Day 3534: What’s going on?

Yesterday, as I was trying to figure out what’s going on in the world, I saw this at a local college:


Let’s see what’s going on in my other images for today.


In case you forgot the title of today’s post, here’s “What’s Going On” by Marvin Gaye.


What’s going on here, now, is gratitude for all of you.

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14 thoughts on “Day 3534: What’s going on?

  1. My dear wife Karen and I got our long weekend off to a fine start yesterday, Ann, spending quality time not only with cherished rescue mutt Ellie but also with daughter Elisabeth and fiance George Three. Happy we all were.

  2. “You have no reason to be here” – oh dear! That would send me scampering! I found the exchange with the MAGAista interesting. I live as an internal exile in MAGAlandia and, as a veteran who voted for Obama and Clinton, the pickup trucks with improperly displayed American flags, the Stars and Bars traitor flags, and the “Don’t Tread on Me” Gadsen flags driving around town are distressing. How can anyone with any moral depth support someone like Trump?

  3. Dreamer9177

    You can try to figure out what’s going on, I prefer when someone tells me something good

  4. what’s going on in my world? relaxing long weekend, doing things with people I enjoy and time alone to create and rest

  5. There was a Little Free Library up the street from us but I noticed yesterday it’s gone now. I don’t know what’s going on there but I’m glad there are at least two others nearby.

  6. What’s going on? I’m taking advantage of a heatwave to put my feet up, get caught up on some blogging and reading, and we have dinner being delivered tonight. I think it’s kind of a nice change in my activity as long as I don’t have to go outdoors. 🙂

  7. Joan is trying out all the places, and they all fit perfectly.

    I wonder why you were at a local college? I am intrigued.

    I can’t help but read the spines of all the books, at least the ones that have print big enough for me to read

    • Michael and I enjoy walking around that local college campus to see what’s going on after we eat at our favorite sushi restaurant. I always appreciate knowing what’s going on with you, Maureen.

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