Reflecting on what I learn, including the stuff that's whack--
You too! I think I'll steer clear of the sidewalk cafes though - too hot & humid here!
Ann:You and Miss Ellen take it easy out there for the next 72 hours...And those sidewalks cafes look SO inviting.
Dear The Bug,Thank you! These pictures were taken in the afternoon-which is why all the chairs are empty--too blazing hot!But in the evening, with some icy drinks and good company, they may well be filled . . .Thanks for stopping in!Ann T.
Dear Bob,Miss Ellen and I definitely have some dates planned. Wouldn't it be fun to sit out there and people-watch? With good company and so forth.Take care and Happy Days!Thanks for writing in.Ann T.
I love all the fresh colors! How nice it would be to people watch from any of them! A nice weekend to you Ann T!
I like this... made me smile. Thanks!BTW... I'm still not finished with your posts about Lincoln. They are fascinating... and very informative. I'm a Lincoln history buff... but have found out recently there's far more to him than what I used to think.
We have tons of sidewalk cafes down here Annie. I have two or three favorites I want to take you to when you finally get here!!
Dear Gia,Thank you! I did want something colorful today. I have been so serious on this blog Lately . . .Happy Weekend!Ann T.
Dear BobKat,I'm glad you got a smile out of it!Dear peedee,I haven't commented over at your place yet. Oh, I love a sidewalk cafe, especially for the people-watching.Keep getting well! Muah!Ann
Ann T:Nice work with the camera. Sometimes the best shots are the simple shots.The Observer
Dear The Observer,Thank you very much. A digital camera is better than sliced bread. For sure.LOL,Ann T.
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