Sunday, January 31, 2010

One Single Impression: Blowing the Curve

Don't do what I did: keep both feet on the ground!

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14 comments:

  1. That's cute, Andrée. You learned fast to be sitting down first when you take a picture of your snowshoe in the air. There's just too much more to learn though.
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  2. I remember going snowshoeing with the old, huge ones and I spent more time in the snow than on the snow!

    Cute poem!

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  3. I couldn't even do that, Andree. At least the snow would have been a soft, if somewhat wet, landing.

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  4. but at least your shutter is fast...

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  5. Oh, but it is full of laughs and fun! This made me smile. Thank you!

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  6. This has me smiling this evening. It seems like the learning curve gets longer as we get older too.

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  7. Thanks goodness you have a high shutter speed. Definitely one of those do not try this at home tricks, at least for me. thanks for the humor, and the humility.

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  8. hi andree, this is very sweet.. a learning curve.. :) its a good write up! :)

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  9. umm, could u tell me please if my prompt contribution for single has been recd by u or sandy @ the osi mail?

    i've sent it twice, but not got a reply from you as yet, and i didnt want to miss out. :)

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  10. Good for you for doing that- regardless of the learning curve!!! Way to go!

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  11. I hope you righted yourself and got to enjoy the outdoors. Fun poem, my friend.

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  12. Never tried snowshoeing, but oh how many yard sales I have held while skiing... Fun take on the theme!

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