with my daughter. And maybe my middle son who loves crackers.
11 thoughts on “Review with Raritan Avenue Traffic”
The review is such a great idea…Thank you for your comment of support. My Mom now reads my blog so I can’t say anything about her, but life has had its challenges for me….
I’m impressed that your mother is reading your blog. I have been having parental challenges as well.
I hope never to be a problem for my daughter..and I am sorry that Mom is reading the blog as I have to censor myself…but I guess it is a way of connecting and we need that…Michelle
Shavua tov! As a sign of how long it’s been since we made aliyah, my first reaction to your beautiful traffic shot was that you probably took the picture a few months ago. After all, here in Israel, cars driving with their lights on during the daytime and cloudy skies are only seen in the winter! But then I noticed that the picture is from June… 🙂
I think we get beautiful skies in New Jersey when hurricanes are threats in the far south of the U.S.
This post made me a little nostalgic for the time when I managed to post my own review once a week. I am glad there is still yours to read though.
Life has its ebbs and flows – maybe at some point you will post more than you are now.
Ah, so that is the picture you took that day I saw you on the avenue. It really was a lovely day.
Thanks for the link!
Real life meets cyberspace. I was thinking of writing, and “right before I took the shot, I was talking to another blogger about how I was taking the shot for a blog post…”
I enjoy seeing you in real life, Laura!
Thank you for the link.
You had a productive blogging week!
I don’t think I aimed to be productive – I use blogging when I am having difficulties in other areas of my life so to feel good I put up blog posts.