Saturday, January 13, 2018

Aargh!

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Isn't that always the way?

Take a couple of weeks off, and that first week back at work lasts nearly an eternity.

I need some sleep.

Today, I've got nothing.

And what's more...



Perhaps I'll have something for you on Sunday.

Though I'll warn you now, it might be a rerun.

Yup, my brain hurts...




18 comments:

  1. Into my third cup of coffee this morning, checking the local rag, and this comes up. www.kcstar.com/ news/ local/ article/194448504.html ( about a new piece of art on loan to the ww1 museum this year) interesting.

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    1. John Singer Sargent was a marvelous artist, one of my favorites. He actually witnessed that event.

      See it if you can.

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    2. That is a stunning painting. The detail is exquisite, the subject matter is horrific.

      Wow. Didn't know such paintings were still displayed. Thanks for the article.

      (Hint: If you get a 'It No Here' page, just click on the 'News' tab and scroll down, and down, and down. It is there, for today at least.)

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    3. Guess there's the quick and those who missed it.

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    4. I wonder if it will find it’s way to the West Coast.
      My cousins’ grandfather was a gassing victim in WWI.

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  2. December of 85 was the first time(and only time) that I took off three straight weeks for the holidays....coming back to work was like slamming into a wall, what with work being public contact. Oh, it's minus 12 outside my backdoor.... up to plus 6 later on!

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  3. ,,,some times you've just gotta disconnect and coast.
    I'm making myself do it more often, and it helps.

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    1. Well, the blog thing is a "labor of love." The work thing is what pays the bills. I hate taking time off from blogging, but sometimes work just burns out the old brain box.

      So then I'll coast for a day or two. I'm fortunate that Juvat posts every Monday and Tuna will chip in from time to time. So I do get one or two days a week where I don't have to post.

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    2. I don't know how you do it, personally. Your content is so much more than many bloggers have on a daily basis.

      Any word on when LUSH is going to drop a post? I am looking forward to seeing how different her brain is vs yours.

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    3. I've mentioned it to her, seven or eight thousand times, it could happen, just don't know when.

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    4. I’m guessing that full time motherhood x two may have just a little to do with not posting.

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    5. But, but, but... She could toss in a comment once in a while? Please.... It's for the adult children...

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  4. Thanks for posting enough to let us know that you are alive and well, if sore of brain. Post what you can as it works best for you; we ( or at least I ) will still be here checking to see what is on offer.

    Stay warm and well,
    Paul L. Quandt

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  5. Remember Lex's "Talk Amongst Yourselves?" Good way to take a day off- post a problem, and issue, an interesting subject, and let us run with it. Updates on old posts are good material too. Actually writing a post of my own would be more help to you, but I'm under a CR and am contractually limited for now. heh heh.

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