Sunday, August 29, 2010
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
There are a couple of hundred dealers that set up along the streets, in yards and parking lots for the week before the actual show. For many years, I have shopped 'town' and skipped the big show. It's just easier for me to go during the week.
Sunday, August 22, 2010
~ The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain. ~
**It's been raining like cats and dogs here since last night. I'm certain we're over 3 inches by now. Today just started strange. Between last night hearing thunder hours before the rain started...waking up this morning to a PC that wouldn't boot up to watching sheets of rain all afternoon....I've just about had enough. ;-) I finally got my PC started, somehow...all the stuff I knew to do...didn't seem to work at first. Not quite sure how all ended up ending well, but the stars must have lined up for me cause it works and hopefully, I'll be able to do a couple of posts this week. **
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Sunday, August 15, 2010
Like a watercolor in the rain.
Chris Stevens on rain, relationships and changes from the TV show "Northern Exposure"
Saturday, August 14, 2010
So...this is how my mind works...this song by Mungo Jerry pops into my mind this morning...I've been singing it to myself for most of the afternoon...then, from there...I remember that the anniversary of Woodstock is coming up soon...so...I think I have to share this memory of this fun summer song...and...maybe...I'll stop singing it to myself....ya think? NOT likely!
Anyway...enjoy the song and the memories that it evokes...and don't forget to think about Woodstock...it was 8/15-8/18/1969...
Sunday, August 8, 2010
Sunday, August 1, 2010
As I begin down a new path,
each step taken gingerly,
being careful not to stumble,
I remember the road I had taken before.
A well worn footpath,
winding it’s way into my future,
only wide enough for one to travel,
lies behind me, as I travel forward.
Looking back, as I go,
I see the friends I’ve made,
experiences that shaped me,
leaving a mark of maturity on my life.
Using what you’ve learned,
makes it easier, more comfortable,
to move forward, take risks,
and move along the path to a new adventure.
I hope everyone enjoyed the weekend. I did, however, as usual....it was entirely TOO SHORT!