Friday, August 8, 2014


It's always a good idea to have a familiar idea of the layout of the land before embarking on a walk.  If the Gentle Reader doesn't have a familiar layout of the land, then it's a good idea to either use a map or use either a portable laptop computer/smart phone (If the Gentle Reader can afford such a thing.  Sadly I'm not among them) to use to figure out where the Gentle Reader is.  It's not a fun thing to be lost in the woods.  However, if the Gentle Reader is able to retrace steps backwards to the starting point, then the Gentle Reader won't be lost in the woods for long.  And if the Gentle Reader is lost in the woods, don't panic.  A solution will present itself if the Gentle Reader is patient (and prepared) enough for the possibility of ending up lost in the woods.
And as I'm lost in thought while thankful that I'm not lost in the woods, here are some photos of Kaley Cuoco.



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