. . . and he’s not receiving a warm welcome. As my friend and fellow blogger, Shoreacres mentioned to me in an email, we are hoping this is not the “Ghost of Isaac”, the storm that flattened everything on Galveston Island, TX so many years ago. But let’s not be thinking that way.
Good morning, friends, faithful readers, and first-timers. Do you feel neglected? If so, please accept my apology this morning. By way of explanation, just let me say that I’ve been digging my way out of a mountain of paperwork, now reduced to a molehill, while feeling a little puny all week. Puny. That’s a good word, a word my father used in reference to being just a little under the weather.
I am doing some research into different areas of media. Since your input has proved invaluable to me in the past, I am turning to you once more for your input.
That is where I’ve been, and that’s why you’ve not heard much from me the past week. Well, I wasn’t gone a whole week, but I had lots of desk work to clear up before I could leave. Monday, I needed to rest and recuperate, so here I am with a little review of the highlights.
So, you never know what you might encounter on a Bayou Woman Adventure. Darlene and I decided we would call this one a Bayou Belle-Bayou Woman Adventure. And Christy? She was the quiet one who basically had the adventure of her life, no matter what we call it!
Busy, busy, busy, I have been. But any time I’m on the water, it’s a good busy! This story is definitely a two-parter, and this morning I’m struggling with which images to share with you. I took close to one hundred images on Monday’s tour with an amazing young woman photographer named Christy S., who is definitely going places with her artistic abilities.