A Change of Plans

Earlier, I left the flat to go for a walk, but it was windy with rain threatening so I cut my walk short. On the way home, I picked up a lemon poppy seed donut and a cup of tea. When I saw these people on the Liffey, I felt slightly guilty. Luckily, I was able to brush it aside.

2012-01-01-00-00-00-81 2012-01-01-00-00-00-82Have a great Sunday!

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11 Responses to A Change of Plans

  1. ksbeth says:

    nice – sometimes the unexpected detours turn out to be the best

  2. Don’t feel guilty for other people’s silly choices LOL. You made the perfect choice in my mind :).

  3. I would not feel guilty at all….

  4. CLb says:

    Good for you – doing what makes you happy!

  5. MJ says:

    Don’t feel guilty, they probably would have rather grabbed a cup of tea too. They just had all their equipment to contend with and figured, “well we’re already out on the water” =)

  6. Caroline says:

    I could do with a lemon poppy seed donut and a tea right now. It’s cold and windy here as well.

  7. No need to feel guilty! I feel like you made the wiser choice. Best not to tempt fate when it comes to the weather!

  8. The Guat says:

    Dude those people were on a mission to be on the water, rain or shine. I think the doughnut was your destiny 🙂

    • TBM says:

      A doughnut is always in my future, hence why I can never stop my daily exercise 🙂

      • The Guat says:

        Krispy Kremes are pretty good, but I hear you on working out. Chocolate does that for me. How’s her new job? How’s your writing going? Sorry I’m trying to catch up because I’m lame and missed your posts when they were up 🙂

      • TBM says:

        Everything is good here. And I would never call you lame. Never.

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