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Monday, July 6, 2009

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Ivo Serentha and Friends said...

My congratulations for an interesting space and inserted images, I encourage you to photoblog http://photosphera01.spaces.live.com

Greetings from Italy, good luck

Marlow

Devika said...

ha! that was an interesting photo and words, Lorraine :)

i am just looking at way you said it...a spark of raw intelligence :)

love,
dev

Kathy said...

And the parade passes by! I only have birds go past my favorite window!

valbrussell said...

Life goes on outside the window as it does inside the window. I wish I could see what they are looking at. :)

Laure said...

the watcher ... all at once present and absent.

Lorraine said...

Thanks Marlow, good look to you too :)

mmm....I like that Dev ;)

me too usually, but because the main street is under construction, my street, which runs parallel gets it all, and I'm very happy with just birds lolthanks Kathy

Hey Val, they're following the parade ;)

well said Laure ;)

Brian Miller said...

good morning. watching throught eh window as all the colorful people walk by...confounded by the last line. hope you have a happy monday.

won't meme you, may drop your name occasionally so that people can enjoy your wonderful photos and verse.

Lorraine said...

LOL you're a sweetie, I'm a loner, not a crowd person :) thanks Brian

namaki said...

en effet ! ils sont bien propres ces carreaux !

RBroeker said...

Oh yeah, I know these who watch from inside and have an eye on those who walk for peace or against poverty, for a football-team or the schützenverein, for church or carneval. Their name is Mrs. and Mr. Everyman. They live Joe-Doe-Road, Middlebrow. Nice one, Lorraine.

Best wishes
Ralf

Siam said...

Tient tu as changé la photo de representation du blog tu es très mimi Lorraine ...Et oui chez toi fini la neige viens le temps ou le corps respire ou les enfants joue à l'extérieur ou les hommes aime ce faire dorer la pilule.

Magyar said...

The crowds thinning... such a relaxing thought!
"It wasn't no crowd;" Ah... the real truth of double-negatives.
_m

The Dark Lord said...

Awesome! One can so relate to what you wrote.. Crowds can become oppressive and overbearing.. The dispersion of crowds is quite a soothing thought!!
Thanks for visiting my blog earlier.. and for the kind comment!

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

I didn't get to our parade this year but did go downtown for the festivities and I can say that the crowds had handfuls of interesting folks, where do they come from, I wonder? And my windows are dirty. Sadness.

Lorraine said...

Namaki, faut bien puisque je prends souvent des photos à travers des fenêtres;)

It's a parade Frank...but yes I'm not a crowd person, I don't walk in groups, I don't chant and march, I'm a loner...I observe ;)

lol Bonjour Siam, tu m'as fait sourire, c'est gentil ;)

lol It wasn't no crowd indeed, well put _M ;)

Oooo the Dark Lord, thank you so much,and I loved visiting your blog, which I will again:)

LOL Hi Lynne, can't afford to have dirty windows, I love watching crowds from a huge distance ;)

valbrussell said...

LOL hahaha... Duh...yeah, I knew that..yeah, it's a parade...lol can I plead idiocy and be done with it Lorraine. =:0 It's now official, there is no hope for me lol hugs

standley said...

Je suis plutôt un solitaire Lorraine. La foule, très peu pour moi. J'attendrai que la parade soit passée avant de sortir!

Lorraine said...

Oh Val, I'm an idiot in oh so many ways, I see I'm in brilliant company, oh but how you can write, who cares about the rest lol

Ha oui ça je comprends lol Merci beaucoup Richard :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

some days are better than others.

Lorraine said...

You've said it Andrew :) thanks a lot!

RBroeker said...

Frank?

Best wishes
Ralf

Lorraine said...

Ooops sorry Ralf ;)