Thursday, December 6, 2018

The Hurrier I Go, The Behinder I Get!


The best laid plans of mice and (wo)men often go awry. December is just a busy month, no getting around that. Also speaking of mice, we had one in the office yesterday. His day did not go as planned, I'm sure.

Here is where I am at the moment....
Optimistically, I will post a few more times this month, and also read and comment on all my fave blogs. Ideally, I will try to get this post done and catch up with everyone's blogs. Realistically, see y'all in 2019.

We had major snow this week and since I drive to work at sunrise and come home at sunset (depressing!) I at least caught some beautiful skies and snowy scenes.







I hope everyone is doing well and I will catch up with everyone soon! Happy Holidays!



24 comments:

  1. ...these images are drop dead gorgeous! Do you give lessons? If so, I'm in!

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    1. Thanks Tom!! The sun did all the work lol!

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  2. Stay sane through the "busidays" and have a nice Christmas.

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    1. Thanks Gorges, Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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    1. Thanks William....I don't think I have ever seen so many nice sunrises and sunsets day after day....or maybe I wasn't really looking before.

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  4. Happy Holidays, Jenn! That final photo is particularly spectacular! I like the one with the old truck too.

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    1. Thanks Debra! I love that old truck, he is an old friend who lives just down the highway from me.

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  5. You have a talent for finding beauty. And yeah, I'm in love with that old truck, too. Wishing you and yous a wonderful Christmas.

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  6. You've found some fantastic images there in that half-light which paints even everyday scenes with such beauty. I really like the first three pictures - oh, and the last of course. I used to hate the days when I travelled to and from work in the dark, it always felt as though the whole day had been stolen from you.

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    1. Hi John, exactly...like the day has been stolen.

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  7. Lots of beauty there that you captured along with the feeling of very cold weather. The skies are gorgeous. Enjoy the holiday season, the madness eventually will pass just like these months fly by.

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    1. Thanks Bill! After this week I will begin to enjoy the holidays!! I have a side business that keeps me busiest this time of year but will drop right off in January.

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  8. So pretty with all that snow.

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    1. Thanks Adam...want some? We have lots to spare lol!

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  9. You make winter look beautiful! ;-)

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    1. Thanks RedPat, I do prefer this to the brown-ness of after the leaves fall and before the first snow.

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  10. Jenn, it is so good to see you back. Great photos,as always! The skies are incredible.

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    1. Thanks Marie! Not sure if the sunrises are really great lately or if I was just never awake at the right time..hmmmm

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  11. Best laid plans never happen in my life lol...those are beautiful skies, but yeah, the cold kind of sucks doesn't it? Christmas tree is happening tomorrow!!! We're going out to harvest it then having a nice cozy day of decorating, egg nog (with various libations) and cheesecake...it's the start of our Christmas season!!! :)

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  12. Amazing landscapes, great photos.
    Happy Holidays.
    May 2019 will be full of joy, health and love, for you and you loved ones.
    Best wishes
    Maria de
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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