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Which Way Challenge – March 21st



This Which Way challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.

There won’t ever a topic to this challenge.  All you need have is the “way” visible and the main focus of your photo.  Here is a list of acceptable “ways”:

  • Roads:  gravel, asphalt, cobbled, dirt, freeway, expressway, highway, bridges
  • Indoor walkways:  hallways, aisles, people movers
  • Outdoor walks:  sidewalks, paths, trails
  • Stairs, elevators, escalators, or steps:  indoors, outdoors
  • Railway tracks, monorails, ski lifts
  • Runways and tarmacs
  • Ferry’s, canals and locks
  • Parking lots, private driveways
  • Tunnels
  • Signs of any kind:  directional, informational, store signs, wind vanes
  • Maps that are posted as signs

Sonofabeach is the new host for this challenge, please take a minute to visit him 🙂


Here’s my take on it this week;



Home, sweet home!

After a whole week away from home, I am finally on my couch, in my favorite pjs. I am absolutely drained. Physically, mentally and emotionally.

I have spent so many hours at the hospital that it only seems fair that my Which Way Challenge picture would be related to the medical field. I have seen more than my share of these yellow trucks the past seven days, and they brought back many souvenirs of my days as a medical emergency dispatcher.

But for now, it is time to rest a bit. After keeping an eye on Dad in the neurology department, the ICU and then his room in the cardiology department, I am back home.

Just hoping the bad news are definately behind us.

A huge, heartfelt ”Thank you” to all of you for the support all along this stressful roller coaster!





12 thoughts on “Which Way Challenge – March 21st

      1. He is now doing a whole lot better! It was a close call, since he didn’t respond well to anticoagulants (which was a good thing since it prevented dangerous bleeding during the surgery). Had he chosen to wait to have the surgery in 6 weeks, the chances that his carotid would have totally blocked or that a new clot would have provoked a second stroke would have been really high.

        He is working really hard on recovering the use of his left hand and partly paralized mouth. Things are looking good now! I am really proud of him, and really grateful for the wave of good thoughts that helped us through this roller coaster week 🙂

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      1. Things seem to be under control for the moment, so I am giving the pjs and couch a second try tonight 😛 Hoping I am not jinxing Dad 😉


      2. Dad is still at the hospital. He is waiting for a thorough cardiac exam that should be performed tomorrow (wednesday). Mom says that after the frustration of the cancelled discharge, he is in a much better mood now. That’s a great relief, and we’re just waiting to see what doctors have to say tomorrow… *Fingers crossed*


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