Day 27 – In His Own Mind

Day 27 of my June ‘Accentuate the Positive’ Challenge. I couldn’t get through this month without devoting one day to Dan. He is my husband, my best friend, and a definite positive in my life!

I hope you enjoy these photos from Dan’s phone. I think nothing says so much about a person as the pictures they carry with them.

Bonzai trees at Devonshire University of Alberta gardens outside of Edmonton.
That day Genie got her ladybug tattoo to match Grandpa’s – the one he got for his ‘ladybug‘ Genie.
Shooting wildlife the nice way๐Ÿ’ž
Dan’s late Aunt Helen and his Aunt Ethel. Amazing, strong women. Aunt Helen raised three deaf sons and two daughters. She was predeceased by her husband, two sons, one daughter, and a son-in-law. She lived on smart, capable, and independent until she was ninety-five. Aunt Ethel is one of those women I aspire to be. She is always peaceful, happy and so very kind. Two very special ladies!
Garden produce last summer. That Silent Sam was pure hot. The carrots were just very affectionate.
Garage spider ‘Fred’ (he lived there forever)
Five hundred year old Mystic Oak at Souris, MB.
The old and the new Souris Swinging Bridge. One of those times when new is definitely much better.
Hopefully he was going through a car wash but since he always hand washes our vehicles I am thinking he was driving to work through this. ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿ™„

I hope you enjoyed Dan’s photos. It was pretty difficult to narrow his gallery down to these few but I think these ones do say a lot about him.

Twenty seven days down and only three more days to go! I (kind of) can’t believe I have made it this far.

Wishing all a delightful Sunday and I hope to see you tomorrow. ๐Ÿ’ž

13 thoughts on “Day 27 – In His Own Mind

  1. No way! We both have LGs that are a couple of years old. My boss had iPhones and none of us could ever figure those things out. We generally get LGs or Samsungs and hold onto the as long as we can. By the time we have them half figured out, our provider is hounding us to come in for a free upgrade. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

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  2. Ahhh those ‘free’ upgrades! You know there are hidden hooks in those to keep you hooked… iPhones are easy to use once you figure them out as you would with any device. I’ve used iPhones, iPad and Macs for years now. More costly, but they are so dependable. The NacBook I’m using for my blog is a 2017 model that still runs flawlessly.

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  3. All true I am sure but we stay with SaskTel because they are our telecommunications (cell phone, telephone, internet ) Crown corporation and their services, pricing, and infrastructure are so far superior to anyone else’s in Saskatchewan. We could get iPhones from them but we prefer to keep it simple. We don’t use our cell phones that much and we never use our Samsung tablet

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