a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Sunshine On Water

Gotta love it in February.
Reminds you all is right with your world
unless
there's a zombie apocalypse,
an unfriendly world invasion of alien life forms,
a catastrophic natural event that plunges the world into an ice age 
or a nuclear winter 
Or you computer dies.

Kinda puts things in perspective, doesn't it?

28 comments:

Blogoratti said...

Puts things in perspective indeed, lovely thoughts and photos.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Sun shining on anything makes me happy. It is pretty on the water though. Cute pup, waiting patiently for the photographer! Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

Saucy Kodz said...

True, True n true. ha,ha Nice sunshine.....we have been having the same. Still no snow and 3rd of Feb.....so weird. Wearing t shirts etc????? Good luck with M appt and hi to all.

Buttons Thoughts said...

SURE DOES :):) Thanks for that:):) Hug B

Country Gal said...

That it does ! Lovely photos ! Thanks for sharing , have a good day !

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

HAHA! I love how your post became more and more entertaining as it went along :)

Susan said...

Thank you for rescuing us from overly good thoughts... :) Hard to believe it's February, isn't it?

Sketching with Dogs said...

Beautiful pictures!
When the ZA hits, we English will be the first to be eaten - what are we supposed to do, hit them over the head with a saucepan? Haha:)
Lynne x

Karen S. said...

It sure does. I had a lovely conversation with a tech-support for our land line yesterday, and after I carefully followed all her instructions we have internet again! So yeah, with a bit of work, anything is possible!

Inger said...

So lovely and so true. And I do say "so" way too much when I write.

Sandra said...

or Donald Trump wins president.... love the pond pic

Lynn Hasty said...

Love the sun on water!!
xo
Lynn

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

I think if I could live closer to the natural world, I could be happy with that. People here tend to want to ruin that. *sigh*

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'd rather avoid all of those things.

24 Paws of Love said...

Very well said. Although we can't remember what the sun looks like around here. We'll have to take your word for it that it still exist! lol

Arkansas Patti said...

So nice we have none of the above facing us and can just enjoy the peace of still waters.

Lynne said...

Kinda does!

Sandy said...

Yes it sure does!

Jacquelineand.... said...

Forget being wary of the ides of March... February is all sucky, all the time and feels 3 x as long as any other month. At least Walking Dead will be back soon. (Not soon enough!)

Lee said...

All of the above and beyond! :)

It's very muggy and sticky here at the moment. We had a bout of heavy rain for a short while last night...and it's trying desperately hard to drop some more at the moment...so I'm hoping the rest of the day will be rainy...and not just damp from the high humidity!

Susan Kane said...

Was so in love with your photos and thoughts until the last line. Jinx, if ever I have ever heard of one.

LindaG said...

And you have such a beautiful place, I appreciate you sharing it with us.
Blessings to you all. ♥

Lowcarb team member said...

Love the sun
Love the water
Love that they both feature here

Do not love computer problems - they are so annoying !

Have a great day

All the best Jan

JP A Quiet Corner said...

Yes, it certainly does put things in perspective...:)JP

Farm Girl said...

Or a big foot throws rocks at your house. :) It is lovely Gail. I hope none of those things you listed happens to you. I think you will be safe from a zombie apocalypse though. :)

Mama Zen said...

You crack me up!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

I sort of think I would rather have a Zombie apocalypse, or an invasion of alien life forms, or..even the ice age..not so sure about the nuclear winter..have to think on that one..but rather all of the above than have my computer die.
It did that a year ago and I still tremble when I remember it! Seriously, yes, I guess it does sort of put things in perspective. You are as right as two rabbits..(as they say in Maine)
Hugs for you!
Mona :)

Susan Anderson said...

I love the way light reflects on the water, and you got some great shots here.

As for the zombie apocalypse, I'm hoping it passes us by.

;)

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