Monday, November 4, 2013

Locklies Creek

These were taken on Saturday from Merroir, where I went earlier in the day to pretend like there wasn't going to be a group of teenagers descending on my house that night.

It worked temporarily, the pretending.

But descend they ultimately did.

The teens had fun, I got no sleep, but thankfully it's all behind me. We all survived.

Now we enter my least favorite time of year--the days of waking up in darkness, dragging into the kitchen to make coffee in the darkness, driving to work in darkness, leaving work in darkness, driving home in darkness. Dark, dark, dark. It's not my thing.

Anyway, the week ahead is filled with excitement, including the gubernatorial election, the regional cross country meet and my half marathon--which should be very interesting since I've done next to nothing to prepare for it.

Hope all is well in your world.


Annie said...

well, you'll just have to schedule a holiday on the Sunshine Coast here beside the beach. Plenty of daylight here. Starts at 4am...

Meg McCormick said...

As a resident of Maryland in the DC area, I can't begin to tell you how happy I am that VA's election is tomorrow. The negative political ads are beyond annoying.

Dghawk said...

Well, I'm glad you survived the teens in the basement. At least they have a place to gather and enjoy themselves and you know they are safe.

As to the dark, I'm used to that.