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Friday, January 20, 2012

An afternoon at the seashore........

and more dolphins

Last night, I had Thursdays post all ready to go with pictures and a video clip, and then it all vanished. I was correcting some spelling and the entire post was deleted.

Frustrating, don't feel like putting it back together, so you will just have to imagine this......

Sitting at the seashore, on the rocks. watching a pod of dolphins playing in the waves of passing ships and a sailboat gliding by.


  1. Been there... done that... it was wonderful.

  2. The imagery was perfect. Too bad all your work got deleted. I've experienced it - so frustrating.

  3. Love the idea of watching the dolphins. Bummer you post was deleted. Do you compose on blogspot or livewriter? With the later I've never had that problem because it saves regularly.
    Nice photo of you on the ducks site.

  4. I hate it when that happens! But the experience sounds wonderful, especially with the pod of dolphins! :)

  5. Loved the dolphins.

    Sometimes, you can go to "Edit" in your toolbar, then hit "Undo," if you haven't done much in-between then and the loss.

  6. I think I can see it in my mine (LOL).

    BTW...I use the fridge and freezer in my garage. The freezer is only a few years old. Ben and I got it to replace an old chest freezer we had. I keep all of my meats, cheeses, breads, etc. out there because I still buy a lot of things in bulk at Sam's Club even though Ben is not here. That way I don't have to go shopping as much.

  7. Love the picture in my minds eye. Would love to be there.


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