Thursday, July 24, 2008

Flock of Seagulls

I know I said I would post some pics from the family reunion but I have 300 plus that are downloading as we speak. Shwew...5 days and I go nuts with the camera.
This image was taken in New England along the coastline. We drove all the way up the coast and stopped wherever we felt like it, along the way. It was one of the most fun vacations we have ever taken. We were very fortunate to get really quaint places to stay and to be able to go at our own pace. It was not all planned out as most of our vacations are. We usually try to pack as much into the 10 days as we can, knowing it will be quite awhile before the next one and who knows when we will get to that locale again, you know.? So we go to bed late and get up early and whine about who is taking their shower first, hoping that we can be the last out of bed, but no my 23 yr. old ALWAYS wins! Darnit! Then we run through the day and start all over again the very next.
I am usually exhausted after one of our vacations. I drag myself out of bed fighting with my inner self to think of a good reason that I should stay home from work, but no I cannot possibly live with myself if I do that. I am not a liar or a cheat I tell myself but darnit I am TIRED!!! So off I go to let Chance out, make coffee and then into the shower. By the time I am out of the shower I am somewhat okay. I drag my rear into work toting a large travel mug of coffee and yawn my way through the day only to go home and get a second wind when alls I really wanted to do was go to sleep. Why is that? You are sleepy all day at work ...longing to take a nap and then BAM! you get a second wind on your way home. What's up with that?
Well the pictures are nearly done downloading so I guess I will pick through them and find some to share with you. I'm off to do just that. 'til tomorrow, Tammy

1 comment:

  1. Hi Tammy,
    Thanks for visiting my blog.
    This is an awesome photo. Glad you had an enjoyable time.
    Barb in HOT Texas


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