Wednesday, April 10, 2013

I is for Invisible



I saw this beautiful Cherry Blossom tree as I walked to work - that was before my day went South.



Yes, I will be invisible today; at least here on my blog.

As I type this it is 4:11 am… well past my bedtime!

I had an incredibly long and tiring day - issues with City Hall. 

I just finished a strongly worded email to City Council about their blatant disrespect for due process. (I sent a copy to every newspaper and talk show host too - could get messy)

Far too much to get into right now though… must sleep.

Have a wonderful “I” day - I will be visiting and enjoying your insights.

And, regarding my “H” post - you all made my day with your lovely comments!

Thank you, you all rock!


Now… quick question… any ideas for idling away the day, once I wake up?



Cheers, Jenny

26 comments:

  1. WOW thats so pretty.

    We're heading for Autumn here in South Africa.

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    1. Look at you, Miss Lass - first the tats, now the free fall!

      Autumn must be stunning in your part of the planet!

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  2. What a beautiful tree, just looking at it brightens up the day. I hope your issues get sorted quickly.

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    1. It is a beauty - and so big. We have lots of these trees around, but none as big. I stop and take it in as I pass it on my way to my office.

      Thanks for stopping by, Sally, and taking in this beautiful site with me. :)

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  3. You're up so late Jenny, hopefully you go and get a decent sleep and things work out okay, we're all rooting for you!

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    1. Yup, I hit the hay just after 4:30 - had to be up before 9am - so you can imagine how chipper I am... not the first time this has happened... so I'm good.

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  4. There's nothing like a blossoming cherry tree! I can't wait to see them over here too.

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    1. You're right, Susanne, nothing like these trees in bloom - sad though how fast they go through this stage...literally weeks! I stop and drink in their beauty as much as possible. :)

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  5. That Cherry Blossom tree is gorgeous! We had one in our front yard back home. I miss it so much, especially at this time of year.

    Good luck with whatever challenge it is you're facing right now, Jenny! I hope you enjoy a good refreshing sleep and that everything works out in your favor. Sending positive thoughts and hugs your way.

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    1. Thanks Jennifer, for dropping in and enjoying this tree with me. :)

      Ahhh...the challenges of rezoning - for another day! I did enjoy the quick five hours I managed to squeeze in as I had to be at my office rather early - thank goodness for espresso shots! I'm looking forward to an early night this evening. (well, here's hoping anyway)

      I appreciate the thoughts and hugs - so sweet. :) Hugs back.

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  6. well if you are not here, who do i give these beautiful flowers too... wink!

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    1. Oooohhhhh.... that is so sweet! I'll take those beautiful cyber flowers off your hands, no problem.

      With happy thoughts and a big smile! :)

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  7. Lovely flowers,that is such a nice sight :D Good luck with everything. x

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    1. Hi Amy - welcome to Pearson Report.

      Thank you for stopping in and enjoying this beautiful vision with me! I appreciate the good luck wishes too. :)

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  8. Glad you had the tree at the very least!

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    1. Me too... it changes one's mood when stopping to enjoy these glorious Spring days and all this season has to offer. :)

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  9. Wow! That tree is stunning. Hope you have a better day tomorrow. :-)

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    1. Hi Ermie - you are so right - stunning is the perfect word... in fact, this tree is stunningly beautiful - there, now we've worked both words in for good measure!

      Thanks for visiting, and the wishes of a better tomorrow. :)

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  10. Government and due process- what's that? IO don't know that it still exists.
    We don't even have leaves yet.

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    1. Hahahaha - exactly, Ruth - not at all synonymous. Ahh...the fun of rezoning and rebuilding.

      The reason you don't have leaves yet is they are still making their way through Al's neck of the woods - maybe he won't let them go... bit of a hoarder maybe!! hahaha :)

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  11. I am guessing you won't be invisible to the city council :)

    Rhonda @Laugh-Quotes.com
    Visiting from AtoZ #41

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    1. No, Rhonda, it's not my nature to shy away from a challenge... haha, that could also be applied here - even though I'm knee deep I still like to do this A-Z.

      Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  12. That tree is gorgeous. Where I grew up, we had a Cherry Blossom festival. I miss the beautiful site of that specimen.

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    1. Hi emmlyjane - welcome to Pearson Report.

      Hmmm... I bet a Cherry Blossom festival would be a sight to behold. The window of enjoyment is small, these trees come to bloom quickly and in a blink they are done. I love the pink snow that is left behind.

      Thank you for dropping in and taking in this beautiful tree! :)

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  13. Hi Jenny .. hope things are sorting themselves out -sounds 'nasty' .. the tree is gorgeous and I hope brings you some serenity ...

    J is for Jogging .. doesn't that come after I?! Many thoughts - Hilary

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    1. Hi Hilary - Ah... the joys of dealing with government - but, I think jogging would be a great stress reliever - thank goodness I like to run! (mostly away from responsibility) hahaha

      Thanks for stopping in. :) :)

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Thanks for dropping by and sharing your thoughts.

I'd give you a penny for them, but alas we just snuffed it out. Yup...gone!
It's all about the nickel now...so at this rate you can leave 5 thoughts!

Cheers, Jenny

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