Still can't find my camera, only the charger. Found a camera GG left behind, but no charger.
One's a Canon, one's a Kodak. Never the twain shall meet.
So I've sent away for a charger for the Kodak. 19.95 seems like a safe investment.
We'll see. In the meantime I'll keep searching my files for a unpublished photo or one no one will remember 'cause no one read me then.
I got an exciting email today from my friend Diane P asking me if I'd read/ heard of this offer:
I clicked it and indeed, there is a charming inn to be given away to a lucky someone with 150.00 to invest in their future and 200 words to spare. All you have to do is lay out your heart and convince her that I/you are the right person to get said inn.
I'm in. Who else?
Wouldn't that be a fantastic next life?
I didn't know how much I would like to make a change until the window opened in front of me.
Of course we are talking Maine, long winters, late springs, 3 month top growing season, ice, snow,cold. Brrrrrr.
Then we consider lobster rolls, living close to Boston and some of my favorite people there, fall leaves, the ocean, and the fabulous slogan: Maine "The Way Life Should Be". I could use it as a hashtag on all my IG pictures.
Now there's a good reason to completely change your life: social media. But really,"Virginia Is For Lovers" has not done me a lick of good. And she, the innkeeper, seems to have found a girlfriend and is moving to Paris! Hello.
Of course 200 words...I do tend to run on a bit as you all know.
Will I get the inn? One chance on a million.
Will I decide to keep my eyes wide open and welcome change? Even seek it?
There I already sound like a Mainer. Off to look for a pic, maybe one of the cats?
Or maybe one of carnations. The flower I'm always trying to get our customers to love, no luck there.
Better luck with the essay, eh?