Thursday, May 26, 2011

Night off

I'm taking the night off. I'm going to clean out my email and schedule this post then I'm taking the rest of the night to do something else. I could blame it on the stormy weather but the simple fact is I just don't feel like it today.
I'm leaving the dandelions to keep you company though.

21 comments:

BeadedTail said...

I'm feeling like taking a night off too. I hope you enjoy your evening off! The dandelion photo is lovely!

Tanyia said...

have a great night away, Sis!

Ginny said...

You didn't really take the day off, because you talked to us and gave us a pretty picture. My love of dandelions is legendary, and I have a post coming up on it! Have a good night!

Chatty Crone said...

Have fun!

Helen said...

Ah, Choo! sorry to hear your area had rain. We're in the Delaware Valley had two gorgeous days in a row.

good night!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Have a nice evening, Ann.... BUT--I'll let you KEEP that Dandelion... We do everything we can to get rid of them in our yard.... ha
Hugs,
Betsy

Grace said...

That photo is just one big smile!

tahtimbo said...

That's a terrific photo! Unfortunately, we have a lot of those little guys in our yard :)
I hope you have a relaxing evening!

Anny said...

Everyone should take the night off once in a while away from them puters.. hehhehehee.. thanks for leaving such a pretty yellow to keep us company!

Josep said...

What a lovely photo. You did more today than I did last week in my blog :)

Jen said...

Well I suppose we can let you off the hook just this once (I'm betting Catherine will have a low grade urge to weed your post though *giggle* ;o)

FishHawk said...

On your time off, you and Duke would do well to go out and pick some Dandelion buds before they bloom. For they taste just like morel mushrooms when flour-battered and deep-fried.

Russ said...

Great job Ann. I kind of did the same thing. Only thing I decided to do a post and ramble on a bit.

Ann said...

Lovely pic! I'm glad I'm not the only one who finds dandys attractive. I know they can be a big pain to most, but at this stage they're actually cheerful, especially when I drive by a whole field of them. Then I don't feel the need to go dig them all out. :)

Sandra said...

thanks for the "company" I really enjoyed it. i am not on here at night anyway, i do my blogging from 6 am to 3 pm and rarely get on after that so i did not know i had company during then night until NOw. beautiful shot.

Catherine said...

Thanks friend ~ but I have plenty of my own! :)
xo Catherine

Donna said...

I hear 'ya!
Hope you rested!
hughugs

Duni said...

We are currently experiencing storms and rain, plus it's cold again...I didn't get all that much done today :(
Oh well. Have a fab weekend!

Sandee said...

Everyone needs a break now and then.

We are going to the island this weekend so I'll be out of the loop until Tuesday. Just thought you should know since I'm always over here when you post.

Have a terrific day and weekend. My very best to Duke. :)

Doris Sturm said...

I love dandelions. They are highly underrated...great photo!

Kloggers/Polly said...

Lovely pictures Ann - but the eyes of the bird do look a little strange. There is a magpie that comes into my garden with one eye very similar to this and he cannot see out of it. He only has sight in his other eye.

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