Thursday, May 31, 2018

Hmmm ... did I ever post this?

So I was scrolling back through my pictures looking for something else when I stumbled across this ...


It was a Christmas 2016 gift, the quote taken from a t-shirt much admired (and aspired to) by its recipient. I think I held off posting until it was received ... ah well, better late than never.

So, a bit of recycled patchplay for your viewing pleasure and mine as we are soon headed to the island alluded to in the quote. I'm counting the days ...

And a note for Blogger users:

For reasons unknown, Blogger is no longer sending email notifications of new comments. 

So, if you are a Blogger author, you might want to check the Comments section of your dashboard. I've added that to my daily email checking routine.

If you are a Blogger reader, you might want to send an email with this info if you have commented on a Blogger post in the past week and it has yet to receive a response from the author.

10 comments:

Mo Crow said...

fairfarren!

Liz A said...

Thanks Mo ... can't wait to get some sand between my toes and some shells in my pockets

Barry said...

Hi LA - I think blogger is just trying to set it up so it can shut it down. That would be bad as I like looking at the detail of what folk are doing. Go well. B

Liz A said...

Barry - I agree ... that or they are getting ready to offer an "enhanced" version of Blogger for a fee in which they put back what they've taken out

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

is the quote your words?

Liz A said...

Grace - H and I were shopping together and she pointed out a t-shirt she said she could really relate to. So I snapped a picture, tweaked the words a bit, and made this piece.

Nancy said...

A quote to live by! Your squares hold so much! Peace, skies, flowers, roads...and dreams!

Fiona Dempster said...

Wishing you happy island time Liz - and thanks for the heads up re blogger comments. Can't believe it! I am so sorry for all my blogging folk who I didn't know had commented...

Liz A said...

Nancy - I always imagined we would retire to the beach ... but we landed 1000' feet above sea level. Go figure.

Fiona - thank you ... Avon on North Carolina's Outer Banks has been my heart's home for over 30 years.

Liz A said...

P.S. On the Blogger comment snafu ... I'm sure word is slowly getting out and all those affected will understand