Saturday, April 4, 2015

Except For The Hernia

All is well here. Or, as my friend Seine Judeet might say, all is well"except for the hernia."

(Click any image to make little things grow.)

WHY I COULDN'T STAY IN BED THE OTHER MORNING.
GETTING READY TO HEAD BACK INTO PORT.
THE DARKEST HOUR IS ALWAYS JUST BEFORE THE DAWN.


"You got to speak your mind if you dare..."

23 comments:

  1. Mitchell! These shots are BEAUTIFUL! It's a wonder everybody isn't outside soaking this up! Must be so good for the soul to see this.
    Hope you get some relief soon. Take care.
    Now, does THIS tune take me back to the 'daze'!!!

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    1. Jim:
      People out walking and running that time of day, but not on the beach yet.

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  2. What a gorgeous view from your apartment. The view alone is enough to make you happy to be alive.

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  3. Haaaa haaaa :) As soon as I saw the title in your link from FB, I chuckled :)
    Oh, maaaaaaan... I hope the healing goes along smoothly.

    I love this son. I love CSN (&Y, when he's in the mix ;) )

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    1. Judy:
      My auto-correct understood. And thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. If I hadn't known I might have guessed that the photos were taken in Hawaii.

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    1. Raybeard:
      Not quite the same, but I'm not complaining.

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  5. Great photos it is importnat to come back to port

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    1. Gosia:
      Especially before the pleasure boats come out and scare away the fish.

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  6. Love the pictures, and love that song. Happy Easter to both of you.

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    1. Stephen:
      Same to you. I'm craving a chocolate bunny!

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  7. Such a sunrise often heralds bad weather, but all looks so peaceful when you took these.

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    1. Andrew:
      It DID get a bit dreary and just a little breezy later in the day, but nothing to complain about.

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  8. All your photos are good, but the last one is absolutely breathtaking! Brilliant musical choice once again.

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    1. Jacqueline:
      Thanks! As you can imagine, I had a LOT of photos to sift through. Nature gives me too much to work with.

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  9. Always look on the bright side of life... ;)

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  10. As always, I'm in love with your sunrise/sunset photos! And I'm in love with Semana Santa and that I've been able to catch up on your blog and mine! Back to the teacher thing tomorrow...

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    1. Brittany:
      It's been great to see a few more regular blog posts from you. But I'm so glad you've got the teacher thing to get back to!

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  11. Hi Mitchell,
    I have been lurking for a while, reading your older posts. I found your blog via JG's Going Gently, who I found via Hippo on the Lawn, but that is another story. Anyway wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your writing and the ongoing story of your relocation in Spain. In a similar timeframe, we relocated to Belize and I started blogging our story. Good luck with the procedure later this week.
    cheers, Wilma

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    1. Hi Wilma: Thanks so much for introducing yourself and for lurking! Going Gently is exceptional and such an education for me. I look forward to checking out your blog and life in Belize.

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