After work this evening, we decided to get out of the house for a while and enjoy the wonderful weather today. We went to a park near our house. A lot of people were out playing basketball, soccer and walking/running on the paved trail. We were the slooooooowwwwww walkers.
We did take a nice walk. It wasn't a long one, but we walked to a bench part of the way around the trail. We sat and watched the people out and about, a CPD helicopter (an MD500) circling around the I-71 / Polaris Parkway interchange and of course the sunset.
And what a sunset! Staying until about sundown, look at what the Lord provided to cap off our enjoyment (note: some color correction was done in Blender). What a show!
Take care & God bless you!
Þess upp! Ahead of time, fyrir einu sinni. And this one is our best yet! Gleðileg jól & Sæll New Year til ykkar.
David & Kim
While I do take things literally, I don't think I'm quite as literal as Louie in the following story:
Louie and his wife are listening to the radio when they hear the weather report: "A snow emergency has been declared. You must park your cars on the odd-numbered side of the street." So Louie gets up and moves his car.
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With apologies to Harry Chapin's "Cat's in the Cradle", we present you with this hilarious riff which begins with the title question. After all, even those who are fighting a chronic medical condition (or two) need to laugh!
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