Wednesday, June 24, 2009

"(Almost) Wordless Wednesday...(#3)..."

Summer, 1984...
Where have the past 25 years gone???

13 comments:

soulbrush said...

tell me about it....great shot. great memories....

Lisa at Greenbow said...

A great memory picture.

Claire M said...

I often wonder the same thing - time sure passes quickly. This is a great picture to contemplate such a question.

wibbler said...

Tolkien answered this one:
They have passed like rain on the mountain, like a wind in the meadow; the days have gone down in the west, behind the hills, into shadow.

Chris said...

Are you KIDDING?!

studio lolo said...

The last 25 years have gone to my middle!!!!

;)

Thanks for your oh so touching words. Wow. XXX

marianne said...

Good question!
Great picture! Love the color of these old pictures.......

PAK ART said...

I just received an invite to my 30-year high school reunion. I'm sure I just graduated, like just a year or two ago. It has gone FAST!

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

I don't even know where the last 50 years have gone!!! Love the Tolkien quote - thanks Wibbler. I know where most of the past 18 months have gone - enjoying art blogs like yours.

Judy Butler said...

These comments are wonderful from all the bloggers. I can't even remember where the last 15 minutes went! I would love to be right there with my feet propped up on a rock in the Alps. I love to hike but now I would like to make it to the back fence in the yard with out getting out of breath.

Candy said...

Perfect photo. I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one who feels this way about time. The older I get, the faster it flies by. I guess it goes by so fast because I'm having such a good time!

Anonymous said...

yes but look where you are now, who is around you and how talented you are - I liked the MJ song "man in the mirror" that was my favorite when traveling in South America -

ps - can I borrow the ankle bracelet - very cool and my birthday is around the corner - thats want sisters are for???

quirkyartist said...

Love the drawings - they remind me of Appenzell. But this photo of your Switzerland - so much more wintery than mine.