Thursday, May 22, 2008

Who'll stop the rain?

I had planned on staying in Boston till Monday but I didn't want to travel on Memorial Day Weekend besides my shoulder is still killing me and I wanted to have a doctor look at it a.s.a.! I managed o change my flight and get a doctor's appointment on this Friday!

Now, I'm back in L.A. and we're having thunder storms! It's rather cool but I can't remember when I've ever seen lightening in the month of May. It was suppose to rain while I was in Boston but only rained late one afternoon while I was there. NowI'm home and it's raining! Weird!

This photo was taken while walking the Freedom Trail, it's one of the oldest graveyards in the United States. What surprised me most was the fact that the gravestones are so thin!

Walking the Freedom Trail was one of my favorite days, it was overcast, cool in the 60s and perfect for walking.

Boston is a beautiful town full of character and very lovely this time of year for so many flowers and trees were in bloom. More photos to follow. I'm in pain right now due to this shoulder.
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3 comments:

Aggie said...

Sounds like a fab place apart from the 'orrid shoulder injury. Hope it all comes right soon.
Great pic too!

Sacred Suzie said...

I'm sorry you're still in pain! Bummer. Very cool graveyard. We have three graveyards with Titanic victims in it, it's very moving actually. I will have to go and write about it and share it.

On the west coast we never got lightening. I have to get used to it again here on the east coast.

EmilyLady said...

I'm sorry to know your shoulder is still hurting you. What a shame to have it bother you on your trip. But I'm glad you had a good time in Boston -- I love the cemeteries too.

~Emily