downtown water towers

toonman
 pointed out
 an 
awkward
 what 
wording
 in my post on sunday

the other day
 when
 i was reviewing the photos 
i taken

i cant 
blame
 the camera
 for
 my typing errors
 clearly 
it should have been: 
i had taken
he told me to fix it
i said 
no can do its published
but
 like 
all publications
 i can
 issue
 a my bad
a correction

 okay honey?

courts 
were closed
 on monday
 for veteran's day
 but
 i am back
 commuting
 tween
 office and court house
 again
 as of tuesday

 it was nice
 to have
 a full day
 in the office
 to really catch up 

of course
 the rain
the snow
 yes
 we had a bit of snow on tuesday
 didnt make the return fun

here's a shot from a sunnier day last week




15 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture Daryl! Have fun at the courhouse!! xo Jeanne

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  2. I always go back and correct typos in my posts. I can't stand to let them be. I was out of town and drove home yesterday morning *in the snow*!!! Argh.

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  3. Nothing nicer than to see blue skies. It's a chilly morning (23 degrees) in Knoxville, TN. Believe it or not, we even saw a few snowflakes, but nothing to get excited about or alarmed over. I am not ready for nasty weather. It's nice to meet you on the WW hop! ~Curious as a CAThy

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  4. Uhh, you mean I'm not supposed to make corrections after I hit the publish button. Well I make lots more errors than you do so I get a special variance from that rule.

    Lets start numbering your towers. The one on the left is NYC-00001 and the one on the right is NYC-00002. Now we are on the way to getting organized.

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  5. Snow in almost mid November...I'll allow it...lol. By the way, I misspell, typo, and slosh letters together so many times that you'd think I'm some sort of illiterate oik. Right now, and most probably because I never learned how to type properly, my left hand is much faster than my right hand and really comes out relaly. Constantly.

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  6. Nice shot you've got there! :)

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here.

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  7. You can correct errors and just update the post, or did you mean you don't want to once it's published?

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  8. Even though it is sunny and clear it still looks cold there, bit like here at the moment

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  9. What a gorgeous photo - I'm so in love with you watertowers (among others ;-) )
    And no worries about any typos - we understand you anyways!

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  10. Daryl, great shot! I love the tower on the right. It imposes it presence at the edge of the building like it was keeping an eye on things! The light it really nice!

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  11. Love the symmetry in that shot--and the gorgeous blue sky. It's freezing here. Saw a few snowflakes on Tuesday at work. Bah. Humbug.

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  12. Oh, I do love those watertowers....looking so vintage on top of modern buildings!

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  13. that tower is really right on the edge there eh?.
    I'm forever correcting typos on my blog. Once I spot them I just can't resist.

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  14. I print out and read a proof of every piece I publish before I publish it. I do this because I know, from early experience, that the odds are about 50-50 that some horrendous typo will be published if I don't do that read. It has to be on actual paper because - for some reason I'm sure has more to do with my psyche than anything physical - mistakes don't jump out at me from the screen as they do from paper. And if I find a typo or misspelling AFTER publishing, I always go back in and edit it, then re-publish, because I am quite anal that way.

    (I now say, for public consumption, that I do this sort of thing because I am a professional writer and I do not wish to besmirch my reputation. We're friends, though, so I'll tell you that's a lie. I did it long before ever receiving a penny for any of my stuff. And will continue to do so once people find out what a hack I am and refuse to do anything but wrap fish in my writing. I'm just built that way...)

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