Susie tagged me, and she also sent me the CD that features this first song.
Impending doom, that’s what was coming. Ominously heavy clouds spoke of insane seas, unrelenting wind, driving rain, and all the elements of nature in complete upheaval. A grin danced across his face. Fear and excitement warred inside him, creating the potent cocktail of chemicals that has fueled dare-devils for eons. Damn the tsunami, full-speed ahead.
My pal Susie got me started doing the flash fiction thing, go harrass her if she doesn't do one.
My other pal, Lime, is having surgery today, go wish her well.
And last but not least,
remember to VOTE FOR LOGO!!
The big brother had to demonstrate how stylee
masks CAN be.
No trip to the Seattle Center with these kids is considered complete till they are at least a little bit wet.
I am so tired and Sunday is the Oyster Run.
It was all funky and cool in places
and very utilitarian and industrial in others.
All in all, I quite like it.
I was a little late on returning to the parking level.
But the very nice attendant let me slide,
Before I left though I went to the very top floor and hung over the railing to get this pic for all of you,
I am such a giver.
Speaking of giving, I had a gift with me,
And had to go to some lengths to actually get rid of it. After passing that lil treasure on...
Mr. Logo and I went out for dinner.
Despite stating he wasn't in the mood for Mexican,
and after I got directions to another place,
he ordered a burrito...
MEN! (insert eyeroll here)
Saturday we went out again, since the Aged Ps were here at Casa de logophilia to watch after the Things.
Take note, I went shopping, without complaint.
I got a pair of jeans and shirt, way cute and on CLEARANCE!
I hope you have been remembering to VOTE FOR LOGO!!
Crockett can't touch this.
Happy Weekend and keep an eye out for the pink jacket,
coming soon to a hijacker near you.
Oh, and Happy Anniversary to us,
16 years and he hasn't developed a Logo intolerance yet, score!
Late breaking news!!
I am a finalist in the CAPTION CONTEST
at Belle of the Brawl.
Everyone who votes for me will get free tickets to Vegas,
and will get to spend a night in the Lincoln bedroom.
Thanks for your support
Lovers in a Dangerous Time
ANYWAY, after a rock climbing excursion for Thing Two (the littler Thing) and Mr. Logo, a guitar lesson for Thing One from his grandfather, and a fabulous Tex-Mex dinner made by the esteemed elder sister we went to one of only 8 (eight!!) drive in theaters in Washington.
They have a recently updated concession stand, a quarter mile go-kart track,
and a nice big screen.
We lived on the windward side of the island and one of our neighbors lost their entire roof,
not some roofing, the whole thing.
Wind just flipped the sucker off there like it was a Lincoln log house.
The people across the street from us ended up with their lovely new fence in the dining room,
straight through their sliding glass door.
It was an impressive windstorm.
Anyway, the screen at the drive-in was insured,
so movies are better than ever at the BlueFox.
For $12 we watched Cars, and Pirates of the Caribbean,
there was a third feature,
but we still had to drive home,
and it was already 2:00 AM.
So we called it quits.
Imma go take a nap now.
Marathon movie watching is exhausting.