Monday, November 10, 2014

Brrrrrrrrrrrr

I knew it had to happen sometime or another.  But deep down, I was really hoping it would stay warm just a little bit longer...  OK, a lot longer actually!  But it can't last forever, so alas, Father Winter is on it's way.  I'm just hoping against hope that my neighbors actually keep their Doxies inside this winter.

I just had the B - U - S - I - E - S -T week ever this past week!  There was something to do almost every night after work and classes.  I was absolutely exhausted by the weekend, where there was still a lot more to do.  This week shouldn't be quite as busy, but I have an exam coming up that I need to focus on.  I bombed the last exam so badly that I am now failing the class, which just cannot happen!  I also have a 25 page paper to work on.  So far I'm on page 12. 
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Took this from here.  

1.  What do you think about ghosts?  Are they real?  Hallucinations?  

I don't think they're hallucinations.  I've actually seen a couple in my house.  I never got a bad vibe from them.  They were just there, and then disappeared as quickly as they appeared.  I haven't seen one in a long time.  

2.  What's your favorite part about visiting a new place - the food?  The architecture?  The people watching?

I would definitely say the people watching!  I love to people watch.  

I enjoy eating too, probably too much.  It's always fun to try out a new restaurant or deli though, especially if it's something that the place is known for.  

I usually don't think a lot about the architecture unless it's a place specifically known for that.  The office where I intern is actually an old house from the early 1900s.  It's been modernized, but the owners have also tried to leave a lot of the old architecture and features behind, which is cool.  There's an old church near the office that I often park near.  It's gorgeous from the outside, and I hope to actually be able to step inside one day.  Usually I'm in too big of a hurry to think about it, but maybe I can find the time to slow down and check it out. 

3.  What magazine(s) and/or newspaper(s) do you subscribe to?  

I subscribe to People magazine and that's it!  I don't even know why I subscribe to that, because I rarely have an opportunity to sit down and read an issue from cover to cover.  I've got a stack of them in my kitchen that I one day hope to be able to read.

4.  Show and tell.  What comes to mind first when you see this picture?  Or tell a story if it reminds you of one. 
It just looks like a brick wall to me!  I do like it though.  Each brick is different in size, color, and thickness, which makes it that much more interesting.  

7 showed me some love:

Two French Bulldogs said...

It's a bit chilly here. It's 57 degrees F. Yes ghosts are real
Snorts,
Lily & Edward

Kathy G said...

We're getting the cold weather tomorrow. I'm NOT looking forward to it!

Molly TheWally said...

No we think ghosts are not hallucinations but what they are lordy knows. New places it would be all of the above. Don't subscribe to anything just read on line. Yorkshire where the stone wall are exactly like that. Have a marvellous Monday.
Best wishes Molly
Good luck with the exam and study work

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

We think of a nice walk along that dry stone fence... Sniffing and Rolling and stuffs like that. Maybe leaving some nice PEE Mail fur whoever comes along next.

Ruby said...

You are very brave to comment like that after seeing ghosts!! I look for the beauty of nature in places that I visit. In cities, famous landmarks, museums, parks, etc. Don't subscribe to any magazine, everything I read is online. It reminds of a stone wall something that is very ancient.

Sketching with Dogs said...

It's getting much colder across the pond as well. Hope you don't have as bad a Winter as last year and your neighbours keep their poor dogs inside if the weather is bad.
Crossing all our paws you have no problems with your paper or the exam, good luck.
Wow that is incredible that you have seen ghosts, it is something I am very interested in. I have never seen one but interesting things have happened that have made me wonder.
That looks like the kind of dry stone walls they have in England on and around farms.
Lynne x

Sagira said...

We had to turn on our heat as well. BRR!

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