Friday, March 19, 2010

On a Streak

Taken March 9, 2010.

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  1. ::tiptoeing lightly across the VGW, determined not to sink into the void::

    What a wild pic, andi. Very surreal. Maybe I need new contacts...

    What a crazy basketball day - I guess the best thing about my bracket exploding yesterday is that I avoid the disappointment of watching it explode later...great games, though!

    Creeping crud seems to be creeping away, finally. Another day at home and I should be ready to face the world again.

    Hope everyone has fun plans for the weekend! We're supposed to finally reach normal temperatures, woo hoo! It's been a long winter.

    TGIF, y'all. Waving at those who follow.

  2. Sorry Beth. With the snow all gone, I'm not as mindful about the VGW. Glad you're feeling better though -- I'm sure it was all that great basketball (I loved the Murray State-Vanderbilt game).

    And speaking of basketball: Go Butler!

  3. Powerful Pic, Andi. Feels ominous.

    Hubby just left to go camping with the Scouts. So will only be the critters and daughter and me this weekend. Not a bad thing.

    Museum exhibit was interesting. Modern American work, mostly the early 1900's to 50s. Some Surrealism which I really like. Many what I would call industrial subjects since many of the artists were living in NYC. Brooklyn Bridge, Cityscapes. A couple of OKeefe's and an Andrew Wyeth. Edward Hooper, Stuart Davis, Arthur Dove, John Marin, Charles Birchfield. Interesting and Soul nurturing.

    Beth, glad you are feeling better. Sad--UT lost in overtime.

    A coldfront is supposed to hit tomorrow and take us down to around freezing at night. So will lay a fire. Ready for all that to go away.

    Fabulous Friday to All.

  4. Morning, gang! Love the light streaks, Andi - shining through the dark of the trees, giving hope. (Lisa, LOL that we see this so opposite!).

    I did the whole passing out at 8:30 thing and slept for nigh onto 12 hours. I heartily dislike this pattern of no sleep/too much sleep. Arrgh. Perhaps tonight I can actually go back to a regular night?

    Beth, glad you're feeling better!

    I'm hoping to get a lot of packing finished today. Tackling the main closet so I can stack boxes in there. Friend coming over noonish to pick up a table I borrowed from her years ago...and never used. Go figure.

    Weather is GORGEOUS! Sunny, low 70s all weekend. I wish I could open my windows to enjoy the air, but sadly, since I overlook the highway, all I'd get is dirty air. Looking forward to the new place, where the windows are awesome and I can actually take advantage of the weather!

    Happy Friday, all!

  5. Shiny.

    In headless chicken mode getting things done before going off to the lake and the hot tub around noon.

    Hope everybody has a great weekend.

  6. Hot tub...sigh. Wanna trade a pool, Kelly?

    Have a wonderful weekend!!

  7. Got so excited about the hot tub I posted twice...wonder if I can heat my pool up to 104 degrees? :-)

  8. Andi, you could probably host the next installment of Avatar in your woods.

    I want one of those hot tub time machines. ;-)

    Good to hear that you are better, Beth.

    Good day to all!

  9. Sounds like a museum I would greatly enjoy, Lisa. Especially the O'Keefe and the Hopper.

    I'm with you, Maria. I didn't find the scene ominous, though I don't know I would go so far as hopeful. But I loved how the light could make a very familiar spot suddenly look completely different.

    Headless chicken in a hot tub -- sounds very, very messy, Kelly.

    Well there would be an advantage, b2, if I did -- it's already completely 3D. :D

  10. Waves to all. Maria, I think that insomnia bug is spreading. Slept for 4 hours then up for 4 hours or more. Ugh.

    Did errands and it is beautiful out. Getting ready for due South group tomorrow. Wish you were coming, Maria.

  11. A headless chicken in a hot tub is fairly common around here. We just add vegetables and herbs and throw in some noodles for the last 10-20 minutes. Soup's on!

    If I had a time machine, I'd fast-forward to retirement.

    Power-sliding into the weekend, hoping my brain gaskets hold out until we cross the finish line… hey, there's a fresh pic of Mason (with Daughter Dearest) up on TFM…

  12. Oh so sorry Dina. I hope you're able to get some sleep tonight and can enjoy your group tomorrow.

    You and me (and Jim) on that fast forward to retirement (two more years). Mason looks pretty happy to be playing with DD.