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.


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 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.


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!


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.


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