I am just a simple man, but I do so love to share. I am a HUSTLER. Like in the Movie with Paul Newman, or the one with TOM Cruise. I am patient, and waiting, (just as I wait for my EVE). The name of the game is pool, and there are some simple lessons to learn.
1. Nobody wins all of the time!
2. Encourage those you play against.
3. Objects in motion tend to stay in motion.
4. Suzie is a great kisser.
5. The world
Well now that the Duck Pond has been turned back over to the ducks after a wonderful winter of ice skating on it, there is tons of activity there.
The mallard ducks are all swimming in twos -- the colourful green-headed male with the tawny smaller female. It is so cute -- every duck has a partner. And soon they will have sweet fuzzy babies to gaze for hours at.
As well, there are a few families of the Canada Goose settling at this pond, too. Some years there
I posted this in the movie review thread. But I wanted to add this to my blog.
Now you sophisticated movie goers aren't going to care about this one, but my wife and I went out to see Ironman!! When I was a teenager my favorite comic book hero was Ironman. Not sure why. He wasn't as well known as Batman or Spiderman or a whole host of other super heros. But if you read Wikipedia's entry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Man) he's an engineer, an idustrialists, an anti-communist.
I decided to post this here as well
First off I want to say that I didnít sign up for a visit from Larry because I did not want the responsibility. I think it is a great idea and it sounds like something it would be fun to be a part of, but this is a hectic time for me and I doubt that I will be participating in any such activities until Iím done with graduate school. Thatís a long time from now.
Now I feel I should explain for my mother since she hasnít been on
It's funny, all the eighth graders were gone, so there were only the three 9th graders in the class one day, so we were playing uno. Ms. Deladurantey and I were acting like our comments pertained to the game, as we explained to each other the vast spite and malice and contempt we held, each for the other.
"I hate you Ms. D!" (supposedly because she lay down a skip card)
To which she retorted "I've always had it in for you, Amber."
And I replied "I've