roses (and rhetorical questions)

1. why didn’t i have my camera with me this morning on the dog walk when the sunrise was so spectacularly ‘maxfield parrish‘-ish?

2. why am i such a nervous nelly this morning? my spidey-senses are all a-tingle.

3. what does’ his ‘knock-on-the-door‘ dream mean?

4. what is a whiter shade of pale?

5. why am i not rich, wealthy, comfortably well-off?


2 Responses to “roses (and rhetorical questions)”

  1. 1 Kim Graham
    July 11, 2012 at 9:52 am

    Actually, I’ve been told by many that my legs are a whiter shade of pale. Bring your sunglasses to the JFG and I’ll show if you are willing to risk retina damage.

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