Saturday, March 27, 2010

The String Theory of Entanglements


Taken March 13, 2010.

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16 comments:

  1. Love the texture. And the valiant green poking through.

    Waves as off to work on story.

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  2. Yep, love the green peeking through! Is it dead grasses, andi?

    Yesterday was hot and humid - eek! It can't be back already. Hopefully it was an aberration, and we'll still have a few weeks of warm and dry before the humidity descends.

    Farmers' market today, then a Taste of Punta Gorda - hoping to sample the wares of local restaurants I haven't tried yet. And more basketball. Maybe an hour in the sun.

    And work - I've signed up to caption old TV shows, so am trying to get up to speed on that. Nice to work from home, but I don't think I'll ever get rich. We'll see.

    Off to do something, even if it's wrong. Relaxing Saturday, y'all!

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  3. Unfortunately, Beth and Lisa, that's last year's green but there some new green has started sprouting up. And the mosses are such bright green I think they'd glow in the dark.

    Amidst all the food distractions, I know you won't forget a Go Butler now and again, Beth. :)

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  4. Morning, gangtastic!

    Andi, those twisty leaves look like my sheets this a.m. - spent the night sleeping but tossing & turning. Woke up entangled. Weird, weird dreams!

    Today, the couch gets delivered. I have no freaking clue where it's going to fit until I move, but I guess it will have to.

    Beth, Enjoy the food tasty!!

    Lisa, I'm sending you writing vibes, in hopes of recapturing a few for myself for my short story.

    Happy weekend!!

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  5. Happy Saturday!

    Nice quiet day here. Love the picture - feels like a picture of my brain today.

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  6. Entanglement. Shavings. Nest. I like. I think it's giving rise to a bit of inspiration. I'm going to steal it and take it home with me. Bye. Thanks.

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  7. Also--Andy, what is that stuff?

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  8. Hey Maria, maybe you can work those dreams into your short story. :)

    Dina, we think alike -- I emailed that picture to some right after I finished my taxes, saying that it was a real time image of my brain.

    Howdy Nancy. Steal away. They're some kind of sedge but I have no idea what kind. I need to adopt a botanist.

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  9. Andi, you should be scared - very scared if you think like me :)

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  10. Go Butler, andi! I'm rooting for the right team, this time. :-)

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  11. Doesn't scare me at all, Dina.

    Thanks Beth. Go Butler!

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  12. WOO HOO ANDI!!!!!!

    GO BUTLER!!!!!!

    (Sorry non-sports fans. andi's team did really, really good!)

    :-))

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  13. What Beth said!!!

    Neighborhood team does good. :)

    And thanks Beth. I'm sure your rooting was what got us through those last really tense minutes.

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  14. I was worried there for a while, andi - they were coming back strong. But yay that Butler held them off! Final Four next weekend - yippee!!

    We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming....

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  15. ... well not quite. Yay West Virginia for knocking Kentucky out.

    ... now we're back.

    And so to bed.

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  16. Very, very cool photo. The color is lovely to have lasted so well through the winter. Love it.

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