Category Archives: Neighborhood Whimsy

Little Free Libraries

I live in a neighborhood that borders on the campus of the UNC-Greensboro. It’s a nice modest, suburban area with well-maintained homes, sidewalks, and interesting neighbors. My husband and I walk a mile or so each day, weather permitting, and … Continue reading

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Big Bird in the Park

After church this morning, the hub and I took a long walk through a nearby park.  It was very quiet with few people out so early on a Sunday morning, despite the beautiful weather.  We saw this guy fishing: The … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Whimsy: It’s Mine, I Tell You!

It’s amazing how many interesting and unusual things I encounter on my walks around the suburban neighborhood where I reside.  This particularly struck me as amusing.  An old, battered recliner, left at the curb for the trash pickers or the … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Whimsy: The Trading Stump

I occasionally like to feature odd and whimsical things I find on my walks around the neighborhood.  This, for instance: It’s The Trading Stump.  There’s a little sign that you can’t read that suggests visitors take something and replace it … Continue reading

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