Friday, February 7, 2014


These were taken early Thursday morning from the Diggs area of the county.

I happen to love this field and the structures that live in it, especially 
during soybean season when the field is all lush and
the red sheds look like they're drowning in a sea of green.

But in the winter, 

the red sheds come alive in contrast to the stark,

drab landscape that screams cold winter day.

Speaking of screaming, I did just a little last night.

Daughter's basketball team beat King William to make two wins in one week.

Yesterday I said it was the last home game, and that's incorrect.  We have one more home game Monday night (when the seniors will be honored) and then back-to-back away games Tuesday and Wednesday.

I see no reason why we can't win all three games.  So that's what I'm putting out there to the universe.


Hello, Universe?  We're on a roll here, and we're not going to disrupt our winning streak.  OK?

OK.  Thank you for understanding. Also, thanks for the snow recently, I really enjoyed it.



And thank you, dear readers reader for understanding that I am currently obsessed with warm weather and sunshine, which are nowhere to be found obsessed with basketball.

Have a great weekend.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Have a good weekend, also. Hope the winning streak continues.

Love the old barn- shed structures. They look gaunt without their green
crop foreground, a little like I feel without the color and breezes of warmer seasons and sun.

Watching the parade of nations in the opening ceremonies of the ultimate people-watching venue.