Flapjack Friday Faves [06.06]

Happy Friday.  Today marks 70 years since D Day, which I suppose is worthy of mention. I recently had the opportunity to share with some folks the story behind the now famous Keep Calm andkeep calm Carry On poster.  It seems fitting to post on the day we look back to WWII.

Keep Calm and Carry On Story

I enjoy stories like this too….

Painting found to be Dali’s earliest surrealist work

My hope is someday to discover I have an original great work of art in my basement.  Probably not going to happen though…..

van gogh promSpeaking of art, here’s an inventive girl’s take on a prom dress:

High school senior hand paints prom dress

My kids and I do not have cable television, so we’ve become fans of the series, Veronica Mars.  We are about to complete Season 2.  Our hope is to watch the recently released movie before the summer is over.  In case you don’t know the story behind the film, read it here:

Veronica Mars movie

If you’re familiar with the show, you might/might not care to know I have a love/hate relationship with Logan.  His quick wit and sad rich boy veronica and loganstory draw me in, yet his bad kid antics make me wish Veronica would never have broken up with Leo, the sheriff’s deputy.  He is a solid guy…..  If you are not familiar with the show, disregard the previous sentence and accept my apologies for wasting your time….

I heard someone read the 23rd Psalm aloud this week.  Sure, most of us have heard it 1000 times, right?  Here’s a pretty version to look at, read, and ponder.  It kind of freshens up the words we’ve grown familiar with.

psalm 23

I will leave you with a wish for a great weekend.  Oh, and in the spirit of D Day, a good Churchill quote, as I kind of like him.

going through hell





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