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Wednesday, 7 January 2009

Wordless #24

Weather forecast is calling for 10-15 cm of snow today followed by freezing rain and ice pellets.
But this is were my head is...

13 comments:

Billy Rhythm said...

Nice! I should post later about the new "secret place" Susan and I have. It involves a beach, two white deck chairs, two umbrellas, two servants, one guitar player playing sambas just over the dunes, and no children!

Jack said...

Oh, that does sound like a truly lovely spot... please do share Billy!

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Shadow said...

heee heee heee, your head is in a gooooood place! can i come?

Beth F said...

I'll be happy to join you. I've always wanted to go to Nova Scotia.

Happy WW.

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

I love the hues of the blue and gree. So vibrant. Beautiful shot Jack, was this from the summer?

Jack said...

Yes Teach, the photo is from last summer at a beach only minutes from my house... perfect spot to bask in the sun or take in the scenery but not to great for water activities... brrrrrrr!

Beth, let me know when your coming to NS for a visit and we can plan a beach day... hehe!

Yes Shadow, I would love to have some company... I'll bring the picnic and you bring the Frisbee ;)

only a movie said...

That's gorgeous. I may just look at my archives and find an out of season photo to post. This ice/snow storm is killing me today. :-)

Jack said...

Erin, I was just clicking through your flickr photos last night... Wagon Hill gave me some inspiration for today's photo post. :)

I guess we aren't getting the snow now, just the ice and freezing rain... the roads are a mess here.

thistle said...

i'm under the umbrella right down the beach Jack...thanks for sharing the pic....i REALLY need it today....


hmmm...word veri = shelithe
What a great word!

Jack said...

thistle, I have too much time on my hands tonight? I googled "shelithe" but came up with nothing so I broke it down...
'she' -
1.
 a. Used to refer to the woman or girl previously mentioned or implied.
 b. Used to refer to a female animal.
2. Used in place of it to refer to certain inanimate things, such as ships and nations, traditionally perceived as female.

'lithe' -
1. Readily bent; supple: lithe birch branches.
2. Marked by effortless grace: a lithe ballet dancer.


so... shelithe - She's bent

hehe! I really do need a hobby!

Cristin said...

Oh, I miss Nova Scotia... but not in the winter....

Jack said...

Winter here isn't great but it's by far not the worst in Canada.

Are you from NS?