Photo-A-Day #870 08/26/07

Burn Out

Today was totally nuts. And tomorrow I am traveling to Minnesota. So I am feeling a bit like today’s Photo-A-Day. All comments will be responded to tomorrow night. Sorry folks. Life got the priority today. We had an unexpected trip to the hospital. Everyone is fine, it wasn’t Allison or I, it was a friend and Allison and I sprung into action to help. Crazy but also glad everyone is fine. And we got to spend some time with good friends.

I even had some time to take a few shots of the sunflowers between car switches.

Photo-A-Day #870b 08/26/07

Gotta take time out for good flowers.

18 thoughts on “Photo-A-Day #870 08/26/07”

  1. Interesting blue frost bulb. Did you say it is for a car? Spending time at a hospital must’ve been a bummer, but it sounds like a happy outcome.

  2. The lightbulb is amazing.

    We had a trip to hospital too, with our son.
    Turned out well too, luckily.

    Have a great trip!

  3. Yeah, yesterday was a bit of a burn out day. We were very happy t help our friends in time of need, believe me we are always up for helping out. Just got a little overwhelmed before my trip because I had to drive to Boston and I absolutely hate driving into the city.

  4. Hi Mo,
    All is well and the trip so far has been uneventful (safe) I had a nice day with cornfields, after cornfields after cornfields. But I got caught up on some of the audio podcasts that I’ve been meaning to listen to.

  5. The bulb was from a lamp in the house. No car. I was happy to spend time with my friend, just a long day after an eventful weekend.

  6. thanks meditation, Are you going through all my posts and commenting, slow down you don’t want to hurt yourself. 🙂

  7. Laane,
    Glad things worked out well with your son. Hospitals can be scary. I work in them all the time so they aren’t as scary but they get to be when you don’t know what it going on with a loved one.

  8. Hi handy, thanks for stopping and commenting and the well wishes, my buddy is doing well. he got to rest today.

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