posted by Lane Savant at 8:26 AM
Great pic of where you live and nice profile pic as well.Do you any sunshine in the forecast by the weekend.
I was wondering the other dayas to whether or not the Vdubwas still in the driveway, the verylast of the Palmer vehicularprojects. Nice to see it sitting there.I forget, is that a Ferrari or aMasarati painted on the side?These coldish rainy days areterrific for watching trash TV,reading, working on your music,napping, drawing, painting, buildinga musical instrument, or blogging.So shake off those doldrums andseize the day, sir.I decided to make this a four dayweekend, and if feels good beinghome on a Friday; have some errandsand shopping to do before I decideif I'm to seen IRON MAN II in atheater, or just wait until it comesout on DVD. I am adjusting well tomy new SUV ride. I am down threepounds this week on my revengediet. I talked a coworker of mineinto meeting with my Bowentreatment provider, and made theintroductions yesterday. Hopefriend Judy can help coworkerNatalie, who is recuperating froma rear ender car wreck over Christmas.FRINGE had a great 2-part finale,and now we have to wait until theFall to get more great X-files stuff.HOUSE is done for the season 6.The demise of 24 and LOST does notbother me. They had become tedium.My TFC meeting on Wednesday lastwas sparsely attended, but it was a lively dozen who did come. Next month we watch Godard's BREATHLESS,Malle's ATLANTIC CITY, and Rudolph'sCHOOSE ME. Should be fun.
Dropped in at Alex's site this morning,and wonder of wonders, there wasa comment of yours that was alreadya poem, a tanka, a burst of composer'swhimsy and levity. i'm sure she dugit, as did I, posting it post haste overon FFTR. Your stuff seems to makeit to my site more than my owninane scribblings. I entitled your piece FOWL NOTES.
Ferrari, a 1955 formula one on this side, a 1949 F-1 on the other.
You are a blogging whirling dervishthere, sir, and your comments outin the kelp, and in Funsterville havebeen outstanding; well thought out,poetic wordsmithing. What's gotinto you? Haven't seen much actionfrom you over at the Applehouse, but I am still grateful that you led meto it. My 8 year old RCA 28" TVtook a dump on me last week, andyesterday Joel stopped by to savethe day....again. We dropped off thestill almost working RCA to theelectronics recycling at Goodwill,and then it was off to Walmart,where I found a 37" flatscreen LCDHD Sanyo on sale. Now I am watchingmovies in HD and widescreen andfeel very smug about yet anothertoy I have accumulated to keep mesmiling during that first year ofretirement. My Grand Vitara isgetting easier to drive as I adjustthese old bones to the new ride.Today is my middle daughter'sbirthday. She's 27, and wants togo to the Cheesecake Factory inSouth Center for her birthdaycelebration. Comcast will comeover on Thursday to install theHD cable box, and then my imageswill really clear up; limping alongon the old classic cable digitalbox presently. I watched the lasttwo hours of THE PACIFIC , tapedon VHS, on the Sanyo, and it wasastonishing to see even what aVHS image taped in HD couldreally look like. Same for Dr.WHO.
Oh dear, both the Vdub, the weather and the portrait have seen better days.Never mind, all is not lost, you could also lose thehair !Stick with the music.
Actually my looks have eroded, that's a fact, but my days have never been better.
Well, hell, it be Tuesday,and it will look like itdid in your pic for thenext week, sprinkled withsun breaks, of course.Wow, had a four-day weekend, and it felt terrific.Yesterday I got deeper intothe Applehouse writingassignment, doing some prepfor the three writings asked to be done dailythis week. I am liking my37" flat screen, but amimpatient to get the HDcable box. It comes onThursday night. Some ofthe landscaping crewshowed up yesterday, anddropped the three treesMelva gave the deathsentence to, and tossedthe rounds and branchesinto a huge white truck.Chainsaws serenaded mefor several hours. Soit's back to the officefor me this morning, andthings look quiet. Therewas a notice that one ofour recent graduates, a91 year old, has been backin Spokane for one weekand now is hospitalizedwith respiratory failure.He seemed so hopeful forthe future as he left here.Want to hear God laugh--make a plan.Nice to see Friko drop byagain. I still can't commenton her British site from theoffice. I can at home, butkeeping forgetting to checkit out. Anonomann must betraveling. Things have beenquiet in Deutschland uberand over alles.
I met a clarinetist at the P.O the other day. She was dressed in blue.x
Hallo, Glenn!I was in Turkey from 27 April to 4 May and in Lübeck from 13 - 16 May, but otherwise "zu Hause". I only get to the State Library here to use the computer once a week, so that's why you can't find me at this great blogsite more frequently.Tschüß,Anonomann
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