Sunday, November 22, 2009

Shadows of the New Moon

So it's Sunday and and you know what that means...SSS. I haven't posted one single thing all week so thank you, Hey Harriet, for a little inspiration and motivation. I love the way the light filters through this shade early in the morning.

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So this week's been pretty busy. Stood in line for three hours waiting to see the midnight showing of "New Moon" with my daughters, cousin, sister-in-laws and a gaggle of nieces...is gaggle a word? A good time was had by all, although the next day, the older women in the group were pretty tired. I think I'm still catching up on my sleep.

A whole lot of estrogen in the air that night, for sure. And probably more women my age than teenage girls...hmmm.

I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving week. I've been a little under the weather for a couple of weeks now and I think I'm in much need of rest.

And TURKEY...lots and lots of TURKEY.

6 comments:

Eye of the Beholder said...

I like your photo. I am hoping to get to the movie this week with a friend, my 15 year old daughter declined my invite.

Sweet Repose said...

So peaceful and warm...I took a moment to read your profile...sounds a bit like myself in those words!

Have a wonderfully inspirational week!

sharon

Diahn said...

Great shadow - looks very inviting.

And I think that's known as a "giggle" of girls...

Lisa said...

I love your SSS pics! You are always uncovering more talent. Great shot from the NM showing. I am tired still, but it was worth it :)

Melinda said...

Thanks everyone...I love your comments. Eye of the Beholder, hang on, they come back. And Sweet Repose, I love your pink house! There's a house 5 blocks from me that's pinkish that I covet...

Jazzbumpa said...

Ah, yes - a giggle of girls. I like that, since I have seven granddaughters. But if you Google gaggle (don't giggle) you'll find that is is a skein* on the ground.

Oh - like your shady shadow shot, too.

Cheers!
JzB

* Just learned that word (in this context) yesterday.