Thursday, November 16, 2006


Pretty sunrise this morning!

Too bad the day had to be ruined by that stupid thing called Work....

If you won the lottery tomorrow - would you keep your job? I wouldn't. What would you do with your time? I'd love to open and bed & breakfast.


Blogger Tainted Rose said...

Wow so beautiful! If I won the lottery I would call my boss tomorrow and say screw you guys!! I hate you all and hang up. lol

7:54 PM  
Blogger Cyndi said...

Great colors, Jeff. If I won the lottery I'd be "outta here." There's so much of this world to see! a huge diesel-pusher motor home (with a giant kitchen, of course) and I'd be gone.

9:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I never seem to have a camera ready when I see things like that. Something I have to work on in the next year.

As for the lottery question ... I'd take the sensible route first and pay off my debts. After that I'd pay off my parents and brothers' debts. Once I've got that out of the way, I'd go shopping for a LONG LONG LONG time! lol.

12:58 AM  
Blogger Tink said...

Guess that saying is true about red skies in the morning eh? I know NC got pretty beat up. Hope things were okay in your area. Up here (CT) wasn't too, too bad.

Beautiful pictures, nice that I get to see a sunrise once in a while. I hardly ever see them in real life.

Oh and I would quit my job in a red hot second. Not sure what I would do after that. I have an idea in my head for a store that I will never be able to open, that might be cool.

At first I would just travel since my wee one is not in school yet and totally digs going places with us.

5:10 PM  
Blogger MeBeth said...

Yep. I love my job but I don't think I'd be able to go in five days a week knowing I didn't need to work. I think I'd have to spend at least a year travelling!

7:43 PM  
Blogger Urdarbrunnr said...

Sue's Husky Ranch! But you already knew that.

Boss Lady would be so history.

5:17 PM  
Blogger Barbara (Biscuit Girl) said...

Beautiful sunrise!

If I won the lottery, I'd pay off our mortgage, my nephew's student loans, quit my job and buy a beach house in Florida.

5:54 PM  
Blogger Jeff in MD said...

Hi tainted rose - now that would be fun!

hey cyndi - i'm with you. i'd ask Joe if we could buy a big rv, pack up the dogs and miss kitty, and head off to see the rest of the country. great idea!

hey mike - sensible route, eh? i'm impressed! I didn't see "And then I'd pay off Jeff & Joe's mortgage!", but I am sure it was an oversight on your part. Right? :p

hi tink - where about sin CT? I lived in Fairfield for a few years in the mid-90's. Beaufitul part of the country. Take lots of pics of th wee one and your travels!

hi mebeth - you could always buy mario's restaurant and have him work for you :p Hee hee...

hey sk - but of course! and you can have an honorary white fluffy dog as a ranch hand. I'd say he was well-trained, but, welll, he's not. He's the Devil with paws....

hey barbara - we'd buy at leats 1 house in florida, in orlando! And I'd make Joe take me to Disney World at least once a month :p

8:24 PM  
Blogger Tink said...

Ahh I grew up in Westport and Fairfield. Currently I live in Stratford.

Very small world! Now I want to quiz you and know what you did around here. That and of course if we know some of the same people. You never know!

6:42 PM  
Blogger Jeff in MD said...

I lived in Fairfield and worked for what then was Prudential Home Mortgage in Wesport. How funny.

I lived in an apartment above a psychotherapy center on Tunxis Hill Road in Fairfield, across from a fantastic pizza place called Eduardo's. They had the best pizza. I got to know the owners very well, and actually worked there occassionally on weekends, the weekends.

I think the office was on Old Post Road in Westport.

I used to go to Stew Leonards all the time and loved that place.

7:50 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home