Friday, June 15, 2012

In the Green of Things

Taken May 23, 2012.

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  1. ... continued from yesterday.

    That was really sweet of you to do that, Larry. I'll do my acceptance speech later (see why below).

    We're so perfect here,Jen, that even the trees that have fallen are the right height.

    Hi Dina.

    Very scary, Janet. Hope you are feeling more refreshed today.

    ... back to today.

    I'm off to my annual old broads gathering with my old (old, old) college friends. There will be a weekend post but I hope I'm so busy that I forget to comment on it. :)

  2. Andi, enjoy the gathering! Glad you liked the award.

    Dang. Ever have one of those mornings when you can't stay asleep but you can't really wake up either? That's me. Might have had something to do with being up until 12:30 finishing a #FridayFlash.

  3. Andi, heh, love your jokes. Hope you have a wonderful weekend with your beloved old broads.

    Larry, I am right there with you in the half-awake inbetween. My cats have this 2am Felines Gone Bath Salts Wild routine that even a thorough, nightly dousing with the water bottle cannot persuade them to reschedule.

    My very best wishes to everyone as alwayszzzzz....

  4. Hi, all. Andi, enjoy your weekend - sounds like a lot of fun.

    Larry, sorry you didn't get much sleep but I loved the #FridayFlash! Nice universe and would love to see more in it. Hope you and Jen get some sleep tonight.

  5. Have fun with the old broads, kiddo!

    Jen, your pooties have gone bath salts wild? Does that mean they are eating pu.... oh never mind :)

    Today I was going to sleep in. Get all caught up on some booty sleep. But nawwwwww. Social Security Admin called us at 7:31 am. Who does that? Turns out they thought I had left them a message. Nope.

    Might be getting to the bottom of Wes' Dev. Dis. services sitch soon. County Commissioner is on it even. Might take a Senator I am told. Seems Washington County Dev. Disability Services doesn't think Wesley is disabled. ... Boink. People thought I was upset because it had taken a few months to hear back on his application. I had to explain it has been YEARS and several applications and still hear nothing from them. Only to be sent more of the same application to reapply. He needs this service to help him as he's over 18. Well, he's almost 20 now.

    No word yet on the abuse case for Wes' friend.