It’s a brand new month, and that means we have a brand new “image of the day” theme! Can you guess what it is from our first November photo?
I’ll give you a hint: the theme is NOT “autumn.” I wouldn’t make it that easy.
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This will be the last “Image of the Day” for October’s theme: industrial. (Learn more about our October theme here). I love this image because it reminds me that even when I may feel stuck, I am still always going up.
Our Image of the Day theme is industrial. Did you guess? This month’s motif comes from a personal issue my husband and I dealt with this October: a water leak with our pipes.
We spent two weeks waterless and fighting with our terrible insurance company: Security First. I wouldn’t recommend this home insurance company to anyone for any reason. On a positive note, we had a wonderful experience working with The Leak Doctor and Emerald Plumbing to restore the water in our home.
Our image of the day is fitting, as my husband and I just found out this week we have a pipe leak that could, worst case scenario, find us replumbing our entire house. Yeah. The new house. The one we purchased less than 2 months ago.
Words to describe the present situation: expensive… frustrating… limited to no water… shady insurance company trying everything they possibly can to avoid paying a dime even though our policy says in black-and-white that this type of issue is covered… and, also, taking a long, long time to resolve.
Have you guessed October’s “Image of the Day” theme yet?
Nothing reminds me of home more than side-of-the-road boiled peanut vendors. There are so many produce stands on the drive back to my hometown that I don’t know how any of them stay in business. Hot boiled peanuts are my favorite treat, but other yum yums include tomatoes, peaches, and canned goods such as jellies and marmalades. You can tell a really good Panhandle Produce Stand by its old, old sign and lack of grass on the dirt parking lot.
With one more week in September, we’re rounding out our image theme this month of home. What images evoke feelings of nostalgia for your hometown? Southern food, water (specifically springs, rivers, and lakes), and peanut fields always make me begin reminiscing about my childhood.