Thursday, January 31, 2013

Mad in January...


Lots of people go mad in January. Not as many as in May, of course. Nor June. But January is your third most common month for madness. 

― Karen Joy Fowler, Sarah Canary 

January Barn 
Dublin, Ohio

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  1. Once, I feared madness;now, I let it sit beside me as I create.

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  2. Madness is not what it's cracked up to be.

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  3. One person's madness is another person's genius...

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  4. Stunning - I would love to see more of this photo shoot. Would have been lovely if a white barn cat could have been sitting back in the isle way... ;)

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    1. I've posted several of the photos on Facebook, Margaret. Eventually, all of them will be on my Flickr page...thank you!

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  5. For me, the first one would be August, when it is 115 degrees and the second month would be in the fall when you know the winter is coming. That does it for me. I am just beginning to be hopeful as my daffodils are up through the ground. They say, that in Oklahoma, the wind used to drive people mad. I think they must have been the ones with styled hair or comb overs.

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  6. Mad in January eh? I don't know which month I would be most likely to go mad in - probably, like Tess, it is August. Many people are away on holiday and therefore it can be lonely as it is too busy a time on the farm for us to go away.

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    1. Okay that makes three of us in August...

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  7. Jan/Feb definitely for me. Esp. up here miles away from people.

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  8. I'm not mad, just glad it's nearly done with.

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  9. Some are mad, whatever the month. They just can't decide!

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  10. Several screws loose here I think.

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  11. It's Ground Hog's Day and I still haven't taken the Christmas tree down...needles still firmly intact...guess Valentine's Day is my new goal...

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― O. Henry (and me)