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Carnival of Colours

Posted by on August 27, 2010

Crisp mornings, cooler evenings and campfires nightly. I love the coming of fall. Changing colors, Friday Night Lights, and hardy mums. It seems as if we just arrived here at LIW and now we’re looking at one more weekend and our stint will come to an end. We’ll work Labor Day as the RVers leave for school and the end of summer. This job can’t really be deemed that. We almost feel guilty when we procure our paychecks at the office because the job is more fun than work. It’s by far the most enjoyable three months we’ve had in any position. We’ll continue to stay on until September 12th and then head back to Pittsburgh as my brain surgery is scheduled for that week. I’m trying not to think about that until time makes that a necessity. In the meantime, we keep enjoying our days on and off from the cafe. Erin is here for another week. Ryan and Carolyn will visit on Saturday and I’ll be in my own heaven. Although I take a decent photo sometime, Robin is learning much faster than I can teach her. In fact, when I look at some of her work, I feel that the student has surpassed the master. Her keen eye picked out these acorns while she and Brutus took one of their many daily jaunts. I would not have seen them.

2 Responses to Carnival of Colours

  1. Larry

    The beauty and wonder of your surroundings are bound to become a part of both your lives……..seeing beauty in the normal everyday things that most of us take for granted. It’s a gift………..

  2. Anne

    Loved your blog after stumbling across it tonight. Your writing transcends laughter to thought-provoking to sadness and back. I have bookmarked your blog and will be back to read even farther into the archives. The pictures are AWESOME. Hubby and I want to spend some time on the road hopefully beginning in Jan. No leather seats for us, but worn fabric, but we’re still in love after 42 yrs. I will be thinking of you and praying you have a successful trip under the knife on 9-11. Anne

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