Thursday, 21 October 2010

E is for exploring while expecting emails

I realised with horror this evening that it was Thursday again. Why does life fly past so much more quickly when you are able for a brief respite to revel in the crisis-free bliss of the ordinary?!

So, having no photos of mine own from Tuesday's Bean Birthday and hence none of my wondrous crochet creation, expecting at every moment to receive an email with a friend's photos, I shall have to extend the word explore for this week's Alphabe-Thursday!

Explore the Argory, County Armagh. National Trust property. Choose a spot underneath this chestnut tree at this time of the year and wait for the wind to blow. Stand clear!

13 comments:

Judie said...

Hahaha! Will I need an umbrella to keep from getting conked?

Splendid Little Stars said...

Exploring! What would life be without exploring?! There were chestnut trees in my neighborhood where I grew up, but I don't remember wind-blowing issues. Do you eat the chestnuts?

Su-sieee! Mac said...

E is for exploring. One of the best e's to do. Yep.
:-)
Su-sieee! Mac
This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then.

Pom Pom said...

LOVE the photos. You are fun personified, I think!

Ames said...

Oh do share when you some pictures. Thanks~Ames

sarah said...

lovely post! e is alway for exploring! what could be better than that?!.... blessings...s...

Annesphamily said...

Nice post with a great photo! I always find interesting entertaining posts here! Thank you Come see me soon. Anne

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

Sounds like you made do for your E post quite nicely!

Gumbo Lily said...

I was just looking for acorns yesterday on the golf course, but I think the squirrels have stashed them all. It's getting late for acorns here since snow is on the horizon for us.

Jody

Sue said...

What a beautiful spot!

=)

One Mama said...

Thursdays seem to sneak up on me too. Then I realize that its Tuesday and I haven't even read anyone else's posts! Ah, to get ahead of the game...maybe some day.

Left-Handed Housewife said...

We don't have chestnut trees around here anymore. Lob a chestnut this way, would you?

frances

Jenny said...

Oh wow. Standing 'neath the chestnut tree...

I think I could write a poem about that charming sentence and picture.

What a wonderful, happy stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday.

I am charmed.

And smiling.

Thank you.

A+