Wednesday’s “What is it?” and Freshly Pegged

Welcome to a special installment of Wednesday’s “What is it?”

Why is this Wednesday’s challenge special? Because I’m Freshly Pegged today.

What is Freshly Pegged? Freshly Pegged is a feature of Peg-o-Leg’s Ramblings. Because Peg knows there are many “Freshly Pressed” worthy posts sadly ignored, she decided to take matters into her own hands. She asked her blogging buddies to send her their best, overlooked posts, and today she is sharing my best, overlooked post. Read more

Wednesday’s “What is it?”

Here we are again, Kids. Welcome to another installment of Wednesday’s “What is it?”

I hope I didn’t lose any players with the tough challenge from last week. For the record, the photo I shared last week was a paper roll/cutter. Rest assured, I think the mystery photo is a little more obvious this week. This week, the real challenge is getting your comment/guess in first. Read more

Wednesday’s “What is it?”

Welcome to the week when I ratchet up my “What is it?” challenge level to HARD. Of course, I tend to think every challenge is hard, and you’ve all proven me wrong. So, I’ll lower the challenge to Medium Hard.

To start the month off on a happy note, I am offering prizes to the first two folks who identify the mystery photo correctly. The prizes will consist of me helping you in some way, shape, or form via telecommunication. I am sure we’ll be able to think of something I can do for you whether it be proofing/editing something, helping with a fundraiser (by making a donation), or updating and organizing your “Things to Do” calendar. If we are unable to think of something, I’ll be happy to make a donation to a charity of your choice. Read more

Wednesday’s What is It?

It is time again for another installment of Wednesday’s “What is It?”.  Inspired by fellow blogger, Leonore, I challenge you to guess what my picture is today. Though I hope to stump you with each photo I post on Wednesdays, I fear this is another easy one.

Create your own photo challenge, and join me on Wednesdays.  Tag your post with ‘mystery photo’, and use the hash-tag #mysteryphoto on Twitter. Read more