here for the story, 200,000 homes and 3 major hospitals had no water or low water. I came back in and tried to sleep with out the fans it was tough..but I did fall out....that is until the power came back on and the alarm started squealing at 2:30 am. So I got up and reset the alarm. I had a little water this morning and then ran out in the afternoon.
So I left early for my presentation at the Anne Arundel Camera Club. I packed my Lensbaby with the new soft focus lens I just purchased, thinking I'd try it out somewhere along the way. Before the meeting I walked around the grounds of the Severna Park High School. There was an old basketball, dodge ball court which looked a little neglected. It spoke to me..so I made some shots there. I was on a court just like that in sixth grade, when the news came of Presidents Kennedy's death....
My presentation was well received and it was nice of Don and Jean Wagner the owners of the boat to attend. On the way home I had the car windows open as it is 80 degrees here even at 11:00 at night. Boy that felt good, like real summertime..but the even neater thing was that scanning the radio it stopped on a station playing an old Barry White song (Here's the Teddy Pendergrass rendition)...Close the Door. That took me back to a picture in my mind! There used to be a "disco" remember them? in Baltimore called "Bumpers" and a summer night leaving bummers.....well .........nice picture! I had a huge crush on the owner!.....Hence the blog title...it made me smile! 35 years later.
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