Friday, June 6, 2014

Gandalf in My Window (Weekend Reflections # 245)

Holland, Pennsylvania

I was watching the Hobbit on DVD last Sunday night when I noticed Gandalf the wizard reflected in my back window. I'm glad I had a DVD player because the landscapers cut my cable lines, so I had no cable TV and no Internet from Thursday until Wednesday night. It feels good to be back on-line! :-)

Thanks for the great reflections and wonderful comments, have a great weekend!

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30 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Good to have you back, Gandalf!! :-)

Adrienne said...

You thought you were watching Gandalf, but perhaps he was watching you! Enjoy your weekend!

'Tsuki said...

I'm a huge fan of Peter Jackson's LOTR, so I can only applause to such reflection !!! ^^ Thanks this wonderful sharing, dear James...

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

def a clear & cool reflection!
I've often been glad for the dvd option! glad it's now sorted -
HapPy weekending =)

Malyss said...

Maybe Gandalf is the reason why you have internet back, who knows what magic can do ?.. :o)

TexWisGirl said...

glad you got moved (and are restored on line!)

Sylvia K said...

Always love to see Gandalf and he does bring magic with him!! Terrific reflection as always, James!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

NatureFootstep said...

that is a nice reflection. :) Love that story.

Thanks for hsoting WR.

Alexa said...

You caught this reflection at the perfect moment, James! A bit scary how much we've come to depend on the Internet, isn't it?

Halcyon said...

A funny visitor to your window! Sorry to hear about your technical difficulties. But glad you're back online now.

Andrea Priebe said...

You not only have nice clean reflecting windows, but you have good taste in movies ... I think I like you :) What a perfect reflection, James ... for some reason the reflections in my windows are not that clear. What's your secret?

Andrea @ Fron The Sol

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A Quiet Corner said...

I guess I would take Gandolf over a peeping to many day!!!...:)JP

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I'm wondering...just who is watching whom?

Viera said...

This is a mystical reflection...although I don't know to much about Gandolf...it is important that your internet is back... Enjoy your weekend...

jeannettestgermain said...

Am reading the Hobbit right now - great reflection:) Gandalf does not look like how I pictured him.

Anita Davis said...

Gandalf looks almost as frustrated as I would be without internet. I will have to add the Hobbit to my list of movies to have on hand for when the internet is down. :D
Have a great weekend!

Valerie said...

How cool to have Gandalf in your venetians!

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Glad you are back online.. Gandalf is one of my heroes!

Norma Ruttan said...

wow, James, that's a loooong time for neither of those! mine was out for only a day and I was disturbed, especially when talking to the cable people's appointment time. it turned out that it was something on their end and it was repaired by late night.
I love Gandalf's reflection; he's my favorite character in those tales.

TheChieftess said...

Thank heavens for the DVD!!!

Ruth Kelly said...

Very very cool!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Better Gandalf than a troll eh James.. you may have been on the menue for dinner :)

Pat Tillett said...

Well, it was a good thing you have good DVDs to watch. Yikes, no internet? Perish the thought.

lorik said...


That must have been scary ...almost as scary as finding myself in the window of an abandoned old house! I must watch the Hobbit..you have just reminded me. At the moment we are watching a marathon of Game of Thrones ( a lot of it i cover my eyes though!).

Thérèse said...

Not bad at all... to have no cable tv... just joking... not bad at all this reflection!

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

That, I'd say, is a scary picture!

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

That, I'd say, is a scary picture!

Lúcia said...

Now I think that reflections are always looking for you, and not the opposite!
It's simple, but brilliant! ;-)