Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Today I...June 13th and Skywatch Friday

Farm on the road to Cavendish, Prince Edward Island

Today I... doubling this post over with this week's Skywatch Friday post, just to make sure I can get one up :o) These blue skies I saw on my first evening in PEI two weeks ago were the best weather I had during the time I was there and I am so happy that I was able to take advantage of them when I came across this farm and another one across the road from it :o) still adjusting to my new schedule. I'm looking forward to getting fully used to it as it is quite a switch from my usual schedule and now that it is the middle of the week, I'm starting to feel the mix up a bit more in my body since my eating habits are kind of out of whack. Things should be in better order next week.

...was feeling too tired to jog after work, so I walked home from work and just did a Pilates work-out instead. Each of them were a half-hour long, so I definitely don't feel like I missed out on exercising today :o)

Thanks for stopping by my blog and as always, to see more beautiful skies from around the world, you can stop by the Skywatch Friday blog. I hope you all have a lovely weekend and Happy Father's Day to all the Fathers out there :o)


  1. i love the texture of the freshly tilled field

  2. Nice shot!Have a great weekend!


  3. Ah, the red soil of PEI. I can almost smell the potatoes. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  4. Lots of change for you since I last visited! Hope you get used to your summer schedule before too long. My Mum was a great fan of Anne of Green Gables, tho I've never read the books. Your photos might just tempt me to do that.

    1. I had only ever read the first book of the series and going back to the Island for my second visit has now got me onto the others! I finished the second one, Anne of Avonlea this morning and am now getting started on the third one, Anne of The Island. They are well worth the read, you should give them a try :o)

  5. Love the blue skies and the red soil of P.E.I. - and the lobsters, too!