FOWC with Fandango: Foolish

On my way home I saw a sparrow. Now that would be a good photo, I thought, but the sparrow flew further until it settled on the railway, a little further However silly me decided to take the photo and here it is. Can you it see it on the photo? I do many foolish things with my camera, and blog sites, but it keeps me happy. I was seriously thinking about leaving Facebook this week. I made a stupid mistake and published a photo of my bedroom. After studying for 5-10 minutes I discovered how to delete it. In the meanwhile I got 5-6 likes from various Facebook colleagues which I really could not use. So forget the silly Facebook – who needs it? Mr. Swiss is now 84 years and would be glad to cancel his Facebook site, but easier said than done. It is almost impossible for him to do it. He would need a computer and he no longer has one. I have tried, but he would have to do it. I am still searching for a solution, but it is practiaally impossible.

It seems today most of us are on the quest for recognition. Now and again I post my photos there. I get some nice comments and I have really made good friends there, but Facebook has its dark side as well. I keep my postings to a minimum. Do I really need it? Not really, but I do it all the same. Here on WordPress life is a little more under control and I can write and take photos with no problem. We humans seem to need something to do on our computers. And now my little sparrow has become famous, some hundreds of people can see him perched on the railway. He probably flew away when the next train came thundering through.

FOWC with Fandango: Foolish

RDP Monday: Nettle

I actually had a photo of a stinging nettle. It is not something I actually collect, but they grow in all the places where not wanted. I have often been attacked by a nettle, but it seems they also have their use. I remember when I was a mother feeding my babies with my own diary. I had to have enough milk and so I began to make milk-building tea. I examined the contents and discovered that it also contained stinging nettles, probably the dry leaves and perhaps seeds. I did not notice any problem and my kids got their milk rations.
RDP Monday: Nettle