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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Time to Travel

Today I will take the bus into Rio to meet Camillo, for some good food and wine, to attend the International Women's club on Friday, and on Saturday we will help friends celebrate their 17 wedding anniversary. Over much advice from friends and relatives I have avoided this women's club. Now, on my anniversary of 6 years in Brasil, it seems the time to try and meet some new friends. We can talk another time about why I have avoided it, my reasons and excuses, but for today this is enough - to plan to go to the meeting.
I tried something new with the blog - I wrote and scheduled Friday's shoot-out to publish without my help so I can travel without my computer. I hope it works and you will not be disappointed.
Just in case, I give you a flower from my garden.


  1. Hi Ginger, I stumbled onto your blog today, and am very impressed. My wife and I live in St. Augustine, Fl. One of my daughters opened a blog for me a few months ago, and told me she wanted me to post my fishing adventures there. I have enjoyed it, and have found that it is very theraputic, while it allows me to relive recent and not so recent adventures. The blog site is foreverfishingfriends.blogspot.com It has even inspired me to write poetry again. There are a few posted there.
    Your blog is very refreshing. Thanks for your efforts. Gordon Hand

  2. Hope you have a good time!

    I have looked into scheduling our Friday shoot out post in advance, but never had a lot of time to study it. Let me know how it works.

    Love that beautiful flower.

  3. I love that georgeous pink Mandevilla GingerV!!
    You are an inspiration and visiting your blog today made me feel so much better :)

    Steady On
    Reggie Girl

  4. I tried seveal times to grow a mandevilla in Houston and it never survived the winter, here after two years in the ground it gives almost consstant blooms. I was missing your comments good to see you back.

  5. Thanks for your comment about the real world...I'm thinking it is all real, I guess. Helping each other think about things and see things in new ways...how much real can it be?