|Click the image to see the fine print on this sign.|
Today is Thursday, which on this blog is dedicated to sharing three things.
1. The sign above, at the end of the dock at the Sea Breeze on Gwynn's Island, defines no wake as "the slowest possible speed required to maintain steerage and headway." That definition also applies to my general pace most any given day of the week--particularly when jogging. Or driving down the Colonial Parkway.
2. This picture represents one of the very first taken using a camera on loan from Ann Marie. Today I will send my precious BFF camera off to Canon in the hopes they can repair it. (We shall see, I'm not optimistic.) Thanks for the loaner, Ann Marie!
3. My son is hosting another gathering at the house Friday evening. In preparation, he purchased black lights and neon paint for the basement, which is already rigged up with Christmas lights and a disco ball. For purposes of self-preservation and the
But still...a peaceful, relaxing Friday night does not appear to be in my future. (All things considered, I'd much rather they be here than elsewhere. I'll catch up on sleep and rest my first night in the nursing home, which is liable to be before I turn
Now it's your turn. Please share your thoughts, three if you feel like it, more if you want. Or less. We're easygoing here.
If you can't think of anything, perhaps you could tell me which camera to get if Canon asks for an arm and a leg to fix my existing Power Shot S5IS. Keep in mind I do not read instruction manuals and know nothing about photography or operating a camera that isn't in Auto or Sports mode. I really love my little Canon and don't suffer change well.
Or perhaps you could tell me something to take my mind off teenagers in a dimly lit basement with loud music and more loud music. Serenity now.