Day 2833: October Surprises

I guess it’s no surprise that people are talking and writing about October surprises, since it’s only the THIRD day of October and there have been so many surprises so far.

I don’t know about you, but I’m not sure my very unusual heart can take all these October surprises.

Do you see any surprises in today’s images ?

When I used a phone app to identify that weird rash, which I’ve had for all of October, I was surprised to find out that I have hives !

Actually, since hives are often caused by stress, that may be an October non-surprise.

What are your October surprises?

Surprise! Here‘s a reprise of a song from a recent blog post, performed live.

I won’t be surprised if you leave a surprising comment, below.

I hope it’s no surprise that I’m grateful to you, no matter what month it is.

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18 thoughts on “Day 2833: October Surprises

  1. You’re as busy as a bee, Ann, it’s no wonder you have hives.

  2. i loved the surprise of your pics, showing the moon dipping down to touch the earth. go to the light……)

  3. I’m surprised to be here but strangely not surprised to think I see you in a picture by William Blake.

    • I’m surprised that you’re surprised to be here, my loyal friend, and I hope it’s no surprise that I love that you’re here.

  4. puella33

    I love the surprise of the moonlight. I tried taking a picture of the moon last month with my cell, and it looked like a white dot- I think I’m doing something wrong but don’t know what. I’ve noticed that the Fall has a lot of allergens in the air- I get so itchy , Ann. for me it’s worse than the Spring. Be well, Ann

    • I love that you commented and I zoom in whenever I take a photo of the moon. Thanks for visiting this blog !

      • puella33

        I’m laughing at myself because, I don’t know which is the zoom icon. Thank you for letting me know how to do it

      • This is how it works on my iPhone: I tap on the screen and a bar appears with a dot on one end. I move that dot to zoom in.

  5. I’m surprised that so many of those portraits seem familiar!

  6. It’s surprising what they have these days.

  7. You’re always full of surprises, my ANNterprising friend and I read your interesting post with much ANNticipation. ₍₍ ( ๑॔˃̶◡ ˂̶๑॓)◞♡♡♡♡♡

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