Sunday, September 2, 2012

I've Been ...

adrift in a sea of hardware/software problems
after a week without you hope seemed to dry up
my day is splintered when I don't get to visit






I'm just about back to whatever the hell normal is

Happy Labor Day
Hug a worker

14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

LOL!

glad you're back in business! :)

~JarieLyn~ said...

Glad you're getting back to normal. This is the first blog I've read today and I want to say thank you for making me smile.

Jay Simser said...

I love old wood. The last one looks almost like a sunset over the ocean if you use your imagination. Thanks for the bright spot... Hugs,

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

We are all trying to get back to normal.
Great photos of the driftwood.
Costas

Sylvia K said...

Welcome back to the blog world!! If I only knew for sure what normal is/was????? Ah, well, some day perhaps! Do let me know if you find out!! Have a great Labor Day! Hugs to Hope and definitely a hug to you today!!

Danielle said...

I wondered where you were ;)...glad to see things are getting back to 'normal'....whatever that may be for all of us ;). Love the lumber shots for your analogy.

Ron said...

"my day is splintered when I don't get to visit"

God, I know that feeling whenever I've lost my Internet connection - Oy Vey!

Stunning photos, Dianne!

Love them all, but that last one really blew me away!

Welcome back, dear lady!

X

Cherie said...

Poetry in words and pictures! Awesome! :)

Rebecca said...

Let me know when you find normal! :)

Daryl said...

Forget normal, its boring . just get back here to us ..

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Perfect metaphor of a post...I'm glad you drifted back (and I always like your 'normal')!

bobbybegood1 said...

Well, you sure have been sorely missed! Glad you're back. Cheers!!

Rambling Woods said...

Nice to see you..you don't do FB..My Mother is being biopsied today for a mass in her lung..and the dance begins anew as she is being really nasty..what else is new..

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Sorry you've been out of commission! I liked your analogy of the splintered wood. Hope all is smoothed out. :)