Archive for April, 2006
If you’d like to comment and find that you cannot, you owe it all to the following:
David, Edward, Anny, John, Ann, Michael, Kelly, Paulo, Lemat, Halz, Shawn, Mark, Dirk, and Antony . . . just to name a few. But hey! They like my site, you see?
Email me if you wanna say hello. Know that I know that you know that I’m here. Sorry about this, but taking upwards of two hours to delete spam is way too much.
but look at just how much they like me . . . or ther phentermine or klonopine they’re touting while attempting to soothe the savage beast in me with their flattery – poorly worded and severely lacking in grammar skills though they be . . .
Just found your home page its great, it looks like you folks do great service keep up the good work. (I always try to do great service thank you for noticing† – run on sentences, anyone???)
Hello there! Just want to say that I find your site enough interesting for me. Usefull information and all is good arranged. Thank you for your work. I will visit your site more ofter from now and I bookmarked it. (enough interesting for me . . . whoo-boy! where’s the grammar police when you need ‘em?)
Hi i really like your site, i place a link on my web-site, continue like that. (oooh, hey, thanks for the link you place for me!)
Best site I see. Thanks. (you’re welcome, I’m sure – NOT!)
Very good site. Thanks for author! (welcome for reader!)
Alleen onder Glamour versta ik wat anders maar dat moet kunnen. (ummm – yeah, whatever!)
It’s my first visit to your website. After just a quick browse, I’m really impressed! (I aim to please – just wait until you come back for a second time!)
Great website! Bookmarked! I am impressed at your work! so interesting site, thanks! (I am impressed at YOUR work, too. so interesting comment, thanks!)
I can’t be bothered with anything these days, but such is life. I don’t care. So it goes. More or less nothing seems worth thinking about. I’ve just been hanging out waiting for something to happen, but that’s how it is. (dude! you need 1-800-SUICIDE!!!!)
Just whant to say HI! I love this place! (HI! ummm, isn’t that a group of islands somewhere? wha-fo- you saying island, man?”)
gee, they like me, they really, really like me.
heh . .† just, heh! I’ll be working on getting ALL of the comments closed over the next little while. Just too tired to finish tonight.
thanks for understanding, everyone.
Scavenger Hunt Challenge #2, Week 4 of 13
Week beginning 4.22.06
Photos Due by 4.28.06
BONUS POINTS AVAILABLE:
1 pt. if you are in the reflection.
I decided to try this as I believe my children and grandchildren are a reflection on me – there’s a WHOLE LOTTA me in all of them – blonde, blue-eyed, apple cheeked babies.I’m the one in the glasses – clockwise from there: The Boy, The Girl, Lessa (their Mama – my daughter), The Pup?
We were lying on the floor – head to head – while Paw-Paw Moosie held a mirror over us and I took several shots. Phew! We were warm when we finished.
‘s been awhile since I’ve written – for whatever reason – just had to be.
I will be “on the desk” all this week – and hopefully only for this week. Our receptionist is gone and the boss is interviewing prospective new hires. The “plan” calls for a new one to be on board this week and the old one will do a few hours training on Saturday and I will continue the training next week, but be able to be in my own office.
that’s the plan
plans often change
sigh – so, we’ll see.
on another note . . . Read more »
for the Brookston Photo Challenge
Body of Water – Extra point if the shore is visible
There is a lot of blue in this photo – it was taken at dusk after a clear, blue-skied day. There seems to be a lot of blue in Alaska and that can play with photos taken.
I cross this bridge each week at least 6 times – my church home is on the other side – actually it is on the side from which this shot was taken. Today I crossed it twice as I had a meeting on the other side.
The bergs you see there on the shore are quite large – about volkswagon sized, some of them,?I’d say. All that ice just floats out into Cook Inlet and on out into the ocean. I imagine it makes the tug captains’ lives a bit of misery.
Anyway – enjoy the blue of Alaska.