Let's talk about the pleasures and puzzles of the smaller mystery--mystery novels and other fiction--and the bigger one--life.
That is your photo, isn't it, Andi?
Yep, it's mine.Beth, glad you made it to Casper safely.And I've made it to the days when the leaves being gone bring forth new sights and the Seeing Things Monday Picture Post --Crazy Quilts? [LINK]Butterflies? [LINK]Diamonds? [LINK]Morning all.
Andi the Artist. Wonderful Work!!Weed has a negative rep.Sentinel StalkScoutWatchMorning All.Beth--Glad you found clear skies. Enjoy visiting before your next leg.Off to fulfill jury duty.Marvelous Monday to all.
Morning, all! Waking up slowly today. ::yawns::Andi - you truly are an artist! I've saved most of your posted photos to a folder to use as desktop backgrounds. :)I've got a busy week ahead, mostly with production launches and client holiday events. Is it Friday yet?Happy December!
Just swinging by on my way to Peru, Nebraska. Hope everyone has a great Monday! I'll check in later if I can.
Snow! Picture soon.
And here's the snow pic. Just a dusting, but FM you're free to come get it. There's an inch or two in the mountains.
Morning all,Snowing here as I go out the door to the post office. A big pot of tea is in my future when I get back and then I really really need to get cracking on SpellCrash. Marvelous Monday to all.
Love this picture! Something about the fog always gets me.Hi and happy December to all.
Andi, the geometry of the weed photo is truly artistry. I love it rightsideup and upsidedown.Your three news ones are gorgeous. Looks as if you're experimenting some? Maria, we declare it Friday NOW.Beth, see you soon, I hope.Oh, far, nice photo! We had that look yesterday.Hey, Kelly and Dina! Happy tea drinking and cookie eating, respectively.
ACK! I keep expecting to see a hand reaching up from it's watery grave... ((((Andi)))) I think it's all those Hammer Horror movies I watched as a child. which is on my christmas list this year. The sets. We made the rumkin cheesecake the Friday after turkey day and it is fantastic!! Nancy, Andi I sent you the photo/email/recipe of it. :) Been hell week at work. Tired all the time. We raised a buttload of money for Meals on Wheels and broke records in sales.
Oh and none of that Black Friday store stuff for me - we didn't even open up early at my store. But there were people camped out across the street at the malls. Crazy.
Thanks to all for all the compliments on the various pictures. Lisa, I hope the case is interesting and provides all sorts of story ideas ... and good stuff to tell us.Maria, I'm glad I can keep your wallpaper is good shape ... and without any of that endless scraping.We had snow too, Farf and Kelly -- probably a bit more than Farf and whole lot less than Kelly.Beth, do they say Pea-ru like they do in Peru, Indiana? Janet, don't worry about the lake ... the only thing that might grab you there is a turtle. ;)Nancy, the second photo was sort of a forced experiment -- I really liked those seed pods but the sky was really blah; I was about to give up when I realized that the way to shoot them was blow out the sky.Hi Dina.Whew, got everybody.
Like Janet - I pictured the hand coming out of the lake.Hi everyone - too many to list. Hope everyone had a great day.
Belated Happy Thanksgiving wishes to all. I was out of town and sans computer over the weekend. Glad to read everyone had a wonderful time. I came home with an achy back. I guess it's due to being too old to sleep on soft mattresses? Or too much driving? Hopefully, it will work itself out in the next few days.Great pix, Andif. Blew out the sky? Blue out the sky? Is the iced grass pic of small ice flowers? Love them all.Beth, sending safe journey wishes your way. Lisa, enjoy this new experience. Snow in GA, Farf? We don't have any here. It all melted over the weekend, except for the snow mountains piled high at the malls. I'm sure that will change in the next few days.Greetings to everyone.
I am home after a tortuous day.They skipped over me so no week of several counts of aggravated S. assault on a child case.A blessing for me and a hard case for those picked. I've never been on a panel of 75 and they even picked an alternate in addition to the 12 jurors, so will be a sticky case me thinks.Sitting on wooden benches all day and intense boredom while waiting and waiting--I don't do that well at all. Not anything like tv or the movies. But interesting people that's for sure. And that doesn't include the defendant.A good evening to all.
Hey all,I'm in the process of switching over from writer to cat furniture for the day.
Ah, there's everyone!We had snow pretty much all day, although in typical Planet Georgia fashion it didn't stick. But I'm constantly grateful for the fireplace insert this time of year.Gonna try to do a little writing tonight. Olga has been pinging me for a while with something built around Before you recycle the can, you have to deal with the ghosts. The "can" in question is a failed orbital colony. I think I need to at least get half of it down before I'll get unblocked on FAR Future. Fortunately, #62 is up, and #63-#73 are in the can, so I can start working on it next year if I have to…
Oooh, that's a really nice photo!Still hunting the wild mouse here at casa boran. Hopefully he'll turn up soon.It was in the 50s here today. Woohoo!
I'm so glad to know people who see a beautiful photo and immediately think of a hand coming up out of it! Truly. I am. Hee.Janet, thanks for the recipe!I'll send you my magic chiropractor, bono.Good luck with Olga, Far. Kelly, well, the good news is you'll never have to be reupholtered.
boran2, lol, I've been reading "mouse" as "moose."
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