February 5, 2018

Street Scenes and a Heart

The Good: Sami in Australia has volunteered to host Monday Murals. My contribution today is this wavy mural on Bruce Street in Harrisonburg. 

The Random: Street Scenes and Storefronts for Mosaic Monday.

The Fun: Why wait until Valentine's Day? Let me share a little love with my friends!

On the flip side, I've acquired a cold. I'm concerned because the flu is going around, and it's a mean one! At least I have had a pneumonia shot so if I use common sense, I can probably avoid pneumonia.

If you are over 65, please ask your doctor about the pneumonia vaccines. There are two of them taken a year apart.

Meanwhile, I ordered some Elderberry Extract because people are saying how much it helps if you get a cold or the flu.


  1. I feel your pain - the last cold I had lasted a week and a half. Misery! Hope you feel better soon!

  2. ...that mural sure beats a blank wall.

  3. Thanks for taking part in the Murals meme Linda.
    Makes that bland wall look so much better!
    Hope you get better soon from your cold. Even though I work in a medical clinic I don't usually get colds but in our winter last year I managed to get a bad cold and cough that lasted for about 3 months! Awful!!

  4. Great mosaic of street photography, there is definitely an art to it.
    Sorry you're not feeling well, I had bronchitis before Christmas then had a flu shot last month, fingers crossed I'll be bug free from now on.
    Hope you get well soom, take care.

  5. Voltei!!!
    Um belo mural...bem diferente das pichações horríveis daqui.

    Uma boa alerta para a vacina da pneumonia, obrigada! bjs

  6. I like the heart ,tis the season to remind ourselves of love

  7. Colds are miserable things - hope you feel better soon. It's heart season - lots of love in the air.

  8. That is a pretty mural. I like the blue color!

  9. A lovely mural! I hope you're feeling better soon.

  10. oh no, i hope you feel better soon! i like that mural!

  11. I like the mural and the Valentine. I hope you are feeling better soon.


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