Thursday, November 01, 2007

Why I Live In Vermont

I took this photograph this evening while driving home on my road, two miles east of my house. Bald Mountain in Westmore is the taller mountain on the left. Haystack Mountain is the bump on the right of the rainbow. The Labrecque Farm is in the foreground. We may have our first snow this weekend. Jay Peak's first snow was last weekend.

I am still feeling poorly. I come home from work and go to bed. I have not visited anyone in days, and I apologize. I am slowly getting better, but still have no energy to do anything after work. Thank you for understanding. I will respond to all of you very generous and kind people this weekend.

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6 comments:

  1. Wow! That's much better than my rainbow photos!
    Feel better soon. :)

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  2. You can almost see the pot of gold ;) I hope you feel better soon. :)

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  3. Andree, are you not well? I'm sorry to hear that. Hope it's not too serious and that you are up and about soon.

    What a beautiful part of America you live in. I love rainbows, they're such a happy part of nature, I reckon.

    You take care of yourself and we'll see you when you feel better.

    Hugs

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  4. I am sorry to hear you haven't been well. Take care of yourself and thank you for a little slice of Vermont. I had to show my husband and we both felt a little bit better for a look at what we are missing.

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  5. This iz a furry nice pic. Momee likes it & she iz sooo pixy about pics. We are sorry you iz feelin' under da radar. I yam sending lots o' healin' thoughts your way.

    -Dr Tweety

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  6. I'm sorry to hear you aren't well. Get well soon and don't try to do too much before you are ready. Take care.

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