This is an instant classic.
I guess they didn’t call it The Great Depression during that depression, did they? We shouldn’t be surprised they’re not honestly calling this one Great Depression II. Or, in current parlance, maybe, “G-Dep-2.” It’s “only” The Great Recession. As if those of us out of work (or in my case, “under-employed”) and facing such dire uncertainty Continue reading Great Depression II
Elizabeth, 5, came up with the following play just as we were finishing dinner the other day. Dinner theater, if you will. 🙂 We were in Sacramento visiting my Dad, joined by my brother Greg and his wife June.
- MOM (Tara): Where is the prince? There he is. Will he join me for dinner?
- DAD (Bill): Will my mother stop making me work a Continue reading Elizabeth’s first play
Good news from best friends Julie and Bert in Las Vegas. One of their cats, Tobie, went missing this past January. He was an indoor/outdoor cat and one day just disappeared. Needless to say, they were heartbroken and spent many hours/days posting fliers, contacting neighbors and shelters, etc. Nothing. But no one gave up hope.
For those old gadgets you’d just as soon get rid of:
My old Dell laptop is apparently worth $38!
I guess they really want newer stuff.
I thought it’d be fun to come up with a list of the all-time best movie lines.
Use the comments section below [comments closed] for your suggestions. Try and do it from memory. Don’t worry about getting it exactly right.
Here’s what comes to my mind:
- “We’ll always have Paris” – Rick in Casablanca
- “Louie, I think t Continue reading All time best movie lines
It was actually cold all day today, but that didn’t stop me and Elizabeth, then the pugs, from spending half of our day outside! First, we went exploring the new neighborhood being built nearby. I don’t know why they’re building. There’s plenty of existing houses that no one wants to buy. Whatever. At least they’ve created lots of good dirt piles t Continue reading Fall is definitely here