It’s Sunday night and I’m watching Birdsong on Masterpiece Theater. It’s a beautiful production. I took several hundred photos beginning on Thursday but they are all for events held at our school. I just finished processing the first set of them and it’s late and I’m tired . . .
These are images I took this weekend using my camera phone with an app called Little Photo, which was recommended by a person who left a comment here. I checked my apps before I downloaded it and saw that I already had it. And then I remembered that my friend, Alisa, had told me I should get it. How I had forgotten it all this time is beyond me, but it’s par for the course where I’m concerned.
Sitting and reading in the side yard on Saturday afternoon. I thought it was going to rain and was surprised at what a nice day it turned out to be.
I hope the lawn service comes this week.
He sits with me.
He’s my faithful companion.
Coming up the driveway Saturday morning.
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I sat a the dinner table last night with my son. We had finished eating and my husband had already left the table. We were just sitting and looking at the view outside the breakfast nook window. All the cardinals come at dinnertime and we watched as some of the males took seeds to their lady friends. I turned to my son and mentioned again how lucky we were to live here and retold the story of how we had come to acquire the position of caretakers for this old manor house on the hill.
I told him that I couldn’t believe how everything came together and how I was in the right place at exactly the right moment and I said again how luck played such a big part in it. And my son said, “and magic”.
Every time I come up this driveway, I believe in magic.
George loves to go for rides in the car when I run errands (as do most dogs, come to think of it). When I open the back hatch, it cheers me to see his furry face.
It’s been raining all day which is a wonderful thing, although this image is a little freaky -looking.
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And now, because inquiring minds want to know, I have some questions for you ~ on a Monday rather than a Friday.
1. How many states have you lived in? How many countries?
2. When was your first kiss? And who!
3. How do you react to people begging at intersections?
4. Are you still friends with anyone from grade school? How about high school?
5. If money was not a problem, what is the one thing you would splurge on?
See you in the comments, my friends . . .