Sunday, January 02, 2011

slipping into the new year

Have you slid into the new year yet?


The time train is rolling along.  Sometimes it seems that it doesn't even stop to let us on or off.



No time for just grazing in the grass.



It's fun to roll along quickly at times.



But other times I like to reflect on the journey and just rock.




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21 comments:

Kristina P. said...

It always surprises me how fast time flies by.

unknownmami said...

Happy New Year!

"Time keeps on slippin' into the future."

Marlaahansen said...

Great photos and love the commentary. Happy New Year!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Sometimes I like to "reflect on the journey and just rock" too. Hard to believe we're into a new decade already. I'm still trying to get used to the whole "twenty-whatever-the-year-us" thing.

Happy SIMC and Happy New Year! jj

lisleman said...

"Fly Like an Eagle" by Steve Miller Band - I wish I thought of that song for this - very good

Sonya said...

Time is my enemy sometimes..I never have enough of it and can't figure out how to use it wisely. Happy New Year!

BLOGitse said...

The only thing we know about the future is that it will be different.
- Peter Drucker -
Happy this year!

TechnoBabe said...

What a great train. Trains are for everyone, young and old. I am fascinated with them. That is a nice picture of kids watching the model train, a large size train too.

TechnoBabe said...

What a great train. Trains are for everyone, young and old. I am fascinated with them. That is a nice picture of kids watching the model train, a large size train too.

Thisstopwilloughby said...

I haven't had to put the date on anything since the new year started, but I'll likely be writing 2010 for another month or two.

lisleman said...

you know that's another advantage of online bill paying since the most common place I wrote the wrong date was on checks. We don't write very many of those anymore.

lisleman said...

I enjoyed watching them too. We took two of our grandkids to see the special display. As with many things watching their expressions is as much or more fun than watching the event. thanks

Barbara said...

I wish my train would slow down!

Jen G. said...

hope the year treats you well!

secret agent woman said...

Definitely - I was ready for the last one to end. Is that photo with the goat in Switzerland? It looks very Alpine.

lisleman said...

I can understand why you felt that way. No the picture is from Montana. Can you guess the National Park there?

secret agent woman said...

I'd say Glacier, only because I had friends who worked there. But I know little about the non-coastal states, having grown up in a Navy family.

lisleman said...

you are right. Beautiful place. thanks for playing along with the guess.

savannah said...

Last photo is Magnolia Place Inn 503 Whittaker St! I knew that porch looked familiar, sugar! ;~D xoxoxo

lisleman said...

yowza - you nailed it with the name and address - amazing. I figured you would just say it looks like one of the B&B's in Savannah. very good. Great B&B

Guest said...

Watching the faces of grandkids and sharing their joy is one of our rewards
as parents to become grandparents.

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