I seem to be unable to do more than sleep all of a sudden. It's like someone is sneaking sedatives into my morning coffee. I wake up, get PR off to school and fall back to sleep until it's time to pick him up again. I never sleep this much when I'm sick … this year's version of the plague has seriously knocked me on my ass.
Hopefully I'll feel human again by tomorrow.
I have a story to tell you, but no energy to tell it.
Instead, I offer you a few recent photos to hold you over for another day.
Thank you for your patience, by the way.
We have clear, very windy, weather right now, but a couple weeks ago there was fog at the beach.
In fact, I thought this other couple was a little smarter:
Here's a photo of the boardwalk by the Huntington Beach pier.
The last photo I want to share with you today is one I took last spring. I keep staring and staring at it in my photo library, but for some reason I've never shared it.
I took this photo in San Diego county.
It's a Danish style building. It's located about a a block from the ocean. I was on a small hill looking down towards the building when I took this photo. The fog was rolling in from the ocean, but had not yet enveloped the building.
I don't know why, but this photo captivates me. I find myself staring at it again and again.
I hope you like it too.
© Twenty Four At Heart