Sepia Saturday again...a day late perhaps.
But that's ok, I've been on stay-cation time. Meaning I made it to some things that were scheduled, and I didn't make it on time to others, or at all to some others. Sigh. "Life is too short to do it all," must have been my theme for the week.
I didn't blog.
I did sneak peeks at facebook, but no comments, no sharing. Ah, that was a feast worth having.
I continued regular conversations with my best friends on emails. They know I need their lovin' ways to keep going.
So here is my submission for this week.
A hotel? Sort of...
The city of New Orleans, French Quarter of course. Visited in the late 1970s...a rainy day, in which the umbrella toting person just happened to be passing while I tried to take some snaps of these buildings. The sign says: St. Peter House...and on the corner where I'm standing is LeLido (which I couldn't find on my short search today.)
But wait, St Peter's House is a B&B...small world after all! (Now known as Inn on St. Peter, with bricks now red.)
Why did I want to take and share these photos? Well, perhaps it's
the area where I briefly lived (early 60s) after moving in with my
soon-to-be-husband. And then we both caught a strep throat infection
and I lost my tonsils to the fever. I gained something else however,
who was to become my first son.
So there is that wonderful
connection to hotels, that a lot of those beds are used for more than
just sleeping. And that the setting is somewhat exotic just by being
separate from our ordinary lives.
Come over HERE to see what other Sepia Saturday folks have shared. Hotels or otherwise.