Saturday, May 28, 2011

Scenes from Aaron's Beach



I'm supposedly working on the book today.




But all I really want to do is play outdoors.




 These are from Aaron's Beach.




I'd much rather be sitting in sand than at a desk.

But there's work to do.

This fine example of doing anything and everything other than the task at hand procrastination and dawdling is now over.

What are you doing this weekend?



14 comments:

Grandma J said...

I can't wait for the book. I want to read it at Aaron's Beach.

tj said...

...You're writing a book? Seriously? Where have I been? I so need to get out more... :o\

...When? Where? I need details. :o)

...Hope you enjoy your weekend! I'm not doing anything spectacular - just sewing & mowing. Yay! NOT! *giggle*

...Blessings... :o)

Kay L. Davies said...

Get back to work, CBW. It's hard, I know, especially when a beach beckons.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Anonymous said...

'll be at Sandpiper Reef Restaurant
on sunday!






mer

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Mer - What time?

Anonymous said...

What's a good time?




mer

Anonymous said...

it's actually to night
around 8:00 pm

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

If I can get there I will. Was just there last night and was hoping to work this evening on the book, but I'll try.

Country Girl said...

Having some friends over today for the afternoon and wishing you lived closer.
xo

Deltaville Jamie said...

I'm on the opposite side of the state this weekend taking the Brat Child to see Luray Caverns where he plans on locating some monsters. He even brought his pistol, shotgun and ninja sword in case we find any monters and/or zombies in "the cave". I miss the beach

Meg @ Soup Is Not A Finger Food said...

My in-laws are here. Yesterday we spent all day working outside and the place looks fabulous! Today we're taking them to a Nationals game. Tomorrow they leave. Tomorrow they leave. tomorrow they leave...

Mental P Mama said...

I am anxiously awaiting your signing party!

foolery said...

Gluing sugar cubes to foam core and hoping to GAHHHH that by Thursday night it somewhat resembles the Mission San Rafael Arcangel. Or watching Smedley do it, in case any teachers are reading this.

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

I was home all weekend and I loved every minute of it!
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