Ennui – a feeling of utter weariness and discontent resulting from satiety or lack of interest; boredom:
The endlesslecture produced an unbearable ennui.
Origin: 1660–70; < French: boredom; Old French enui displeasure; see annoy
Synonyms: listlessness, tedium, lassitude, languor.
I love this statement about our blog written by my co-blogger Diane! It is kicking me out of that state of Ennui and picking up my camera today…
“The daily dissatisfaction arising from a lack of excitement in a tedious day encourages two friends to grab their cameras in search of creativity and adventures!
theme – activity
Now this is not considered a physical activity per see, but it is one I do enjoy. This photo from Instagram was taken at our friends, The Schroeder’s, home in California where we brought back ours spoils from Sonoma wine tasting. During dinner we started out tasting our wines ( the swirl, the aroma, the tastebuds) and we all had our personal opinions of the wine… but by dessert time, we were enjoying our conversations so much, the wine was just wine.
Those memories are priceless!
Love – Kim
Wine improves with age. The older I get, the better I like it. – Anonymous
theme – familiar faces
It is so nice to see a familiar face – even more so after time has passed. The two “Caitlins” above danced for many years together, but my daughter had to transfer dance schools to keep dancing her freshman year. Now a junior in college and her friend Caitlin just graduated college and an irish dance instructor herself, so it was great to see her dancers and leadership at the performance we attended. – Kim