Monday, October 8, 2018

Blue Heron





Today since I didn't have to drive to work, I decided to visit Bethel Beach.










I parked my car and jog-walked three and a half miles.









On my way back to the car, I spotted this fellow.  
(Or gal, I don't know which and have no idea how to tell.)






Luckily, I had my camera in the car, and he was still hanging around when I drove back out.

The past few weekends have been very busy.  Middle Sister and I went to the Gloucester Wine Festival a few weekends back.  Last weekend, I drove to Dewey Beach, Delaware, to visit my two college friends.  (On the way home Chesapeake Bay Woman was trapped for five and a half hours on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel--on a bridge in between the two tunnels--due to an accident.  I could write a novel on that experience alone.) Anyway, this past weekend, Baby Sis and I drove to Louisa, Virginia, to see the band Ambrosia play at a gala for the Louisa Arts Center.  This weekend I'll be headed over that Bay Bridge Tunnel yet again to visit Ocean City, MD, with a friend.

In between, I'm making that soul-sucking long commute to work each day, trying to figure out how I can stay at home and make enough money to make ends meet.  Alas, I have six years and three months--but who's counting besides me--before I'm eligible to retire.

In any case, I've been trying to enjoy life in the free time that I do have. 

Today's trip to Bethel Beach and the brief photo op with this blue heron were just what I needed.

Have a great week.




Monday, September 24, 2018

Mathews Market Days





Mathews Market Days has been a big deal around here 
since I was knee-high to a grasshopper for many years now. 









It's an opportunity for locals and visitors alike to get out 
and actually experience "downtown" Mathews.








This year it was hotter than HELL blue blazes.

Emphasis on blue and blazes.









The Kona Ice truck definitely caught my attention.










Regardless of the sweltering heat, 
Middle Sister and I managed to hit all the high spots 
and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.






The End.


In spite of my best efforts, I've not been tending to this blog, and lots has happened that's report-worthy.  No matter what it looks like, this blog isn't yet dead, and I intend to get back here more regularly.  

-CBW