Thursday, February 27, 2014

Surviving Without My Laptop

Wow, it has almost been two weeks since I last posted!
All because my laptop was in the shop.

Window Light
Lancaster, PA

I thought, while I was forced away from online distractions,
I would accomplish so much,
such as a clean house.

Silo Central
Lancaster, PA

Now I laugh at the very thought of that.
Somehow, there were so many other fun things to fill my time.

Bitter Cold
Lancaster, PA

I guess at some point soon 
I really will need to start chasing dust bunnies. 

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Unknown said...

I am glad you survived! ; )

MadSnapper said...

I popped over to your collection and oh my, you should lose your laptop once in a while... gives you more time to take photos. I love this light bulb and last week bob and i were remembering the ones we both had like this when we were children. each room had a dangling light bulb.. and no plugs in the wall.
Glad you are back, i wondered where you were... my favorite 3 in your collection is the house with the clothesline porch and the small house with the bricks showing through. you are an amazing talent with your camera.

Kim Cunningham said...

Best plans often don't happen, but I think that enjoying the moments is the best way to live. Glad you got your laptops back. Love this new fresh design!

Lisa Gordon said...

As my very favorite aunt always used to say to me..."It will wait for you."
I'll bet your dust bunnies will too.
Enjoy your time! :-)

Tamar SB said...

I can't imagine 2 weeks sans laptop! Gorgeous pics!!

James said...

Nice shots! I particularly like the top one.

Out on the prairie said...

I used a silo in hopes I was coming to a town out cruising yesterday. I ended up on a dead end at a large farm.nice shots

Sarah Huizenga said...

Housework is so highly overrated. We had a birthday party here for my dad last night, so we cleaned. It should be good for another month again :)

Barb said...

These photos are bringing back memories! Love the barn/field scene.