Written on the World

 

Four of the photos above were taken in Los Agaves Mexican Restaurant in Sheridan, Wyoming.  I agree with the sentiments of the child whose drawing adorned the entrance hall of the restaurant!  The old mill pictured has become a hotel.  The only photo not of Sheridan is the Conoco/Subway sign which, although ubiquitous, just seemed to have a special old-fashioned aura to me.  Perhaps it is the prairie backdrop or the faded paint.  It was taken in South Dakota near where I grew up.

Here are some addition “written word” photos that I’ve published rather recently on my blog but couldn’t leave them out of this prompt!!!

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and be consoled by signs assuring you you are still on the correct path.

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https://wheresmybackpack.com/2016/08/12/travel-theme-writing/

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My blog, which started out to be about overcoming grief, quickly grew into a blog about celebrating life. I post daily: poems, photographs, essays or stories. I've lived in countries all around the globe but have finally come to rest in Mexico, where I've lived since 2001. My books may be found on Amazon in Kindle and print format, my art in local Ajijic galleries. Hope to see you at my blog.

5 thoughts on “Written on the World

  1. hirundine608

    Judy, So, when you go visiting to WY. You go to Mexican restaurants? I like that hot sauce on the right in picture. One of the best ubiquitous brands. Corona or Bud? I do not care for. We are blessed with many small breweries here on Vancouver Island. I use them. Subway? Hahaha Cheers Jamie

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Yes, I must admit I like TexMex as well as “real” Mexican food. The only drawback in this restaurant is that they make you wear a silly sombrero on your birthday and of the 60 bottles or so of salsa, there was not one of the Lake Chapala brands. Must remedy this when I go back. I’m not very fond of Bud either–or any beer unless it is in a Shandy. How girlie-girl of me.

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      1. hirundine608

        Hehehe … both my son and myself make our own fermented hot sauces. I also enjoy finding and growing different peppers. As well B.C. is a “hotbed” [pun intended] of small makers in various foods. I’m a vegetarian and find restaurants a difficult place to navigate, unless it’s sushi. Shandy? Now there’s a drink I had almost forgotten. Girly? Maybe, but in England even guys order it in pubs. I haven’t had one, in a long while, because I stay away from pop. Cheers Jamie.

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