Of distraction, gratitude, and scones


So, I missed two days of posting, which is terrible, but it’s merely a symptom of a greater ill– I haven’t written in over a week. Awful, right? Not only have I already failed my personal challenge, but I don’t feel at all bad about it. Oh well.

I have been highly distracted by real life– a lot has been happening, so by the time I get home at night I would rather mindlessly browse the Internet or play my guitar for a little while before going to sleep. Also, as I’m sure you’re aware, Thanksgiving is tomorrow. I don’t think Thanksgiving-time has ever been so eventful for me.

Anyway, I really wanted to write about scones.

But I find I’m like a dry desert full of boring, so I won’t inflict this upon you any longer. Here’s a picture of the Santiam Pass.

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  1. Santiam. Gorgeous any time of year and any time of day. I’m just so glad to not be driving it numerous times this year!

    On a completely different note: Scones have their place, btw. :-)

    • Right? As pretty as it is, the Santiam wasn’t nearly as good as Hood last weekend. I love scones! I was going to write about how I’ve suddenly discovered I’m quite good at baking them, but then I decided that would be a boring story. :)

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