Daisy in the Barn / Observations of the Past Week

Daisy in the Barn

Because it is another snowy day outside, here is another snowy picture. Although this one was taken during one of our previous snows.

I haven’t been out in the snow with my camera this time around. After a while, it all starts to look the same. Still nice looking, but it looks like all the pictures that I already have.

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Photo location: Our house, Williston, Tennessee

A three-exposure (-2, 0, +2) HDR tonemapped in Photomatix, edited in GIMP

Observations of the Past Week (1/30-2/5)

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Observations of the Past Week from Twitter and Facebook. Whatever that means.

Monday afternoons are always fun and super exciting! Monday paid me to say that, by the way. (Now accepting offers from other days of the week.)

If you used to be lax in doing something and now you aren’t, does that make you ex-lax? (Ah, the mysteries of life.)

Rain, rain - you can stay. Thanks for not being snow today. (The meter is just a bit off, but the rhyme is nice.)

There’s just something about rain. I can’t quite put my finger on it. Oh yeah, it’s wet. (But it’s not snow.)

There were donuts on the breakroom table at lunch. They smelled delicious. I resisted. Willpower. (Must. Be. Strong.)

Feeling sorry for those with lots of snow. I let my car run extra long today just to help out with Global Warming. You can thank me later. (I think next time I’ll leave the TV on all night, too.)

I didn’t see my shadow this morning, either. I guess that means three more months of no Hawaiian shirts. (Oh Hawaiian shirts, how I miss thee.)

Happy Thursday morning! Or afternoon! Or whatever time it happens to be where you are! I think that I included everyone. (Or whatever day it happens to be now.)

I did something exciting! But not today. (I’m sure you needed to know that.)

Jaylin said that because he and I are different colors, some of his friends think that I am his grandpa. What? (That developed into a whole blog post.)

I just realized that some of my best friends are people. (And that’s a good thing. I think.)

Friday seems to come this time each week. And just in time, too. (Of course, if it came sooner, it wouldn’t be all bad.)

We went to a movie last night, and we had a whole theater to ourselves. Cool! (Like having our own home theater. Except that we still had to pay through the nose.)

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