Saturday, March 3, 2012

come saturday morning

Supposed to be a day filled with thunderstorms. I could use some of that energy. Maybe that is March coming in like a lion (though the first two days were mild, if damp), so it will go out like a lamb? Or do the first days dictate that saying, and it will indeed go out like a lion?

Such are my thoughts on this early saturday morning. My cup of coffee near empty, and needing a refill.

My good camera is going through a flukey stage where suddenly it is working again. I know that memory card slot is iffy, and it will conk out again at the worse possible time, but for now it is working. Hope to see Logan tomorrow and catch a few shots. I've taken a few shots, nothing of import, but have yet to download them to the computer... I just don't want to be messing with the camera so much, for fear of a relapse, so I'll wait until I have more shots on the card.

If it could just hold out until I could get it fixed for real, that would be nice, but I don't have any great expectations.

The day is coming up very grey, and the damp seeps into the bones. Woke too early with achey neck and back. Need a new mattress badly. I won't even tell you how old it is, it's such an embarassment.

I re-read my book again, and it needs a lot of touch-ups in terms of the timeline (sometimes spring follows summer, and such things!), and scenes need to be rearranged. I was very eager to get to the end of it, so that sorts of slams you in the face too soon, I think, and more writing needs to be done there. The ending may well be different than the one I've written. That is where most of the rewriting needs to be done, I think. It'll be a lot of work, I think, and I don't know when I'll be up for it. I'll be working with the hard copy.

A second cup of coffee made.

Wow, the fog outside is great, can barely see the next block down. I expect I should here fog horns soon, and am surprised I haven't already.

Just took a shot with the p&s canon, so I could download it quick and show you... not much to see really, but here it is.

Hope you all have a great saturday. See you in blogland.


  1. Hello Barbara,

    what for a calm fog. It is the time before the spring and the higher temperatures warming up the earth. I like fog and feel all the time calm!

    Weekend - regards Senna

  2. I'm a big fan of shots in the fog. I'd love to be there today looking for some great scenes and angles to utilize that fog. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I am a fan of fog as well, the fog frames this building very well.


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