1 EAGLETON NOTES: I Never Get Tired

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Thursday, 4 October 2012

I Never Get Tired

of waking in the morning to the views from my kitchen and study.  I promise that I won't do this every day like I did when I was in Italy.


19 comments:

  1. Since I woke up today to pouring rain outside my windows (AGAIN) ... I really don't mind getting a an alternative view with a glimpse of the sun ;) It seems to have to fight for its right to shine over there, too, though. Very dramatic skies!

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    1. We had an amazing day yesterday in that we chased the rain everywhere yet spend most of the day in the sun.

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  2. Your pictures are just beautiful and it really was the start of a glorious day. Have just got back from our walk to the beach. Stunning day.

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    1. Yes, Pat, when the weather is good here it's very very good but when it is bad it is horrid. Where have I heard that before?

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  3. I think being so near the sea must be heaven! Which island is yours, GB?

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    1. I'm on the Isle of Lewis, Frances. Twenty miles out from the Scottish mainland in the Atlantic.

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  4. Truly beautiful.....I don't think I would ever be tired of seeing that view everyday either...

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    1. No I don't think that you would Virginia.

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  5. Graham, it is good to know that I am not the only one who never tires of the view from their kitchen window... or of posting pictures of it :-)

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    1. No Meike you are by no means the only one and I, for one, hope you keep on posting pictures of your view.

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  6. What glorious photos. Thanks for sharing. xoxo

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  7. And what exactly would be wrong with a post a day from your kitchen window?

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    1. nothing at all is what I think!
      The few times I've been able to visit my cousin on Beaver Island (Lake Michigan), I always come home with a ton of sunrises and sunsets. I can't get enough of water and sky, especially together.

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    2. Well perhaps in the middle of winter people might get very tired of dark greyness!

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  8. Oh my Lord, those are GORGEOUS!!! So dramatic. Actually, it might be kind of fun to see that view change from day to day.

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    1. I certainly never tire of it Lisa and, as a friend who is staying, has just said as I type this, we so seldom get the opportunity to just sit and look and think.

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  9. I think there would be something wrong with anyone who got tired of that view, GB. These are so dramatic - simply spectacular!

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    1. Thanks Pauline. I'm conscious of the fact that just because I'm very enthusiastic about something doesn't mean everyone is. But then I never tire of your walks round the farm or your favourite tree.

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