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Some bad habits develop on their own; others are sponsored by your employer. My bad habit belongs in that latter variety.
And that’s only part of the daily spread. I’d like to see you keep your grubby fingers out of there, day in, day out.
Go see Russ, Conni, Renee, Smack, Chris, and Pat.
Next week: RUN. Be quick, people.
Meet Bob. Forty years ago Bob moved his dairy farm from Maine to North Carolina. Do you know what it takes to move a dairy farm? He enlisted the help of everyone he knew and they formed a giant caravan of cow carriers. Bob’s fleet transported several hundred dairy cows across the George Washington Bridge. Think about that.
Before meeting Bob on Sunday, he was a stranger. After conversation and a few photos, he is an acquaintance. Going forward, I hope to have him as a friend.
The next theme? Prepare yourself for…RAPTURE. (I’m already excited by the many possibilities….)
I kept an eye out for all things prickish. Didn’t see much. Then, leaving the office yesterday, I was pricked by this sight (left) as I swung the backdoor shut and closed the iron gate over top of it. Beautiful sun and sky. It pricked me. A few hours later, leaving my house, I saw the deep pink sunset retreating over the trees across the street. Pricked again. I dashed back inside to find the camera.
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Next week shall be……STRANGER!
For the fun of it.
At the request insistence of Smack, the next theme is PRICK. Do with it what ye may.
I’m not sure if this is looking forward or looking back. Either way, we’re moving. And that makes me feel better.
Next week’s theme? Order. Due 1/7/09.
If ever there were an easy topic for me. Hold on, let me finish this drink before continuing. Ahhh, better. I needed something to calm my nerves after the six car accident I was just in. I’m not kidding. Wait until the next post. You’ll see.
I’m not sure if this photo falls under lust or pride. And now I give you, free of charge, sin:
Next week’s theme, courtesy of Chris at Small Format, shall be negative space.