“Are you really a witch?” Amanda asked. “Depends what you mean by really,” I replied. “I can make you feel better without potions, even though red wine is recommended.”
This (real) conversation with today’s
Friendly Friday host Amanda at Something to Ponder About happened yesterday after I asked her about today’s theme just as she was pondering whether to give me a hint.
She sent me her photo of the sky with lines created by the sun on the rise and told me the theme:
between the lines. Just glorious, I thought, all these nuances and meanings! Unsurprisingly, my compilation came up by itself with my minimum interference.
“I like the idea of a witch with red wine healing potions,” Amanda said in closing.
“Or sparkling wine in nice bottles,” I added. You know, for the light fixture.
Have a look. Clicking on a photo will display it in the gallery in full. For the next Friendly Friday challenge I will gather your links right here on my blog again!
Amore is building me the new world where everything happens between the lines. This slogan goes for a partnership as well: “TEAM UP. FIGHT ON.” If you think about it, everything happens between the lines anyway. These snails know it. A recent photo. Can you feel the heat? Out from between the lines in Rome. He is trapped between the lines too. In Sovana. Photographers! The lines are necessary. Ask the birds. In May trees get hacked in Ljubljana. Only the lines remain. Here the lifelines make everything happen. A book to read between and beyond the lines. The subject is mourning. Sometimes lines get written over. First it said “Resist.” (Click!) Sometimes the trick is to draw outside the lines. In Rome. Sometimes there is a rose between the lines. A hotel door in Civitavecchia. United colours and lines of Bežigrad, my part of Ljubljana. Also there. The northern lines to bring you to Austria. To my present train station Capalbio: A tulip got trapped by these lines. Sometimes it’s better to act out of line. Italian soldiers in a Ljubljana cemetery. Human life happens between the lines too. A skeleton spotted in a Roman shopping window. Also in Rome: they know about the red wine… We need to eat between the lines too. Cassata siciliana. Or like this. Sadly shot in a shop and not tasted. Sometimes the lines are lying. 😀 Spotted in Rome. Except if they meant Austria. Here there are: champagnes, line up and light up! (Father’s design.)
Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by Amanda from Something to Ponder About