Our time and space travelling project is continuing to capture real-moments globally, allowing us to see and read about events we can’t currently be there for. And until they invent that teleportation device, we shall live vicariously through the N-N-1 phenomenon.
For those unfamiliar with the concept, go to the N-N-1 collaboration archive to get up to speed on all the cool posts you’ve missed.
Here’s what our global ambassadors have been up to this August.
A Splash Of My Life
“This lil teefer deserves a warm bed and warmer cuddles. After a long, exhausting day at the Ensenada shelter, these pictures give me the determination to do all I can. I hope that they will be out, surrounded by love and care. Soon.” – Princess Butter
The View From A Drawbridge
“I’m beginning to think that the only way to beat the heat in this new global climate change reality of ours is to head north. So I decided to spend the first days of August in Vancouver, Canada, one of my favorite cities. This visit happened to coincide with the Celebration of Light in Vancouver. Each year, they have three countries compete in an international fireworks competition on 3 different nights. This year it was India, Canada and Croatia. We were there for Canada, and it was the most gorgeous display I’ve ever seen. It’s a wonderful way to take your mind off the temperature, but I tell you what, I wouldn’t want to be a dog in Vancouver at this time of year.” – Barb Abelhauser
“Our good friends Mary and George treated us to a weekend getaway in LaPorte, Indiana. Our wedding anniversaries are just a few months apart, and we were celebrating our mutual years together.
On Saturday, while the others were enjoying the inn’s swimming pool, I drove a few miles to my hometown of Rolling Prairie to see what changes had occurred since my last visit. There were quite a few. While there I drove past the first house that I remember living in. I took this picture.” – Norm Houseman
This Labyrinth I Roam
“Being the sort of person who has drifted from country to country for all her life, I never imagined I would get the opportunity to have family beyond those I shared DNA with. Then I met my partner. And then I met his family. I never realised how deeply I had fallen in love with all them – their quirks included. This weekend I got to spend time with them in their small village in the countryside of England and we got to soak up the sun, try some local craft beer, and just spend time basking in each other’s company. And now that I’ve felt these feelings, I can’t imagine going my whole life without having it. Isn’t that weird?” – AL
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Once again, a nice variety of experiences. I have to admit that Princess Butter’s photo didn’t give me warm, cuddly feelings. But I applaud her compassion.
But what do you mean? He’s so gorgeous! ❤
Reblogged this on Classical Gasbag and commented:
Here is another installment of N-N-1, hosted by my fellow instigator, Anju. Great Job!
Thanks for including me once again! I do enjoy these projects! Just shared it on my blog: https://theviewfromadrawbridge.com/2019/08/11/n-n-1-the-august-edition/
Miss Anju, Thank you for inviting me to participate. I am sorry to have missed your deadline. I still haven’t finished the poem I have been writing to accompany the picture that I took. I didn’t want to deny anyone who follows my blog from seeing the N-N-1 you published, so I copied and pasted it into a post of my own. I did that because I was unable to reblog from my laptop. I hope others aren’t having that same problem.