All Eyes On… – CFFC– JusJoJan

We had a busy weekend, but I think I have enough time to find some pictures for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. She’s moved on from colors and onto body parts.

This week our topic is Eyes. They can be attached to a human or animal or ??. Your photo can use the word eye as in blacked eyed susans. Mostly just have fun.

Since we are still in January, I am also taking care of Linda G. Hill’s Just Jot January. Today’s prompt is “Endurance” and has been given to us by Destiny at destinysdesignz. I’m going to take the easy way out and hope that JusJoJan doesn’t continue beyond your endurance as a reader.


If you like speculative fiction with suspense, action and a bit of family sarcasm, you will enjoy these books:

Knuckleheads
The Evil You Choose
When Evil Chooses You

Series page on Amazon

My profile page (and books) on Lulu

49 comments

  1. Happiness is… a memory of London’s EYE, which we saw for the first time when we visited in 2004, and, naturally, the bunny rabbit(s) and the kitties (the ‘stink eye’ one is a cutie-pie!). So many things to lift my mood. I thank you.

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    • Thanks Judy. I was surprised at the modern selection of safety glasses. For years, mine were stainless steel bulky frames. When I saw choices that included wrap-around lenses and a comfortable soft rubber ri around the frames, I was in heaven.

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  2. The eye’s have it! The last shot of MiMi shows her eyes open but she’s clearly still asleep!

    Black-Eyed Sally’s and Pig’s Eye Pub are worth a visit based just on their names. Lol!

    The London Eye is quite the eye catcher, but the rainbow is what first caught my eye.

    Do I even have to tell you my favorite? Seeing Maddie made me smile and tear up. This sweet girl captured all of our hearts.

    Ginger

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    • Hi Ginger. I knew that if I included Maddie, she would steal the show. She used those eyes to get what she wanted, but mostly what she wanted was to just be with us. On a walk, on a couch, on her cot, she didn’t care, as long as we were with her.

      The rest convey emotions that run the spectrum from “get out of here” to “oooh, did you come to feed me?”

      The London eye and the eyebrow windows are favorites of mine. Black-Eyed Sally’s is a nice little restaurant. Good food, and live music on occasion.

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  3. When I came to The Reader a little while ago, this was all different. I couldn’t figure it out. I wonder what happened. I’m glad to see it looking normal now. What expressive eye pictures! I especially love the Pig’s Eye Pub — what a great name!

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    • WordPress never ceases to amaze me. I think they must have a random error creation program running. I’ve been to Black -Eyed Sally’s , but I haven’t been to the Pig’s Eye Pub. I might have to give that a try.

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    • I’m so glad you got the email, Lois. Maybe WordPress is telling me something about posting so many days in a row. I am going to skip tomorrow. I’ll take care of both JusJoJan prompts on Wednesday. So, don’t worry when you don’t see an email.

      I knew Maddie would steal the show, she always did.

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  4. I love the rainbow near the London Eye, and got a chuckle out of your Steeler beanie. I’ve wore He-Man’s a couple times last week shoveling snow. The team colored ear protection muffs are cool!

    OT- I finished your last book in the series and OMG! I hated to put it down. I laughed, bit my nails, gasped, got mad at a certain character A LOT, and cried. Loved it!! Hoping Slocum, Zach and team meet up in another book one day. Bravo, Dan!!

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    • I was very lucky to have a chance to catch that rainbow. Working and walking with that hat, here in Patriots Country often gets a few odd looks.

      I’m so glad to hear that you enjoyed “when Evil Chooses You.” Thank you so much for those kind words!

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  5. The perfect post to start my morning…which started quite early (before 6 am) but Eye just read the post and didn’t have time to comment. In J. A. Jance’s J. P. Beaumont series, his boss is Harry I. Ball. Can’t beat that! 😁. Happy Monday.

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  6. Dan, I had never seen the phrase “eyebrow window” before, but what a great way to acknowledge that feature on a home. I have always liked “odd” windows, and now will consider myself a card-carrying member of the Eyebrow Window Fan Club. The side shields on those safety glasses make perfect sense towards blocking out the wind. Sounds/looks like a great idea.

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    • Thanks Bruce. I’m sorry I missed this comment. The best thing about those glasses is the shields are molded in. The previous ones I had used side shields that clipped on and were instantly lost. Welcome to the club on those windows.

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