Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Country Road w/a Side of Irritation

(Above from iPhoto)

(This one's from Flickr - must figure out how to make this way work
without all the damned cropping that happens! Much better quality
photo, but I just can't seem to size the photos correctly.)

I've misplaced my camera, and along with it, my mind plus all usual thought processes. Pretty sure my camera's at work (Hope hope hope!). Pretty sure my mind is not. If you see it, would you send it on back home? Really beginning to miss it!


Photo is from earlier this summer. Some of the best times I've had in a long time were found at the end of that road. Of course, this was when we were leaving to return home (sigh).


expecting to be back to my old self soon!


  1. Hope you find your camera. And your mind.

  2. Oh my goodness, hope you find your camera but I have to tell you I love these photos...would love to take a walk down that road!!! Some roads are more inviting then others, this is definitely one of them...have a great day!

  3. What a lovely picture!

    I hope you find your camera soon! I know how lost I"d be without mine!!!

  4. Sigh. Annie, I am going to get you a little backpack to put all your stuff in...but you'll probably lose that, too. Sigh.

  5. Maybe some of those mitten clips kids use .... ahhh the last few feet before Sea Shanty,indeed some of the best times this summer ..

  6. I know that road . . . it leads to a little piece of heaven.

  7. when you copy the code from flickr - pick the medium size instead of the large.

    beautiful road

  8. Right now I would gladly trade my camera for my brain...or any brain for that matter. Just so long as it's a functioning one.

    I don't know how many more days I can spend, realizing at some point, that my panties are on inside out, and the glasses I've been looking for? Sitting on my head.

    Something tells me though, that until I return to Mathews, my brain will continue to be AWOL.

  9. I think you left your brain at the SEa Shanty. It called me up yesterday and asked that you come back in November to pick it up. Something about an oyster festival....

  10. I think our old selves are lost forever and we just have to keep going with the new. Love the road.

  11. Wow. I'd love to drive or walk down that. It's beautiful.

    Hey - if you find your mind - can you look around and see if mine is hanging with it?


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