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Sunday, October 29, 2006

Saturday AM

This is what the sky looked like when I got up for work on Saturday morning. I didn't join Saturday Sky because I am usually at work all day and seldom if ever post on Saturdays. But I had to take this picture to share with you. It was nice to see a pretty sky before being shut up at work all day; it was about all the sky I saw since I didn't get home until after 8:00 last night. I really enjoy the sky when I'm not at work; I love to see the progression of the day. That is one of the nicest things about being off. Today it's overcast and a bit drizzly, but even this is lovely to watch. And I do enjoy all of your Saturday Sky posts!

Today when I woke up I was thinking about spinning. Doesn't everyone spin for half an hour before breakfast?


Blogger margene said...

The colors of your sky are beautiful! It's nice to have the morning light again (I know you don't change time so you haven't missed it);-)
I think about spinning constantly. I did spin for about 2 hours before breakfast today!

8:34 PM  
Anonymous janine said...

I have to admit that I either knit or spin while waiting for my daughter to be ready to go to school. Which one depends on how I feel.

4:15 AM  
Anonymous Annie said...

That is a beautiful sky! Hmmm, spinning and some coffee. Sounds good to me.

5:45 AM  
Blogger Roxie said...

I need my breakfast first thing. Even just tea and a piece of bread. I get too cranky and irrational without a little something to start the day. But I have spun before getting dressed. I have spun instead of eating dinner. I have put on a recorded book and spun for six hours straight with only potty breaks. It's addictive!!

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Kelly said...

What a beautiful sky!

4:13 PM  
Anonymous Dipsy D. said...

Awww - this pic is so beautiful, really artsy, and the colors are definitely an inspiration!

11:51 PM  

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