November 2, 2009

At the garden ...

... I'm there, sunning on the gravel "beach"...

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... under the blue sky ...

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... by the deactivated fountain....

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... snapping my pictures of you, which I can't display here, so I'll just show what the garden looked like, still pretty, a little bare — except for the kale — on the first day of November.

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21 comments:

Florida said...

When did you go Goth, Ann?

knox said...

I so want one of those skirts. You said once you had several... no one needs several. All I need is one!

knox said...

From those according to their ability to those according to their need!

Ann Althouse said...

I hate to admit I have 5!

Bissage said...

This blog post is a love poem for Meade!

How very nice.

And I figured that out all by my itty, bitty, little old self.

(Now if only I can figure out whether Stewie is intelligible to the grown-ups on “Family Guy.”)

ricpic said...

Purple gloved dominatrix sitting in the sun,
Soon night will fall with whips and fun.

Meade said...

Oh!

My goodness!

Come to think of it, the World Series is pretty much done.

(Sorry, A.J.)

traditionalguy said...

Nice garden, but where do you grow the kudzu?

rhhardin said...

Black soaks up a lot of healthy vitamin D.

edutcher said...

Good Lord, woman, how much of Wisconsin do you own?

Ann said...

snapping my pictures of you, which I can't display here, so I'll just show what the garden looked like, still pretty, a little bare — except for the kale — on the first day of November

I assume Meade's writing the commentary -

...snapping my pictures of you, which I can't display here, ... still pretty, a little bare

OK, Althouse, what kind of pictures are we not seeing? ;D

rhhardin said...

A House Sparrow takes wing without health insurance.

Penny said...

Meade cut the top of Ann's head off in that third picture. Hm?

bagoh20 said...

Born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, I must say that the photo of Ann in the sun perfectly captures my favorite feeling: The sun warming your body through the fabric of cold weather clothing as winter approaches or or summer fades.

Deb said...

You are my fashion inspiration.

traditionalguy said...

Really nice set of photos. Thanks for sharing.

chuck b. said...

You wear warm gloves, yet thin socks. Therefore, you are weird.

chuck b. said...

Is this a cafe?

Well, it's a full moon in Taurus.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx6XCujXgtQ

m00se said...

Poochy pockets! Poochy pockets!!

Ann Althouse said...

"You wear warm gloves, yet thin socks. Therefore, you are weird."

The gloves aren't that warm. I like silk-lined leather gloves.

tree hugging sister said...

So pret-tee!

We don't get to experience late fall/winter gardens like that here, more's the pity.

But then, I wouldn't look quite so fetching either.

Freeman Hunt said...

Wait wait. I thought we were going to get the inside track on where to find skirts like that.