Friday, December 11, 2009

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

Many people have made inquiries as to where I originally hail from. Well, I really am not permitted to say. Some have hinted that it is "not from around here," and, no, I have never been in New Mexico. At least not around Roswell. I will show you a shot I took on returning from home. I took this just before reentry (I mean landing). So there you have it. I hope that answers all your questions. Oklahoma is lovely this time of year.

29 comments:

  1. I am asked often the same question. A region may explain an accent but it certainly doesn't account for a quirky personality.

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  2. That's not the top of your head is it?
    So you are Mork---I just KNEW it. MB

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  3. Seems to be part of a granite sculpture. Your "people" are very artistic. That should be a clue.

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  4. This looks like a tyre. Thanks for your good wishes.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  5. That definitely looks like 'alien' surroundings.

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  6. Did you land there? ;-)
    I like to think I'm from everywhere.

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  7. I've got it! The clue was in your previous post. You're from Mane! Originally. Maybe the outer edges?

    Oh wait, I'm thinking of Maine...is there a Mane?

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  8. I am sitting here trying to think of something witty to say... but I am all domed out ..

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  9. Oh, thanks for clearing that mystery up. Yes, Oklahoma and its three feet of drifting snow IS lovely this time of year, but the image you've supplied is of no use at all. It COULD be the macro shot of thew tip of an ink pen. Or the nose of your alien craft. (Did you decide to buy one of those Audi 8s?)

    We do know you are allowed to travel so they restraints aren't that tight or restrictive.

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  10. Hmmm very mysterious, but I like it! heheheee

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  11. Are you from Oklahoma?? So am I!!!
    I'm not sure what this photo is though. :D

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  12. Same place as me from the look of it.

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  13. BB and I are coming down to your place to get warm.

    That's a cook "graphic" shot.

    (But I'm a little dull, I guess).

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  14. It looks a head!
    Well, as I'm from Brazil and now I'm so far aways "HOME"...but home is inside our heart, isn't it?
    Home is when you have that "great"feeling, all goods things around you, smiles, someone that share good and difficult times with you and help you to be always strong, never give up and keep going on...Home is the light good memories and love!
    I think I will be keeping carrying my home inside my heart everywhere, I can go!
    Have a nice weekend
    Léia

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  15. you are an enigma wrapped in a riddle inside a pancake head.

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  16. Well I for one knew you weren't FROM Ft. Lauderdale. No one that lives in South Florida is actually FROM there!! :) I've no clue where your bad self if from. Now i'm dying to know!!
    V

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  17. «Louis» is certain he saw this hovering over Roswell, over his aunt's back yard. In 1953 it was. His aunt put «Louis» on the T.N.M. &O. bus back to Lubbock, TX the very next morning.

    hmmmm....

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  18. Hi there,

    This was mysterious. Could it be the moon?-:)

    I come from Denmark, but most people say that I speak Swedish with an English accent....... Maybe because my personality is very laid-back, which is completely non-Danish-:)

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Best regards
    Asta

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  19. I'm from Oklahoma, but I don't think I ever saw it snow 3 feet! :) All of our family are around the Tulsa area.

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  20. Looks like the top of a jet engine. Did anyone understand your comments? I must admit that sometimes I'm a bit slow but you have definite confused me. My money is on Michigan.

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  21. You ARE a puzzling guy...very mysterious.

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  22. Too funny! Now of course we all want to know where you ARE from.

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  23. I meant to say that right, home is where the heart is. I don't belong at 'home' at more. It's here. Here is home.

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