I guess it’s kinda cute!No tags for this post.
I have to be honest, I got a little behind.
I was going to sit down and write. I got doing 101 other things. I got working on re-installing the system on Kathy’s computer for a start, and by the time I’d run various checks, AV software, anti-spyware, and rootkit detectors, that tok up quite a while. In between that I was getting a show ready for NAB radio, and also getting things together for the community meeting last evening as well.
Time is one of those things that there usually never enough of. There are those rare occasions, when there is way too much of it, like when waiting in the doctor’s surgery, or for the bus. The bus? Yes that great even, when you wait 30 minutues for a bus that’s supposed to run every 10 minutes, and three turn up. I think that’s because only the one in front knows the way.
Actually having driven buses – those big red double deckers even – I can vouch for that last statement to be completely untrue, as a rule, it’s simply the traffic. Car drivers never ever want to let a bus or truck out in front of them – unless they’re a bus or truck driver themselves, and then they let every darn person on the road, and the surrounding neighborhood for miles around get in front of them. Usually when your driving the bus behind them, and you’re running late.
Anyway, I digress. I never did get around to writing more yesterday, as we had yet another HOA meeting last evening, which was surprisingly peaceful, and then once I got back here it was on with the NAB Radio show.No tags for this post.
I changed the images in the header at the top of the blog.
For your interest the four pictures are:
- The Pier In the Ashley River At Charleston, SC, USA at Sunset, photographed from the River Bank near to the Joe P. Riley Stadium
- Aylesford Village in Kent, England, taken from the old Bridge across the River Medway.
- Alligator sign on the river walk,Â at the rear of Front Street, Georgetown, SC
- Me, Myself, I.