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Thursday, June 16, 2011


I'm back to my old schedule at work, which I was really looking forward to before it happened.  But my first night back on the old schedule, we had some computer issues and I ended up with a couple unscheduled hours of over time.  I don't mind the overtime, in and of itself, but on this schedule I start a couple hours later and stay a couple hours later.  Then add a couple more hours for the overtime.  And there you have it.  It was morning by the time I headed for home.  Then, too, it was visitation day for Bro and his boys. And it was raining.  Yep, two little boys trapped in the house, and me trying to sleep in.  Bro ended up taking the boys, and Diva, too, on a library outing, so I stayed in bed later than I would normally, but I didn't sleep too well.  After all that, I'm still dragging.  I remind myself that Dr C said it would be at least a year, and as long as two years, until I got my energy back after radiation.  Still, it's hard.  Energy or no, I still have to go to work, take care of the house, keep up with Ernie's treatments, work on the garden......

Driving home this morning, I was grateful for the big, bright moon shining down.  It helped a bit, to keep me alert.  We've had rain all day, and the clouds were beautiful against a deep blue sky with the edges lit up by the moon.  Even though I really wanted to just go to bed, I decided to take a couple minuted and try once again to get a photo.  I think, had I a tripod, these shots could have been really cool.  Unfortunately, they are mostly just blurry.  Even so, I think I've made some improvement since the last lunar attempt.  Am I the only one who thinks this looks like a photo of the sun, during autumn, rather than the moon, in summer? 

1 comment:

  1. I like the photos. I got some great shots in winter when the sun sets in the west but I do not get good pictures in the summer. I just have a little cheap camera and it does not do well if the sun is to bright for sky pictures. I think you are right about my mystery plant. The buds are shaped like a pod. I inspect it every day. I am just so glad your bout with cancer is behind you and hopefully, no more.