Saturday, April 30, 2011

The Spirit Takes Flight And Touches The Canopy Of Life (2)

After a one week hiatus, I is back. None the worse for wear, or is it the wear for worse? No matter, even though I'm currently wired weird this week (see this post as to why), you'll be getting the genuine thing today. 100% natural, 0% artificial. No fillers, no preservatives, no chemical warfare, just honest-to-goodness silliness. Then again, if you clicked on the last link, maybe not.

Anyways, let us continue with our trip through November/December 2010, courtesy of Mr. Peabody's Wayback Machine.

The ever popular, never to be requested picture of my foot, along with the sidewalk. Oh Mr. Bruce, could you give us the rundown on what our model is wearing? Shure thang. Our "mod-dell" is wearing a seriously stained boot (ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!), jeans that are way too large, and a ratty coat.

Also the ever popular and never intentionally requested picture of my finger. What? Background? It's a house, with a bare tree and dead leaves. What? Dead body? What dead body? I don't see no...oh, that dead body in the leaves there...well...ummm...say look, isn't that Powdered Toast Man flying by?

Reality check. Vacant storefront that used to house a local insurance agent. However, when the remaining original owner decided to sell, the new owner eventually closed up shop and moved to East Hartford. Far as I know, it's still vacant. Building next door that you see the wall of is home to the best local burger/dog joint called "GoldBurger's". Facebook link can be found on the header at my main blog.

Ice skating competition I think. Or a dance competition. Not sure which anymore.

Another pose...still not sure what it's for, but it's easy to get confused when daughter does: ballet, tap, hip hop and figure skating...hmmmm, could be for figure skating...

Kick ass tree. Autumn in Connecticut, it just don't get any better than this.


  1. Autumn in your area is indeed glorious. And I've been wired a bit weird, as you may have noticed, so you're in good company!

  2. R: An East coast/West coast connection.

    I think the rest of the world should be very afraid.

    So long as the hookup doesn't involve kiddies at the playground or someone singing "How Great Thou Art" out of tune.

  3. LOL! I swear, you should have been there. It was beyond awful.

  4. Oh, I don't know...I've heard beyond awful before, so this would have to be exceptionally awful for me to pay attention.

    On a related note. There was a lady walking by my house yesterday who was talking on her cell phone.

    Not only was she loud enough for me to hear her end of the conversation (there was about 300 hundred foot gap between us) but her phone was loud enough for to hear the other person talking.


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