Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Orange You Glad It's Fall


Taken September 22, 2012.

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4 comments:

  1. I've never noticed any relationship with how trees change color and winter, Jen. The color is early here because of the drought.

    Larry, I think Bebo would need a personality transplant to achieve Zen.

    That's so funny about the kid and the magazine, Janet. I hadn't thought about it but maybe Bebo is doing yoga Sutras when she's being the Queen of Sprawl. ::)

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  2. Back home. Turns out traveling & being around a lot of people is really, really bad for me. Had a massive fibro flare on Saturday morning, enough so to cut my trip short. Ended up changing my flight so I could get home a day early and have spent the last 2 days hibernating in the quiet.

    Miming today, and feeling tons better.

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  3. Lovely picture, I like the perspective. The perspective on the Queen of Sprawl image is also interesting. :)

    Jim, I know what you mean, and we definitely need a good season's worth of cold and snow here too, I just don't want it to get all Alaska, lol. I've done those winters and imo they're only worth doing if the Alaska range is right up the road. Back when I was a kid, I climbed this one all the way to the Flattop!

    Janet, the magazine-page-swiping toddler is hilarious. "This one is broken, Mommy!" I am switching to my new phone today, so I will finally be learning to page-swipe. Which is good because it would probably be pretty embarrassing to be stuck at the ATM and have to lean over to the backseat of the Prius in the next lane to ask someone in a Spongebob tshirt if she can help a sister out.

    Maria, my autoimmune thinger reacts the same way to travel and energy-sucking throngs of people so I can sympathize. I'm glad you're feeling better with the peace and rest.

    I've never tried it before, but I'm thinking about doing NaNoWriMo this year. Anyone else? Larry, have you ever done it?

    Hope you all have a great day, whatever you get up to.

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  4. Jen, I'd love to try NaNo, but I wouldn't get left alone long enough to succeed. Now if I can learn to dictate stories out of my head, I could "write" during my commute time.

    Janet, that was pretty funny! Mason is familiar with paper books, so I haven't seen him try to "operate" a magazine that way. But he's well-versed in how to use an iDevice.

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