No, you haven't arrived at the wrong site. It's still me, Country Girl. Today I was visiting New York City, where my eldest son resides. We drove there to take him home after a visit to see our new place. This is the view from the roof of his apartment, located in the Financial District, about 2 blocks from Ground Zero. If you look really closely, even click on the picture, you'll see scaffolding along the skyline at the far left at the bottom corner of this picture. The blue is the river and by the scaffolding, well that's where the World Trade Centers used to stand.
As I write this, it's late at night and although my other son and I arrived home hours ago, I've only just begun looking through my pictures from our visit today.
And, of course, I had to finish the final chapters in the Harry Potter series I've been reading. I'm done now, and I think I'll be able to get on with my life. Unfortunately, I'm out of disk space on the laptop and may have to go out tomorrow and get an external hard drive to store my massive photo files. I'm getting tired of transferring files to disks. Kacey, got any suggestions on photo storage?
So I'm just posting this one photo for tonight. I don't even have enough disk space to work in Photoshop, so this is it. I also have a pic posted on the Picture A Day blog, but don't get depressed about it. I wasn't! On our tour of my son's neighborhood, we ended up at Trinity Church which has one of the oldest graveyards in the city. I found myself completely drawn to it, couldn't leave actually, and had such a feeling of utter contentment that I can't even describe it. I think everyone was waiting for me just to move on and continue our tour, but I was mesmerized by the place. Annie, out of everyone, I think you'll understand.
Hopefully a new hard drive will help this low disk-space situation. Luckily, I have off from work tomorrow. It's my last Monday off until the new school year begins.
Until tomorrow, my friends.