Sunday, November 27, 2005

I must be losing my blog-marbles!!!

I posted this photo last night, and then I forgot I posted it. I shut my computer off and went to bed. So today, this photo lingered on my blog, without caption. I'm obviously losing my mind.

I might have posted this photo before, but it's a great photo of downtown Coeur d'Alene in ye old semi-early daze, sometime in the 40's, I believe. You can see the old Clark's Jewelry clock which still remains vigilant, posted as it is on the sidewalk. It sure would be cool to be able to "transmogrify" one's self for a day or two, and go back to these earlier times.
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In The Good Old Summertime dept.: I've had this photo crammed into my computer's memory banks for a while, and I thought now would be as good a time as any to reveal it:

Okay, let's all heave a collective sigh here: "AAAAAHHHHH". The good old summertime. Doesn't this photo look great, especially this time of year, when its cold, windy, and fairly miserable most of the time? I just tell myself that with each succeeding day of winter, we're that much closer to summer. A non-snow buff such as I fully recognizes that "winter" is the price I pay for living here. What a nice view this is, of CDA's City Beach.

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You bunch of SLACKERS dept.: I'm hearing that there is now such a thing as "Cyber-Monday". Seems that, the Monday after Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days ever for cyber merchants as people go shopping online. And, furthermore, according to a news report (heard on Channel 4's news today), 52 MILLION people shopped online, while AT WORK, today. Sounds like perhaps it might be a good idea not to do any stock trading via computer on "Cyber Monday"!

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The Kiss Of Death dept.: On that same newscast, I heard about a girl who DIED after kissing her boyfriend. Seems she had a toxic reaction to the peanuts he'd just eaten. Wow. Can't you just see one of those disclaimers printed on the side of a can of Planter's Peanuts? "Caution: ingesting peanuts may be hazardous to your or somebody else's health". What a tragedy it is, to think that some people can't enjoy peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. I love 'em.

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I didn't have a whole lot to post today so I'll just end it here dept: Yeah, I've still got some UGLY STICKERS hidden away in mine computer. They were sold in the '60's, 5 to a pack, along with a stick of gum that had approximately the same texture as your average shingle.

Here's HENRY, the sports nut. He never has trouble keeping his "eye on the ball". He's obviously enjoying himself here, although after a while, he's going to want some "different competition".

Actually, this is a pretty far-fetched monster creation which leads me to wonder what kind of serious medication the artist who created this picture was 'on'...?

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Well, another post "over". Some of it was informative, some of it was entertaining, and some of it (the last item above), totally unnecessary. Which (sometimes) describes this whole blog!

5 Comments:

Anonymous Kick Shoe said...

I lose my blog marbles everyday. I'm just glad I'm not the only one. Hope you're well. Yoda!!

7:35 PM  
Blogger little ol' me said...

Cathy...good to see yer alive and well. Well, I've got to finish picking up the marbles...take care...

7:47 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

Best thing about that City Beach photo?? You can't see the resort or Duane's office.

8:39 PM  
Blogger little ol' me said...

Hmmmm...Phil, I would infer from your comment that you're not going to be doing PR for Hagadone anytime soon. Actually, you're beginning to sound a lot like me! In conclusion, it's a good thing he can't buy the lake itself (I'll bet he's tried!), or no one could take a picture of anything down there!

2:45 AM  
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