July 22, 2009


There was a little crisis happening here this morning :: I couldn't find my camera. I looked in all of the obvious places and it was nowhere to be found. I checked all of the rooms in the house :: three times. I checked the garage, the shed, the outdoor tables. Gone. Completely gone. The silly part was that I actually started to panic. How in the world would I be able to do a blog post today without my camera? Fifteen minutes into the search I decided I'd just have to wait until hubby came home from work so the search could continue with a new pair of eyes. I was already late to pick up my mom (have I mentioned to you what a great mom I have?). On our way to our destination I happened to look behind me and there was the camera on the floor in the back seat of my car. How it got there I really have no idea. No recollection whatsoever of having the camera in the car with me. Scary. Anyone else out there in your forties having memory glitches? So all is well now, my camera and I are reunited and I thought I'd show you some photos of the wildflowers that are still going strong.
And just because, here's a photo of our garden kitty surrounded by little rays of sunshine. Hope you are having a beautiful day.


  1. I'm knocking on 30s door and already have those problems. Sheesh. :)

  2. OMGoodness - much too often. Now if only I could be lucky enough to look in the back seat of my car and find a missing passport and imp. paperwork.... yikes!!!

  3. Certainly not wishing this on anyone else, but glad I'm not alone!

    Mel - load up on those Omega 3's :) In my late twenties I blamed it on pregnancy and childrearing.

    Annette - hope you found your passport :)


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