Day 298. Grasp that for a moment. We are getting closer to the end of this year. Have you read the children’s book, “The Monster at the End of this Book”? It is a Golden Book, and lovable, furry, old Grover is the main character. Hands down, that book is my favorite childhood book.
In the book, Grover is focusing on the monster at the end of the book. He doesn’t want you to turn the pages, because turning pages will bring you closer to the end of the book, and there is a monster at the end of the book. “So please,” Grover pleads. “Stop turning pages!”
Sha’woo. I may have gotten carried away a bit, eh? My apologies. In any case, we are crossing over the midway point for the week, and we are growing ever closer to the end of the year.
8 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 298 Crossing the Bridge of Time”
I love that sign in your header! My age is showing, I didn’t grow up with Grover. 😦
Look at all those pretty pine cones!
Thank you, Patti. The sign is above my friend’s backdoor. I liked it, too. Sesame Street started the year I was born. Grover is my very special friend. 🙂
I love the cat’s attitude. He looks like such a toughie.
She is a toughie, Lisa. That is, she is a toughie in the sense that the kids can pick her up and carry her around like a sack of potatoes and she doesn’t mind one bit. She sticks around and welcomes the attention.
Darling shot with the cat coming at us. Yeah, what’s with another year racing by. I’m getting whiplash.
Seems the busier the year – the faster the time passes, Linda. I think the reason the kids seemingly grow so quickly is due to the fact that we rush around with school. Craziness.
Nicely done, Ms. D! I really like the low P.O.V!
Grover was my favorite when I was growing up (looking back I’m surprised it wasn’t Oscar).
Hahahaha! I liked Oscar, too. Mr. Snuffleuffagus was my 2nd favorite, next to Grover.
Thank you for the kind words regarding this picture. Cats don’t respond to commands the same way dogs do. I had to get way ahead of Tabitha and try to ready myself for her entry. I knew she would follow me, and I knew she would move quickly. I got lucky.