Day 2934: Where things are

Am I alone in trying to figure out where things are?

Where are things in my most recent images?

Because of where things are in my country, I’m considering hiding under the car.

Where did I find “Where the Wild Things Are”?

Where do you think things are, here and now?

No matter where things are, I am grateful for you, exactly where you are.

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21 thoughts on “Day 2934: Where things are

  1. The Daily Bitch really made me laugh

  2. I think things are not in a good place now but I can’t tell you when they were.

  3. I am right where I should be at 7:25 a.m. Ann, reading your blog.

  4. Wow, the music for The Wild Things cartoon was done by, and narrated by, P. D. Q. Bach’s alter-ego (or is it the other way around? 😉 ).

    • Some things are where they need to be. I’m so glad that Peter Schickele is there and so glad that you are here, Trent!

  5. Up the creek without a paddle – but someone’s just fitting an outboard motor!

  6. I so get this ann, and as if I heard your question in your mind, my post today is called, ‘you are here.’

  7. I feel like someone left my map out in the rain.

  8. I wondered where Peter Schickele was in this post until I went and watched Where The Wild Things Are and was delighted to be reunited with it. Sometimes we lose things without realizing it and that makes finding it again so wonderful.

  9. Our reading lists appear to be aligned! I have been reading up a storm. I can’t say I don’t have the time!!

  10. I’m sure that people learn from Harley where things are!

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