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It snowed in my part of the world. And it hasn’t melted yet. Something our area isn’t used to seeing. Or driving in. Which means that schools have been shut down since last Friday. Yep. Lucky me to have nieces at home and suffering from cabin fever by day two. . .. And also lucky me for not having to stay home with them. 🙂
This pic comes courtesy of a drive to the office yesterday.
It was so pretty I had to stop a moment and just take it in. By the end of the week this will all be gone. . ..
So, writer-peeps, is there a scene your muse can spin together from this pic? Where’s the hero/heroine off to? Are they excited or ticked that they’ve got to go through snow to get there? Would any weather stop them?
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This was taken in San Francisco several years ago, back when Hubby and I would get in the car and head off for parts unknown on little more than a whim. Yep, those were the days before the nieces waltzed into our lives. And I mean “waltz” in much the same way a typhoon blitzes my home island of Guam. 🙂
I learned that these are all dudes, and this was where they hung out when not eating or chasing dudette sea lions. (Oh, the temptation to include some disparaging comparison! 🙂 )
Do these dudes know how to live or what?
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Yeah, there’s probably not such a thing, but I figured I failed miserably at Wordless Wednesday – couldn’t seem to NOT type anything. Some of you might not be surprised. But I digress. . ..
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I decided to start a day early because, really, I was born on Guam and the island’s on the other side of the date line where it truly IS Thanksgiving, and friends and family there are eating pie while I have this perfectly lovely one sitting in the fridge all lonely, so in my ever-generous nature I decided I should help them celebrate. Good of me, huh? 🙂 (Right about now English teachers throughout the world are giving me “the look” – my mom included!)
So this morning I raise my fork to all of you and give thanks for the many blessings heaped upon my life. And may you, too, take this special time of year to reflect on all that is good in your world.