Day 3114: We all have questions.

We all have questions, especially during this time of changing rules and mixed messages about the pandemic.

Do you have questions about any of my images for today?

Do you have questions about my choice of music for today?

We all have questions and feel free to ask questions (or give answers) in the comments section, below.

There’s no question that I’m grateful for all who read my blog, including YOU!

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18 thoughts on “Day 3114: We all have questions.

  1. this is how I learn. it’s all about the questions and finding the answer. or not. I still learn something in the processs

    p.s. I noticed somebody fixed the ‘us’ and changed it to ‘use’ in the poem. well done. no questions asked.

  2. Is it true that there are more questions than answers?

  3. Does the back of the shirt read, ‘It’s you,’ Ann?

  4. Let the bunnies boogie!

  5. Twitter is like a constantly unpredictable weather pattern.

  6. puella33

    I have a trivial question: You always take beautiful pictures of the seaside. Why are there no people or boats in the water? Is it private property? …just for conversation….

    • No questions are trivial! I often don’t include people in my photos without permission, just to be respectful. Also, where I walk often gives opportunities to take photos without people. And I thought there often were boats in my photos, but I guess that reflects the fact that there are lots of vistas without board around here. Thanks for asking !

  7. I hope you never stop with the questions and I won’t either. Sometimes I sing “Starman” to our dog Sabik who’s named after star and I wonder if he knows or cares that I can’t carry a tune.

  8. Believe it or not, I like to think of myself as deaf dumb and blind, so that maybe I’d get answers without having to ask many questions, but even then, I end up asking questions also.

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