~ A Change of Venue ~

My Captain and I had a bit of  work  scheduled at Pop-Pop’s Beach Cottage this weekend.  It was wonderful to have a breath of fresh air and a change of venue.  It totally recharged our batteries, even if we were working!

I won’t bore you with the particular details of it, but instead will gloss it over with pictures of the sand and surf!

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It’s ironic how keenly opposites attract.  Some people are of a naturally serious disposition.

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These are the do-ers in life.

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The ones who get things done.

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These are the people who fix all the woes on this earth.

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And then there is the other kind of people.  The ones who are rarely serious.  The ones who tend to, er, CAUSE, the woes on this earth.

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But 9 times out of 10 these two completely different kinds of people find each other and mate.  Why?  Why does this happen so regularly?

Obviously because God has a very twisted and warped sense of humor.

God bless him!

God bless God?

Go with it, I’m on a roll.

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2 thoughts on “~ A Change of Venue ~

  1. I swear when you look up Yin-Yang in Wikipedia there’s a photo of Troy and Pam. Good on y’all. Hope Troy took some sun screen.

  2. Captain9

    That last pic of you two is AWESOME!!!

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