Day 3544: Never seen

Before this vacation, I’d never seen

  • the islands off the southeastern coast of Georgia,
  • the inside of a brain CT scan machine, and
  • the inside of a Georgia hospital.

You’ve never seen anybody as happy as I’ll be when I get out of this hospital and rejoin my vacation tour of the Georgia islands, which MIGHT be today.

Here are some images I assume you’ve never seen:

I’ve actually never seen the world through another’s eyes but I try to do that, every day.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “never seen.”

I’ve never seen Limoblaze before, but I’m very glad to see that video today.

You’ve most likely seen gratitude from me before, but you’ve never seen this particular image of thanks:

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15 thoughts on “Day 3544: Never seen

  1. These islands are so lovely. We visited St. Simon’s last year and I absolutely adored it. Enjoy!

  2. thanks, I enjoy your puzzles, Alice in wonderland, where you go, the reader goes, cheers

  3. I am so glad you are safe, safe, safe, Ann.

  4. Debbie T

    Rooting for your imminent release and then return to your vacation.

  5. Ann, I did not realize that you were still in the hospital. I’m sorry! I hope that you are out of the hospital now and enjoying your vacation again.

    The sign about nothing between the signs is just a little humorous.

    That is the biggest hospital room I have ever seen!

    I’m very sorry this happened to you om your precious vacation and at all.

    • I got out of the hospital today, just in time to go on a boat expedition, which was the main reason I signed up for this tour. Check tomorrow’s blog for another sign that’s just a little humorous. And yes, that was the biggest hospital room I had ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot of them.

  6. I’ve never seen even part of an episode of Friends. Several years ago the college campus where I work put up signs with a picture of Joey saying “How you doin?” There was a note that explained that anyone who was alone could use the sign as a way of saying they’d like someone to start a conversation with them.
    I thought it was a fun idea but a friend of mine had to tell me, “Oh no, Joey is a terrible character who isn’t interested in just conversation.”

  7. glad you were sprung and out to continue your island adventure !

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