Monday, June 21, 2010

Giddy wonders where we are

Bebo watches Giddy wonder. (We may be on vacation but Mondays still belong to The Pack.)

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  1. Happy solstice. Hope everybody's very long day is also a very fine one.

    We're planning to enjoy a good chunk of ours seeing the views from some peaks.

    See ya later.

  2. Happy Solstice, right back atcha, Andi!

    I'm working @ the mimes from home today, waiting for a delivery from FedEx--of what, I don't know. I don't recall ordering anything that was coming via regular FedEx. Oh well.

    Hope you all had a great weekend and are ready for the week ahead!

  3. Sad pups missing Mom and Dad.
    We had very happy pups when Dad came home Saturday and Sonboy came in town for a bit yesterday.

    Glad you are having a good trip, A & J.

    Maria, hope the writing is going well. The Fed Ex surprise--now that could be a short story. What if something comes that you never ordered. Say a severed body part or a wand with no instructions or a camera that allows you to hear what your subject is thinking.

    I saw 100 on some prediction map for us on the Solstice. I'll go with the 98 on weather bug, that'll be so much better--NOT. Those of you in cooler climes enjoy, others stay in the shade and stay cool.

    Marvelous Monday to All.

  4. Poor Giddy!

    Happy solstice! Winter will be along any day now. ;-)

    Back to work after an exhausting weekend. Travelling to long island and yardwork have taken their toll. No time for a new painting. Sigh.

    See ya later.

  5. Awww.

    Saw the movie "Winter's Bone" yesterday and loved it. And also loving the novel "The Lonely Polygamist."

    Lots of writing to do today, and I'm pretty sure it's going to be enjoyable. Those two things don't always happen together.

  6. I can only imagine how much they miss you.

  7. Hi everybody. Mountains are great, hiking is fine but I miss The Pack and the woods. Hope everybody is doing fine.

  8. Hey all, late to the party, huh? I had a doc appt today & had to blast out of here before I could even see the lonely Pack.

    Lisa, Stephen King's novella UR is sort of like that unexpected package. He ordered a Kindle, but not one that could see into alternate histories…

    See y'all tomorrow, I shouldn't have to move quite so quick.