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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Saturday Eve at the Choo-choo place

It has been a busy week, more stressful then busy but things are a' changing as the North wind blows in the autumn season. 

There is a big kettle of chili on the burner and a pan full of cornbread that was pulled out of the oven earlier.  The weekend starts on Friday and plans of baking cookies, sweet breads and a crock pot of stew and dumplings are being planned.  Progress has been made on the Happy Room front and the weekend will hopefully bring more progress.  Saturday morning there is a meeting "Moment with the Mayor" and I would like to take that in.


I wanted to share some pictures I took with the camera on Saturday evening as the Professor and I spent time sitting on our favorite bench down by the tracks.  There was a near full Moon and a definite nip in late summer breeze...changes are a' coming!
A brutal fight ensued as the Pro' doesn't like his picture taken. 
I have no idea what this flower is but it reminds me of lavender and it is pretty. 
These flowers were drying up but the color was pretty. 
I love these old fashion styled street lights.  I am fascinated by them and they look beautiful against an evening sky. 
These are cheerfully colored and who can be sad when standing next to them. 
A self portrait of the mean old Professor and his delightfully charming wife. 
I was playing with the setting of the camera and couldn't hold it steady enough to get a nice shot of the moon over the old town business lights. 
I love this picture, the water looks like a bubbly ice sculpture. 
This picture is a little blurry because the cops were trying to pull me off the roof of the train station as I was howling with great gusto at the almost full moon!

Until later stay blessed and content. 

1 comment:

Miss LindaLee said...

Hey girlfriend! The flower that you mentioned but didn't know the name is a Liriope muscari. They're quite popular in this area and are easy to grow here. That in inself is part of its popularity. They stay compact and spread slowly which makes them easier to place and all.
Once again! Love your blog!