We've all had the negative side of that experience, so when the positive slides right into your day, allowing you to accomplish exactly what you were hoping for, with a minimum of fuss, the day, no matter the weather, turns into a shining one. Even if it means you have gotten things taken care of so quickly that you have six hours to while away because that is when the next ferry arrives to take you home. But the high of success goes a long way. So does running into someone whom you haven't had a chance to say more than a fleeting hello over months and months. Catching up moves time along and time passers are good in a place where waiting with calm patience is an art form.
|The no longer full but still quite round moon was still making an appearance.|
|El Yunque looked like it was covered with snow. Surprise! It wasn't.|
|This old wreck never fails to get my attention. You've seen it here before and you will again.|
|I wish I'd gotten a shot of the front of this police car. Those lights (flashing blue and green) underneath were carnival impressive, the ones on the dash and headlights made it complete. A toy police vehicle, full size.|
|Home again, back to my peaceful yard. I did a happy dance while Spike had his bath.|