Thursday, August 15, 2013

The straight and narrow

I think I'm too easily distracted to follow the straight and narrow path. This one suits me much better

I started to catch up with some of you yesterday but I didn't get very far. Can you guess why?

Yep, I got distracted.

28 comments:

Ginny said...

This road suite you to a T!!! Not straight and narrow, but wouldn't that be just so boring? A little twist here and there is so much more fun!

Duni said...

Great shot, Ann! Is this in your home town?

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

I like this shot too. Life sure is full of distractions! I don't think I have ever gotten everything done that i hoped I would. :) How is that handsome Duke this morning?

Sandra said...

I KNOW I KNOW! you were following the gray brick road.. odd to put a beautiful brick path between to buildings.

Katie, Julep and Derby's Mom said...

Zig zags are so much more fun - we all need to take a break from blog posting pressures and play with our westies ... take a vacation ... and just plain relax.

Katie

Grace said...

I have the attention span of a 2-year old...I would probably walk down that path following the curves - and make myself dizzy and my husband would walk straight down it and laugh at me!

Nancy said...

What a fun photo Ann -- I'm easily distracted as well. :)

Sandee said...

Who cares if you got distracted. Sometimes that's great fun. Enjoy.

Have a fabulous day. My best to Duke. ☺

Christine said...

I enjoyed your fun post but I'd be looking for a seat, LOL!!!i

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Dizzy?

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Dizzy?

BeadedTail said...

How interesting they made a curvy path instead of a straight one! Glad you had your camera with you when you saw it!

Betsy Adams said...

Love those 'curvy' roads in our lives, Ann. Our lives are full of distractions... That's just the way it is!!!!! Enjoy your life --with all of its distractions.

Hugs,
Betsy

Dee said...

That'a a cool path way....distractions can be healthy...enjoy them.

Out on the prairie said...

My path is where it takes me

Marg said...

Oh I love that street. Looks like the way I think, all over the place. It doesn't take much at all to distract me either, so know just how you feel. Take care.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Now where I worked as a patient coordinator at a psychiatric establishment, they'd tell you you suffer from ADD. I say, distraction is good! Keeps you more mentally challenged. Right? MHO

Love the curvy walk too.

Catherine said...

Yup...it's much more fun following a bit more twisted path... :)
xo Catherine

SweetMarie said...

Cool photo! I'm there with you! :)

Donna said...

I STAY distracted!Hahaaa
Happy weekend!
hughugs

Donna said...

haha, a duck in a shooting gallery! I understand all too well!

Eva Ason said...

That's an interesting path :)

Chatty Crone said...

I have been off with you this week Ann! Hope you enjoyed it. sandie

Sheryl Hastings said...

It's not straight, but I like it!

Pat said...

I really like that path!

Connie said...

Hi Ann, there are always things out there to distract us. I can walk through the house to get something, and before I find what I went for, I'm off doing something else. Women leave busy lives . . . we need 36 hour days :)
Have a lovely week,
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Jeanne Pursell said...

Awesome capture Ann!!

You have some terrific sites over there on your sidebar!! Have you ever tried quilling?

SarahGeorge said...

Hi Ann
The new look of your blog is cute. I like this picture too. You always think "out of the box" :). Have fun.

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