Saturday, December 27, 2008

Shutterday #8 - Theme 97: "Skeletons Not in the Closet"

"St. Agnes Hospital Restoration (St. Augustine's College)"
Raleigh, NC - December 2008 (Click to embiggen)
Next week's theme: "I Don't Live Here but I Wish I Did"

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e c f e s w said...

hey big guy!!i spent several weeks in silence after dad died, but since i made it through christmas i started twittering again on eve, and have a few blog posts, big question

i plan to spend much of 09 travel the US
no set days unless i am called for death with dignity, and then i travel after those couple of weeks or couple of days

i am starting up what i did from 91 to 2000 and i was wondering if you would be interested in getting together during any of those times

this will be something that i don't blog about until during and afterward

i am going alone this year (usual i take a BFF with me)so i am going to see how many BFF's i can visit and how many bloggers i can meet

i had forgotten the request from ken to do this (it was in one of his suicide request for things for me to do when i felt i could (i would have most likely done it in 08, but i took care of dad at the time

let me know by email new one

if you would be interested in a dinner with me or a short trip around your area, of course no strings just friends doing stuff together~~

a couple of blogger have told me when i am in their area, i could crash on their couch/guest room and we would spend a couple or several days doing sites to see
in the general area

new email

charfread@gmail~~and it is my mine one now, i am no longer using emails from my providers since the hacking~~this way i feel i am a little more protected since a lot of the problems came hidden in emails from family members


e c f e s w said...

loved the tree pic i always take pics of tree and fairy doors when i hike/travel

Lilli & Nevada said...

Now that is an interesting place that i am sure has got to have a lot of stories to tell.Also looks a bit spooky

Annie said...

It's nice to see that the exterior of the building will be preserved whilst the interior is reinvented. This is done in Europe all the time so the flavor of the old architecture is retained but all is new and updated within.

Anonymous said...

Good one; especially in sepia.

momgen said...

That is really a squeaky one thanks for the comment in my blog too.

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The Muse said...

i would love to renovate/restore this ...for another...happier purpose.