I truly think that there is more beauty in imperfection than perfection, for it is the imperfect things that truly make us beautiful. --me
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Sep 20, 2008

Black-Eyed Susan

I am up and running. My laptop is home and my internet is working again. I have been going through withdrawal. I enjoy my blogging. I rely to much on the internet to track my account balances and then there is my email, well my personal email. I have a gmail account for my blogging but my address that I use with my family and friends I can only access through my laptop. We rarely have problems and usually if I have to log onto my internet provider (I have a cable modem) we usually have to call and get them to assign a new password because we can never seem to remember the password we have on file. I think I remedied this the last time this happened but then again I haven't actually signed into the homepage since this happened. Maybe I should do this sometime really soon.


I went to a nature center in Howell today. I didn't get as many pictures as I would have liked because my stomach decided to disagree with me and I wasn't up to the task I had set for myself. (The picture above is from the Sarett Nature Center in Benton Harbor though.) I am hoping to go back to Howell soon and take advantage of some of the wonderful opportunities that are out there. I think I might try to go the first weekend of October. Next weekend is my hubby's birthday and we are going out to the Michigan Renaissance Festival for that. Then we hopefully go to Benton Harbor/St. Joseph to see the lake and to go to the apple orchard with family over on that side of the state. I should be stocked up on photos for a while. I look forward to these trips as well as to my sharing my images with all my blogging friends. Hope your weekend is blessed.


Louise said...

I love your quote at the top. I hope it hasn't been there for months (or weeks) and I've just now noticed it!

Beautiful Black-eyed Susan capture! Yellows are difficult for me, especially with the dark background. Yours is wonderful.

Shellmo said...

I always enjoy your flower photos! Looking forward to seeing the Mich. Rennaissance photos too - that should be fun!!

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