Before I go on with this stream of consciousness blog entry, I want to personally thank Nookworm and Suzie for always coming here and seeing what I'm going on about. I've been blogging for about 11 years and I can always count on you two ladies for an intelligent comment. I don't mean to slight anybody else who may stop by here from time to time. I just want to say that I appreciate you ladies and your efforts! Thank you so much!
Boy do I have a lot of pictures and I still like to take pictures but Arlene and I don't take our little day trips like we 10-15 years ago. I suppose the trips to Martha's Vineyard took the place of trips to New Hampshire, Maine and the rest of New England except Connecticut. Nothing against Connecticut but that's the way things worked out.
I remember the time, 10 years ago, we took a ride to the western part of Massachusetts. I think we were headed to Mt. Greylock, the highest point in the state. We went out to the western part of the state a couple of times. The western part of the state is quite rural save for a few cities with 20 to 100,000 people. Anyway it was the fall in western Massachusetts on and or near Mt. Greylock.
It's a whole different world from where I live. I know I've posted these next pictures before but I am about to delete them from my computer.
Ok It's been about two weeks since I wrote the above I have started two other blogs before I finally came back to this one. I guess I'll just finish it. Arlene and I will be going back to Martha's Vineyard for a few days in a few weeks. We really are looking forward to it. Arlene is feeling much better. It's been about 10 months since her surgery and she has had her good days and her bad days but her good days have been more frequent in the last few months. The reservation are made. Even though there are many seafood restaurants in the area I still can't wait to have the sea scallop dish I had at a particular restaurant a couple of years ago. I have not forgotten that evening. We ate outdoors on a balcony overlooking the harbor facing west as the sun set. It was magical.
I'm going to wrap this baby up. I have missed blogging but I seemed to get stuck in neutral. I'm gonna try to jam it back in gear.
I'm outta here.