Signs You Are Hooked on Cape Cod
You know what they say-- admitting there is a problem is half the battle in solving it. Are you hopelessly addicted to Cape Cod? Here are some of the warning signs:
You enjoyed pruning your roses so much, that someone had to point out your arms are bleeding.
The plumber told you the pipes would freeze if you didn't stop taking outdoor showers after Halloween.
You see snow and think "It's a great beach day!"
There's a terrific sunset at Skaket Beach but you can't take the camera off your son and his buddy skimboarding.
You bought a suburban so you could haul the hydrangea cuttings to the dump.
A ship's anchor on the beach looks perfectly normal to you.
This is how you define "pile up". (Aftermath of Hurricane Bob, Allen Harbor, Harwich Port, 1993)
If you answered "yes " to any three of these questions, you are addicted to Cape Cod. The recommended treatment is "desensitization" which involves spending way more time here.
Take heart. There are Cape Cod addicts all over the place. You'll have plenty of company.
1/23/2013 10:16:38 am
Yes ...Yes ... Yes ...to Waaaay too many questions !!!!! Adore the pics. Will keep stopping by. Big Hugs from Katy,Texas ( Harwich like , if huge fields and tremendous open skies can count as a landlocked beach ) Karen
1/23/2013 01:03:26 pm
Karen, you are a true Cape Cod addict for sure! You will be back. I know it. :)
1/23/2013 11:28:27 pm
How beautiful! It's nice to see you again!
1/24/2013 02:24:58 am
Thank you for finding me Susanne, and for leaving a comment. I really appreciate the support. :)
1/24/2013 02:32:13 am
I know first hand those roses look even better in the dark of night! Congrats on the big move.
1/24/2013 11:47:04 am
Thanks Matt! I'm still waiting to give you and Jaime a tour of my back yard in total darkness. HA. Really. Do stop by when you're on the Cape.
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