I am writing this Tuesday evening with no clue what shall happen in America.
It could be a wreck like this heap left on the trails in Marble Falls. A warning to slow down and heed signs of danger. Or what the heck - speed up and go out like Thelma and Louise.
Yes - I am killing time here for a Whatever Wednesday. If you want to social distance and even leave a cell phone tower zone, head to the hills (Hill Country Texas)
Some pretty fall weed foliage. Will we dig out of the weeds? America is resilient. No matter what, the alarm is set and I shall go to work tomorrow.
Lady Liberty may sob quietly, but her lamp will stay raised to guide us - the tired, the poor, the huddled masses.
Carry on and stay safe. Does anyone have leftover Halloween candy? I might need more chocolate!
Yes, it is going to be a stressful day or several days, or maybe weeks. Wish I could join you with that chocolate!ReplyDelete
I will eat double! Take careDelete
I guess the election was an added streesful day besides the panademic. I hope all went well.ReplyDelete
it's going to be stressful week. We don't seem to have our act together. Such a messDelete
The outcome is looking likely although we won't know for days. I just got up knowing that God is in control and we'll be all right regardless.ReplyDelete
I got up in a divided household. We just don't turn on the tv or talk about. I had a quiet day at work too.Delete
Things will sure keep on, but the outcome is looking likely indeed.ReplyDelete
America is just very divided and this whole mess on both sides doesn't help.Delete
I guess there are good and bad days for the world, but it moves on. We're not very different I guess. Hopefully, better days await.ReplyDelete
Have a good week ahead, good to have come across your blog!
thanks. I will check out yours. We'll see how things go and the sun keeps coming up in the east.Delete
Love Whatever Wednesday! Lots of beautiful sights around the Hill Country. My husband is retired Coast Guard. When we were stationed in NYC, we lived on an island directly across from the Statue of Liberty and saw her out of our living room and kitchen windows. I loved it there, too.ReplyDelete
thanks so much. I find the Statue of Liberty reassuringDelete
The photos really capture the current mood of our country. I loved your last line about Lady Liberty. I’m sorry your home is also divided, but hopefully this too shall pass. We must try to stay positive for better things in 2021.ReplyDelete
absolutely. Hope you are doing wellDelete
Hi Joanne - it's now whatever Friday ... such is life. Leave the plant weeds usually they're fine and do no damage ... have a peaceful weekend - love your Texas views - HilaryReplyDelete
thanks. I'm late commenting back to you.Delete