Friday, October 26, 2012

Spreading Color

Taken October 10, 2012.

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  1. Crossing fingers that Hurricane Sandy goes away from the East coast, Maria.

    Sorry for adding complexity, Jen. I do like your idea for Jim's idea. Maybe you'll write it after NaNoMo.

    It was gorgeous here yesterday, Larry. If your weather was similar, I don't how you could resist working outside.

    Somehow it doesn't surprise me in the least, Janet, that Danni is very independent. ;)

    Good thing, candis, since we're heading into that time of year when there's lots of dark (and brown and gray). :(

  2. Aww, thanks Janet. I promise to always include at least one item such as bone-in apatosaurus steaks to keep things interesting. ;) I was thinking about your kiddo and I bet that her experience at college goes similarly to mine in the sense that, within a semester or two, she'll find/create a group of young women with whom she can buddy up and run around campus/town and they'll all look out for each other and cover backs and someone will always have an extra tampon/condom/nut-punch for a jackass, you know?

    Andi, imo it's generally better to have more ideas than one can possibly write out than to have too few...and I occasionally prefer things to be needlessly overcomplicated anyway, heh. (I have settled on writing out the story I was outlining; some of the tertiary characters are starting to come into focus.)

    Brian Norcross (who was the only meteorologist who knew wtf was going on during Hurricane Andrew) has a newish blog and he is tracking Sandy. It sounds like history says the storm will curve out to sea but every computer model they have says it's going to hit land in particularly bad conditions. Get your batteries, weather radios, canned goods, bottled water, and go-bags ready just in case, east coasters.

  3. This beautiful photo is missing the four-legged leaf critters ... ;-)

  4. Hi, all. Charging everything in sight in case Sandy doesn't go out to sea. But I hope she does. Don't really need a massive storm hit here.

  5. Janet - women bringing up empowered women. That's you :)

    I certainly hope that Sandy gets lost at sea. Keeping my fingers crossed for all of you who might end up in the path.

    Love the colors in that pic Andi.

    I am so happy it is the weekend.