Saturday, June 22, 2013

Standing for Green


Taken May 25, 2013.

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7 comments:

  1. Having a great time morning to all. And a happy Saturday.

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  2. Hey all! How did the old broads meetup go, Andi?

    I think I picked up a cold on the way to Wisconsin. The upside it that it got me out of garden duty this morning with the Queen of Scope Creep. The Boy & Daughter Dearest went, and Mason is doing a quiet morning at the moment.

    Here's hoping the crankypants stay in the drawer, and the cat barf stays off the floor, all weekend long!

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  3. New laptop weekend! Well, it's not NEW-new, but it's new to me, and much nicer than the last one I had. Everything is so shiny, speedy and quiet.

    Good wishes to all.

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  4. Everyone have a good weekend.

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  5. Still having a great time with the old broads morning to you all. Hope you've been having as fine a weekend as I have.

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  6. Yay Jen for new used laptop!

    The cold is being polite & letting me function. I got a few things done. If I get the Water and Chaos edits back, I'll be pretty excited… but I'm not counting on it.

    Man, it's been a loooong week. But I've got a one-way flight scheduled to Tampa on July 6, my bro & I are going to hang out for the weekend while the rest of 'em drive down, then I buy his Miata & drive it home after getting sunburned for a week! Crazy days of summer, indeed.

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  7. Yesterday while Andi was up in Indianapolis with her friends, I went over to Cincinnati to see by mom and brother. As I was wheeling my mom into the restaurant for lunch, I looked up to see a very large bird gliding down toward the nearby Little Miami River. I thought it was a really big hawk until it banked and I saw its white tail feathers and head. The northern part of Cincy has a bald eagle. No pictures unfortunately and it happened so fast that Mom couldn't find it before it dropped below the tree-line. But she liked the idea that something so wild is living so close to her nursing home.

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