Sunday, July 4, 2010

Newington Center....And Beyond! (3)

Once again Cedar's Mountain is proud to present to you, the sub-30 word post and the latest offering of Shooting Suburbia, "Newington Center....And Beyond!"


Oh, and a very Happy 4th of July to all my readers from the Good 'ol U.S. of A.! To my readers from elsewhere, hope you're having a fantastic Sunday with your family and friends.

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  1. Thanks, and you too as well.

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  2. LOL! This looks just like a cat I used to have.

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  3. My curren cat Holly, often acts like this.

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  4. I hope you had a nice holiday, G. I had a quiet one this year, but enjoyed it nonetheless. :)

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  5. I did, thank you very much. I did some hardcore walking (for me at least) on Friday (10 miles) and took the wife to Litchfield for camping with the rest of the family, and spent the rest of the weekend mostly chillin', catching up on some writing and enjoying the solitude.

    Glad to hear you had a good one as well.

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  6. I love that photo--just brilliant! Hope you had a great 4th. :)

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  7. Lana: Thanks. Amazing what's floating around the 'net these days.

    Decided it describes me to a T so well, I made it my avatar.

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  8. I finally just got free time from the 4th madness at work- So Happy After 4th!

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