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:

  1. 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!

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

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  3. 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?

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

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  5. 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

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  6. 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!

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

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

    Have a fabulous day. My best to Duke. ☺

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

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

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  11. 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

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

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  13. 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.

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  14. 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.

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

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

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  17. I STAY distracted!Hahaaa
    Happy weekend!
    hughugs

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

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  19. That's an interesting path :)

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

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  21. 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 :)

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  22. Awesome capture Ann!!

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

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  23. 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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