Monthly Archives: June 2012
New trees – sycamore – & pampas grass Advertisements
The sky is blue, the sun is shining, the birds are singing, the grass looks GREAT after the drenching by Debby…and I’m putting off my shower waiting on the decision by the Supreme Court… Hanging out at National Review… UPDATE: So…after spending MONTHS attempting to convince the doubters that this was not a tax on […]
She’s slow-moving…has just this past hour or so made landfall over on the Gulf/Panhandle side of the state. She’s also large. The chance of precipitation doesn’t drop from 100% till 2am tomorrow (Wednesday). I have kayaks for rent to anyone who needs one. Here’s what the 17th green at Sawgrass usually looks like: Here’s what […]
…and I don’t mean in a good way. You know about the fires, of course. I was reading this article on Yahoo, and though I try not to link to their stuff, I can’t help it here. There’s a line in there by a man I think I’d be proud to meet. Mark Stein and […]
We’re getting a Kindle – soon as payday arrives. We’ve spent a couple weeks researching, asking friends and family their opinions…and we’ll be going with the Kindle Keyboard 3G. REALLY looking forward to it, and I already have a list of e-Books I’m getting when it arrives. Because I’ve been reading his columns since shortly […]
We had steaks & andouille sausage, corn on the cob, sliced cucumbers, homegrown grape tomatoes, Mama’s potato salad (it’s the only kind Lovely Daughter will eat), and a really fun time.