Sunday, December 24, 2006
What does my middle name mean?
L = Everyone loves you
E = Damn Good Kisser
E = Damn Good Kisser
I can live with that! Who knew?
Delete the other person's middle name and repost this with the title "what does your middle name mean?"
A : You like to drink.
B : You like people.
C : You are really silly.
D : You like to drink.
E : Damn Good Kisser
F : You are dead sexy.
G : You never let people tell you what to do.
H : You have very good personality and good looks.
I : You Are Great in bed.
J : People Adore You
K : You're wild and crazy.
L : Everyone loves you
M : loves cars.
N : You like to drink.
O : awesome kisser.
P : You are popular with all types of people.
Q : You are a hypocrite.
R : Easy to fall in love with.
S : Fucking crazy.
T : You're loyal to those you love.
U : You really like to chill.
V : You are not judge mental.
W : You are very broad minded.
X : You never let people tell you what to do.
Y : Best g/f b/f anyone could ever ask for.
Z : Always ready
Saturday, December 23, 2006
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!
Sunday, December 10, 2006
Lindy in the Mall - Malldate 39601
Lindy in the Mall got off to a slow start. Security moved the dancing area from in front of JC Penneys to be in front of the Barnes and Noble Bookstore near the food court. So dancing didn't get started until about 1:30 pm. There were four of us to begin with; Andy, Cliff, Nate and me. Needless to say, I had plenty of dance partners all to my self.
Do you want to dance? Sure!
My turn to dance with Nate, again.
Soon were we joined by the tall Matt Johnson, Kevin and Michael.
Linda, do you want to dance? I don't know. Kevin, do you want to dance?
Okay, let's dance.
Finding a dance partner wasn't hard. In fact, I was dancing so much I had to take a break. Then, to save the day, Sarah, Becky and Crystal showed up! Woohoo!
Look at Andy and Becky go!
Sarah and Matt, having a great time.
Crystal and Michael taking a break.
On Saturday, Ruth and I had a personal dance lesson with Nate. We decided to learn the Shimsham. Ruth knew most of the steps, but agreed that should she would like to learn them again. We practiced the dance for an hour and half. I finally felt like I knew what I was doing. Thank you, Nate. You are a wonderful dance instuctor.
Look Ruth, I am doing the Shimsham!
I had a great time dancing in the mall. Thanks to all of the guys who had to dance with me.
Photos compliments of Cliff
Thursday, December 07, 2006
Men in Trees
Thursday nights just got better. Grey's Anatomy and Men in Trees. Two of the best television shows on the same night, back to back. How ever will I be able to sleep after watching all of this?
Loving what I do!....:0)
Swingin' a Star at Club Nico
Had a great time!
Thanks Beckstraordinary for this wonderful link.
A time to remember....
This will be their last visit to this watery grave to share stories, exchange smiles, find peace and salute their fallen friends. This, they say, will be their final farewell.
"This will be one to remember," said Mal Middlesworth, president of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. "It's going to be something that we'll cherish forever."
The survivors have met here every five years for four decades, but they're now in their 80s or 90s and are not counting on a 70th reunion. They have made every effort to report for one final roll call.
"We're like the dodo bird. We're almost extinct," said Middlesworth, now an 83-year-old retiree from Upland, Calif., but then — on Dec. 7, 1941 — an 18-year-old Marine on the USS San Francisco.
Nearly 500 survivors from across the nation were expected to make the trip to Hawaii, bringing with them 1,300 family members, numerous wheelchairs and too many haunting memories.
Memories of a shocking, two-hour aerial raid that destroyed or heavily damaged 21 ships and 320 aircraft, that killed 2,390 people and wounded 1,178 others, that plunged the United States into World War II and set in motion the events that led to atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
"I suspect not many people have thought about this, but we're witnessing history," said Daniel Martinez, chief historian at the USS Arizona Memorial. "We are seeing the passing of a generation."
To all the men and women who served, "Thank you" just doesn't seem enough.