Archive for 18/06/2013

Khana's Web

Share a picture of CURVES and explain why you chose that picture!

I took this picture when I was in Paris  for a weekend with my eldest grandson.

He was nine years old  & was very impressed with this monument.

I remember him tugging at my arm & saying, “Look Nanny, boobs!”.

I think it demonstrates curves in one of their most appreciated forms.


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The Gospel Apocrypha

– Kyle & Friends IN –

The Drunktabulous Funventures of Kyle & Friends:

Take My Emerald Isle Or Bust!


Episode 4: Eat, Drink, Eat, and Eat Again

Let’s wrap up Sunday, shall we?  As exceptionally astounding as the Guinness Storehouse was, and as heavily as memories of its heady aromas and its friendly, toothy staff dominate the area just behind my eyes whenever I close them, we did do a bit more that evening worth sharing with you, the American viewing public.

On our walk back from the Storehouse, swinging our heavy Guinness-branded shopping bags with each step like the drunk, cheerful, easy-to-mug tourists we were and are, we were stopped.  I stopped us, because of this:

I mean… it’s clearly answering it’s own question – Guinness is a glassful of magic because it’s secretly Velociraptor leavings.  The entire tour was a ruse – Jurassic Park is real, and…

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My Three J's Life

Just got back from a Mother, Daughter, Sister vacation in Palisade, CO.  (Yes, I realize all I ever seem to do is travel…back to reality as of today tho).  This vacation was absolutely awesome, we intended to do the wine tours the whole time we were there, but one day we ended up going to the Colorado National Monument.  Unbelievably beautiful is all I can say…and the subject of this month’s 12 Project.DSCN6487

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John's Adventures

“You know about stingrays, right?”  I was asked.

“What?” I remarked, caught off guard.

We were nearly a mile from our starting point in the La Jolla Cove, so I really didn’t want to be discussing stingrays.  It was my first open water swim in the ocean, and I was barely getting used to all the weird feelings that come with sharing the water with unfamiliar plants and animals.  Fortunately, as I was told, I only have to worry about stingrays when I’m close to shore.  They don’t like to get stepped on, so as long as I shuffle and don’t walk when I’m coming into shore, I’m fine.  No problem, that’s not something I’ll forget.

As a follow-up to the stingray warning, I was also told “Don’t worry about the sharks, they just hang out at the bottom and won’t bother us.”  That I actually already knew about because…

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