Monday, July 18, 2016

Dis 'N Dat

Mistaken Point, Newfoundland. Closeup of fossils.

I was going to write a post about degrees and it got away from me so I'll hold off until my thoughts formulate a little better on the topic. It sounded very interesting in my head. On paper it was clunky and awkward. So I breathe.

A guest read my two hander play. She made great suggestions. She's involved in community theatre and arts on a small island off the coast of BC. An enthusiast like myself. I picked her brains free of charge. She was gracious about it considering she paid me to stay for two nights.

I am awaiting 2 more PGS at the moment. I'm getting quite a bit of traffic from Maine, USA this summer. I love Maine, I've been there a few times and wonder why the residents are leaving one view of the Atlantic and wandering up to our view. All are driving. Quite a journey. Maine people are salt of the earth. And they have LL Bean. 'Nuff said.

My life is very full - a bit too dense, actually, but I'm heading off on Friday for a few days' break and I can't believe how excited I am. I love road trips and exploring and visiting. And Daughter is joining us to add another lovely dimension. Photos from the road to follow.

Mistaken Point not too far from here, has just been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Oldest fossils in the world - see photo above. We are bracing ourselves for even more tourists. All good for my wee haven also.






10 comments:

  1. Glad you seem to be healthily busy and happy!
    Maggie x

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  2. Yes, life has picked up, thank you Maggie. Out of the awful darkness there can be light, as you know. I never thought to see it again.

    XO
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  3. Have a wonderful time and thanks for your comments at mine earlier.

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  4. Just spent a few days in your fabulous adopted country, lucky you!
    Bean is good, but the sizes run large.
    Glad all is going well.

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    1. And I'm meeting some fabulous USians in my little Airbnb Hattie. Very scared and appalled and asking about citizenship here.
      XO
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  5. Maybe because it's at least within driving range?

    I'm not a huge fan of LL Bean. Sturdy stuff, but so very plain and boxy.

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    1. I guess I'm very plain & boxy myself SAW☺
      XO
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    2. They're driving a thousand miles from Maine? That's one heck of a journey. They must be really keen on Newfoundland! And they must be looking for a big hearty meal once they arrive....

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  6. Good that you have had a number of PGs this season. I look forward to the photo blogs.

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