9 comments on “Nothing got done.

  1. And She Who Must Be Obeyed thanks you for celebrating her beauty, her magnificience and her generosity.

    “A morning-glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books” Walt Whitman said. I agree with him. Just does it satisfy someone the same as doing the shopping or vacuum cleaning ? [Lol… i’m kidding of course:))]

    • Uh…. i just understand that “She Who Must Be Obeyed” is not a kind of goddess of nature, but probably your wife….So my previous words don’t mean anything … Please excuse my mistake :)))

      • Maya, Never fear! There is no need for excuse. Before blogging I wrote a column for a local bicycling newsletter. “She Who Must Be Obeyed,” is a name used for his wife by fictional lawyer Horace Rumpole. I learned it when it was brought to television by BBC in their series, “Rumpole of the Bailey”. I began to use the name similarly. She is, however, a force of nature so thinking of her as a goddess may not be entirely incorrect. Cheers! — JG

  2. The last picture is gorgeous!! I love the way the trees are reflected in the water, with their changing colors. All of the pictures are super. I think what you did was more important than what you did not get done!! So glad you were able to get out and enjoy the beauty and share it with us!

    • You may be right about the visit to the lake being more important in one sense. I did, however, pay a penalty. Had I traveled to my chore –checking on the observatory– I’d have prevented the dehumidifier tank from overflowing on to the office floor. Not too big a deal, however. The floor got mopped that way! — JG

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