Chronic Grace

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8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday 2-13-19

  1. Very different. I especially like the last one Xxx

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    1. I definitely went out of my comfort zone with these! And thank you—the last one is my favorite too. It’s the Stone Arch Bridge over the Mississippi River:)


  2. masonjarsandlightningbugs says:

    The bridge is so pretty—is it for pedestrians only or does it carry traffic?

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    1. It’s an old railroad bridge across the Mississippi from the days when Minneapolis was the milling center of the country. It’s been restored and is now reserved for pedestrians and bicyclists. 🙂

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  3. aahome says:

    So very creative and different for you, dear Barbara! I love them all but especially the third one! Hugs, Anita


    1. The third one is my favorite too, Anita. And yes, I definitely jumped out of my comfort zone for these! Glad you like them 🙂 Hugs to you too 💕💕


  4. They are all beautiful. So glad you stretched your comfort zone for these. The result is worth the effort.

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    1. Thanks so much, Kathy 😘💕


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