Thursday, October 09, 2008

When I look at this picture
of the boat floating on a serene sea,
it is like taking a deep breath of calm.

19 comments:

tsduff said...

Now I'm stressed because all my blogroll just disappeared. Guess I have achieved hermit-dom.

Tom & Icy said...

I bet the guys in the boat are breathing a breath of calm now that they are back near the shore.

Doug said...

We can still find you, Terry.

Ariel the Thief said...

Scenes like that make me think of the movie Jaws.

Sorry about the technical issues. I always use other people's blogrolls. :)

SOe said...

Oh, yes, I could need a bit calm! Everything is stormy right now in Iceland. I hope, we will survive the storm!

Anonymous said...

feel a road trip in the air...XoXo

Sreddy Yen said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog. I like the "thoughts for the day" and poems which you post.
Sreddy

javajazz said...

and when i look at that picture,
i figure that's what would happen to me
if i tried sailing....

you lost your blogroll?
funny, so did I...!!!

javajazz said...

actually, um, i think its still there...
perhaps you are hallucinating
after having been at sea for so long
without a paddle...

yellowdog granny said...

i took a nice calm breath and started a coughing fit..i think i have walking death plague

javajazz said...

birdy num nums....

sister celtic said...

How beautiful...I wish you'd write the words to our photo's Pleeeeeze!

sister celtic said...

Oh now that I'm private I miss everyone so much except El Diablo posting..Do you still come visit my 0 zero comments zone! giggle Imran still comes...

Dr.John said...

Everyone can use a moment or two of calm. Thanks for both the picture and the thought.

Ariel the Thief said...

It's back. Phew!

DJ Kirkby said...

Oh those are just the most perfect words for that photo... I have posted the next excerpt of The Plump WAG's Club. Your comments would be very much appreciated again. I also have some very exciting news about my non fiction novel coming soon but I will post that either on my Zaftig to Aspie' blog or over on my 'Chez Aspie' blog..or both! :) xo

Fred said...

And nowadays, this is just what we need.

I don't need to click on my blogroll to get here anymore, the Black Box does it for me.

tsduff said...

TOM & Icy = I can see that you both aren't much on sailing... not to worry :) Either am I. I prefer to watch from the shore :)

Doug - Thank goodness I can still click on your comment links to get back to your blogs... Otherwise I would go mad!

Ariel the Thief - Jaws was one of the most absolute best movies of the seventies! I'm ashamed that I am so ignorant of the movies of Hungary - forgive me. I never saw a single shark whilst up in the San Juan Islands of Washington... although we did see some Orca (Killer) whales from that same window view, and we also saw 5 sea otters.

Unfortunately the blogroll thingy isn't working yet, so I have to wing it.

SOe - I think Iceland will weather this storm better than the US - in fact I'm seriously considering buying a summer home to stay in there with these great prices! Now all I have to do is learn to make a living in Iceland!

My Love - I think Florida is on the next destination. Tobin did well in the truck on the way to Washington: what's a trip by truck to Florida? (If he doesn't make it, at least we'll know we didn't abandon him).xoxo

Sreddy Yen - what a joy to have you comment here. Thanks a bunch - your pictures and poetry make my day. Your stories *i.e. Jack and the Beanstalk* are superb :) Keep up the good work.

JJ - Blogrolls are scary... I lost my sense of security when I lost my blogroll :( Now how on earth will I ever remember all my friends?

I HAVE been at sea without a paddle, but somehow I think that has nothing to do with my hallucinations... heh heh.

Yellowdog Granny - Oh dear. Sorry dear - didn't mean to begin a hacking war...at this point I'm not sure who would actually win, although you take the cake for longest suffering.

JJ - what the heck? Are you talking about the peanuts I throw to my jays everyday? Or merely the seagulls and cormorants out there eating crab guts on the rocks?

Sister Celtic: HAH! Like you and your Sweetie need my help. Gee whiz, give me a break. You guys have the Island locked in!

Mz. Sister Celtic - I had so much so much trouble trying to get to your blog space... it kept giving me errors one after the other, so I gave up to only a day or two at a time jest... I think it is fixed now.

Dr. John - thank YOU so much for your always optimistic comments. Truly you are one of a kind in today's random blogoshpere.

Ariel the Thief = Alas, look at my post above... :( but also thanks for the great enthusiasm.

DJ Kirkby: Read the Plump WAGs Club - and enjoyed every minute of it very thoroughly. You are a great writer - may it carry on! :)

Fred - I too love that black box! Brings many nice adventures, including some folks whom I 've continued with general correspondence, She may be right... I've been so tired on some of the checks how could they have possibly known any diffrence

Jamie Dawn said...

If you could package the feeling that this photo imparts, you'd be rich.
Calm... by Terry.
Ahhhhh.