Thursday, April 24, 2014

Quiet Time




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  1. Is the sign " No Parking", " No stopping"?, " No Bikes", and hopefully, not for a minute did I think it might say "NO DOGS"!. Lovely view. Cheers, Jean.

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    1. It indicates 'no parking' Jean......in the summer this beach is packed and parking spots are difficult to come by once the parking lot is full.
      Hope this Friday finds you both 'out and about'.

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  2. How great to have and appreciate some quiet time! I have been getting an abundance of that with my recent illness, but sure will be back in the loop very soon. hOpe that all is well with you!

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    1. All is well here Jeanne, thanks for asking and so sorry to hear of your recent hospital stay. You are home now which is good! And treating yourself to all that positive 'self care' you talk about on your post. Have a great day Jeanne.

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  3. Makes me think of that Gordon Lightfoot song "Lonesome Highway."

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    1. That is a perfect description Debra for this on the particular day I shot this. It was foggy and quiet, no cars in sight or earshot.

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    1. Miss Kathy from the Ozarks!! How are you?! Good to see you on this fine morning. I must go see what you have been up to! And then realize I ought to get up off my lazy butt!! lol Have a great day.

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  5. I wonder if you are a frustrated painter, my friend? You really are creating paintings here. And thank you so much for your comment today, that meant a lot to me. You know, when I first started working at UCLA, I took a test to determine the kind of work I was best suited for: College professor was number one and computer programmer number two. for the latter, and I took the test around 1973. Computers were big then, very big.

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    1. I always wanted to take a course in painting/drawing, Inger. The closest I came to taking classes was back in the 70's when I was a model in 'life-drawing' classes. I was fascinated by what people were producing.
      1973 was when computers were gigantic, filling very large rooms, if not buildings!!
      Yes, you would be a great teacher!

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