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Dwight Blood
Salt Lake City and St. George UT
retired 81 year old college economics professor with a wife, five kids, nineteen grandkids, eighteen great grandkids (and counting)
Interests: writing, photography, books, computers, family, dieting, cooking, blogging, recipes
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Double click on these photos, then sit back and marvel at the beautiful clouds and mountains and then forget your worries. Please. Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
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If I had an hour to photoshop it, I would eliminate the bug on the lower left part of this picture thathad the misfortunate calamaty of entering its terminal point in mortality by inconsiderately splattering on our windshield. So just... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
When the first yellow leaf shows itself, we are both saddened and pleased--saddened because we are not certain we are ready for summer to be over, and pleased because we love autumn, the change of colors, and the changes in... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
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Mt. Timpanogos. Now I know where the purple came from in the poignant song "Deep Purple." Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
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Caleb. I know, I posted this photo the other day, but I wanted to show both brothers in the same post. Caleb and his wife Michelle are living in LA where he is working as a film music composer, I... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
Have you every noticed how many of the negative events and characteristics of our lives are words that begin with the letter "D"? Just consider: Depression. Despair. Discouragement. Disaster. Disillusionmant. Difficulty. Darkness. Doubt. Disgust. Damage. Death. Disappointment. Danger. Now consider... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
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The Draper UT LDS Temple against a backdrop of hills and granite peaks The yellow aspen patches on the high reaches of Lone Peak have largely vanished by October 19 Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
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Lone Peak is a huge mountain that is visible for many miles in all directions. But I get a straight shot at it outside my back window so I tend to think that Lone Peak is my mountain, that I... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor
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I thought I was doing a nice thing to get my wife another beautiful jigsaw puzzle. However, this one turned out to have countless pieces of the same colors and shapes. But my wife, as usual, threatens to give up... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at The Curmudgeonly Professor