I thought of that when I looked at the photos in our camera yesterday, looking at all the moments one (and by one I mean Mistah) captures during the course of the Continuum of this life we're living, moments along the way.
I was feeling very deep yesterday.
So! In honor of the great Continuum, let's take up where we left off last week . . .
tree, straightened out for you, Christine.
GGG Hank Williams tribute CD with the amaryllis Mumsie gave me for Christmas, which Mistah finally planted for me.
(Renee, spying it under our tree in December: "Did you get an onion for Christmas?")
Wait, let me answer that. Life can be more perfect . . .
Ledgie Loo . . .
And speaking of Ledgie, Mistah has found -- and become completely enamored of -- the weather station fixed atop ol' Ledgie Light herself, right out there at the Mouth of the Thames River, which we check on constantly. Nay, continually. And there's a live-cam from the UConn Avery Point Weather Station which one can actually steer oneself, to look around:
Wait, we can do that inside our house already . . .
Finally, my favorite. This guy:
I texted our neighbor:
-- I just hired your bro-in-law to snowblow the Westy out.
-- My bro-in-law?
-- He's outside your house!
They didn't even know he was out there; he was just shoveling snow without fanfare. And then he wouldn't take my money. Which just goes to show you how exactly unlike me he is.
Oh Westy. Poor you. Remember the good ol' days?
Yeah, me too. I remember them, too.
But in the meantime! Here we are. In the Continuum. And I think it's vitally important to remember these very wise words someone -- me! -- just made up: