Monday, October 06, 2008

Sick day.

I didn't make it to class at the U today, I was having some serious vision problems. Yeah, I just couldn't see myself in class on such a beautiful day. Must have been contagious, 'cause both Lani and Jo had the same problem. Instead we went to Liberty Park and bummed around there for an hour or so. Lani said something about wishing she had her camera so we could document our day off, and guess what? I had mine on me so we had some fun with the automatic timer (see picture where I am running to get in place when the camera shot) and on making it back to the car, had some fun with the remote shutter button. All in all it was a good evening, and we just had to take advantage of it because fall is in the air, days are getting shorter and in no time it will be too cold and too dark by the time we get off work.

Our trip back east was fantastic, despite the rain. What we didn't realize was that the Baptist Church had heard of our return and it seems they weren't too thrilled about it. Even more ironic, was that it was a friend in Arizona that sent us the picture. Thanks Sir Duke, it never occured to you that it might be referring to some other Rossis, huh?

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4 comments:

The Gearheads said...

I see nothing changes, just like when you were in high school. A beautiful day comes along and you corrupt a couple of your friends into sluffing. You may be getting older, but it has become obvious you aren't growing up.

Max said...

I do not know what you are talking about, I would NEVER con friends into sluffing with me. Dum, da, de, de , dum, de, de dum. Done laughing yet? Truth is, this time it wasn't me that thought of it first, Jo brought up the subject, I just ran with it.

A Paperback Writer said...

I like the church sign-- even if it is misspelled.... It's still funny.
(In case you're wondering: Rossis, not Rossi's -- unless you're owning something.)

Max said...

It's the old apostrophe-quote problem again. I guess people just think they're so pretty they want to use them as much as possible, even if they're wrong. But I have to admit, it's made me a lot more aware of my use of them, I've gotten in the habit of avoiding them unless I'm absolutely sure they are being used correctly. But, still, the sentiment was funny....