posted by Lane Savant at 3:07 PM
Congratulations on that "sort"of health problem. I alwaysknew that you had a good heart.After all, it was you whoset up FFTR for me, and handedto me to get me out of yourblogging hair a bit.I went over to my mechanic'sin Puyallup yesterday to discussSUV's, and my leg issues. He agreed that Suzuki is anexcellent choice, but surprisedme with an offer to safe methousands of bucks by goingto the car auction himself andfinding one for me. So I rushedoff to Toyota of Puyallup, anddid a test drive of a 2008Suzuki Grand Ventara, and loand behold, it fit me to a T.Plenty of leg room, alreadya larger wider brake pedal,comfortable seat. I drove itover to my mechanic's, andnow he has a better idea ofwhat I want and need. So, maybe old Glenn will get anewer used car yet.I picked up a crow bar, whichI have wanted for years, toassist on Saturday, removingthe old railroad ties fromthe front yard flower beds,and putting up landscapebricking. We had a fellowover yesterday that has hisown landscaping business, and Melva wants our lawntorn out, rethatched, andsome trees removed, and bushes removed, and a newlawn extended to the fencelines in the back yard;pretty ambitious, but itwill spruce thing up some.Man, I love my three dayweekends, getting preppedfor my 7 day ones.Really, though, it is goodto hear your health issuesare minimal at present.
Hallo, Lane!Like Glenn, I'm glad you're still in good heart health!!Just got back from Turkey; great weather! Sitting in the shade with 72-80 F degree weather, I got three books read in one week! Great vegetarian food, too, at the Thalia Beach Hotel where I stayed in Side, Turkey (near Alanya on the Medeterranian).Tschüß,Anonomann
Actually, the joke works better if you think of it as a brain activity scan.I gave up wanting to be normal years ago, but it just keeps sticking to me.
Humping it on this fine wetWednesday, for sure, enit?Anonomann, hey, that lazy andwarm vacation in Turkey soundedgreat! Always nice to get someback-reading in.Dragging my ass this morning,woke up late, and had to kickit to catch up, but neitherrain, nor hail, nor dark ofnight kept me from my post,and it became a Fourple, aLed/Stones/Heart/Beatlesmorning by jingle!My mechanic went to the CarAuction last night lookingfor a new used car for me,a Suzuki SUV. Will find outlater today if he foundanything. If not, he will goevery week until he bumpsinto what I want. Actually, I'mnot in a rush. Izman runs wellenough; probably would lastme another 100,000 miles;but I just have this stupidAmerican itch to reward myselffor 53 years of yokedom.Taped episode 3 of the newDR. WHO, and Matt Smith isbeginning to win me over.He has a new Tartus, and anew hot redheaded companion,one Miss Amelia Ponds.Starting to make plans formy photo forays coming uplater this summer. We havea digital camera that I havenever learned to use, andI have to find out if itwill take a bigger lens.Meredian Auto Wreckers,out on the highway just thisside of Northwest Trek,has a back lot full of antiquecars. My brother and I, over20 years ago, spent a wholeday back there. He was beingthe photographer, using 35mmslide camera, and I reallyenjoyed roaming around liningup shots with my "good eye".Most of you out there arealready sufficiently organizedin the digital world, butit really is the undiscoveredcountry for me.
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