“Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them.” – Albert Einstein

After sorting, rearranging, pondering and occasionally deleting the drafts I had sitting around, I have decided that I don’t really feel like saying anything relevant today.  The weather is sufficiently moody for deep pondering – dark, rainy, and gloomy – but the contemplative state of mind just isn’t falling in with the program.  The sum total of my ambition for today revolves around polishing the edges of a couple of protocols for distribution, revising some procedures that are in some serious need of revision, and going to the mall with my husband and my son.  I am not much of a mall person, but a coffee and a mindless walk in the temple of materialism seem like just the antidote to the current state of blahs.  A times, the most satisfying things to contemplate are how I am going to put up Harry’s swing in the backyard tomorrow, and whether or not I feel like watching that “Eureka” marathon I have saved up on the Tivo.  Sometimes, it is good just to be a shallow American suburbanite.

So, in lieu of anything of real substance, I can give you something of surpassing loveliness:

James and Sarah Gibson

I present to you, James and Sarah Gibson.  Way to go, baby brother! 


And if natural beauty is more your style, the wedding site was almost, just almost, as breathtaking as the bride:

West Park, NY


And, quite possibly, the second loveliest lady at the wedding:

My niece, Jules

Once again proving that the Gibson Girls can produce some awfully cute kids.

Have a good weekend.

September 22nd, 2006 at 12:48 pm
5 Responses to “Never expect real work on Mondays or Fridays”
  1. 1
    Sarah Says:

    I promise you, you feel like watching the Eureka marathon. It really is good.

    Your brother not only has a lovely wife, she has a great name!

  2. 2
    Sheila Says:

    Lovely bride, lovely dress, love the location. Hope you got to watch Eureka, its my new favorite show.

  3. 3
    Evil Sara Says:

    That’s what the monday meme is for.

    And beautiful pics – it looked like a lovely event.

  4. 4
    Kat Says:

    Haven’t watched Eureka. Still haven’t watched this past week’s Stargates. Halfway done with the Greek Fire book — but started on What’s Under Table Rock, anyway. What the heck. Your family makes beautiful girls, lady.

  5. 5
    Robbin Says:

    You should see my brother Eric’s girls. Way, way too cute.