80: No internet access

(Holly berries.)

We’re staying with M’s sister tonight.  She is, I think, the only person I know who does not have internet access at home.  It doesn’t interest her, I guess.

This is an auto-post.  M’s sister lives in a neighborhood that is wonderful for walking so I am sure I’ll get out and about to explore the outdoors.  There are a lot of hills in her neighborhood, making the walking all the more effective when it comes to daily exercise.  It’s also a very pretty area.  I’m sure I’ll have some pictures to share with you the next time I’m online (probably Sunday night or Monday morning).

I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend!

8 Comments on “80: No internet access”

  1. Karma says:

    These holly berries are gorgeous! The light and the red color looks perfect.
    I have a japanese holly bush that has never berried. I’m told it is because you need two bushes – a male and a female – but I don’t know how you would tell the difference!

    • Robin says:

      Thank you, Karma. 🙂

      We have both male and female holly bushes. I’m not sure how you tell the difference either. I only know they are male and female because my husband mentioned it when he bought them and some have berries (the females) while others (the males) don’t.

  2. Preston says:

    Love the Holly. You sound as if maybe being without the internet a day or so wasn’t so bad, wondering the hills and seeing the sights and all.

  3. Kathy says:

    I am glad you were able to do an automatic post, even without internet, Robin. The holly is gorgeous! Enjoy your weekend.

  4. penpusherpen says:

    Holly is lovely, and so Christmassy, (and I still haven’t got my Christmas Wreath yet!! note to self..DO NOT Forget.).. xx

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