"You come by your style by learning what to leave out. At first you tend to overwrite--embellishment instead of insight"--Billy Collins
That's funny, my husband and I were just talking about the possibility of moving there.Texas is pretty close though.
Looks GORGEOUS. It's been weirdly cold in the Carolinas for the past few weeks - warm weather sounds REALLY enticing!
I saw a recent documentary on monitors. They are quite disgusting, and big, and strong, and would probably eat those poor ox. Not sure a random, chance encounter with IT would be worth the picture of THAT.
I am noticing a growing obsession of yours to covet pictures of virtually anyplace closer to the equator than New York. It might just be time to consider making the move to South Florida. It's my understanding that if you move there from New York City and meet the criteria of being of retirement age, and having rarely driven a car of your own, that the state will issue you the largest sedan that money can buy to take onto the Turnpike at 90 miles an hour.
It's snowing AGAIN in NJ. I'm all for Mexico in winter, um, and early spring. It's March !
Dear Ms ReidSomebody ought to iron that iguana. He looks like he slept in those duds.d
Ok, so I'm confused about that last picture. What exactly is that scattered all over the ground? The more I look at it the more it looks like a plague of small red crustaceans. I'm from New Orleans. We eat stuff like that. :)
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