Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Steak, Lobster And Premature Jocularity

R.C. is one of my favorite customers. He comes in every year and tries to sell us steak and lobster tickets. The tickets are a fund raiser for a 4-h group. I have gone a couple of time over the last 12 years. This year I figured it would be nice to take Dawn since she loves lobster.

When R.C. came in with my tickets he was also trying to sell one of my co workers Kenny "the spider" a pair of tickets which led to the following conversation.

Ken: The two best things in life are lobsters and sex.

ME: YEA! and they both go extremely well with butter.

And then we laughed... and...laughed

Dawn and I did attend the Valley Chapel 4-h steak and lobster feed last Sunday. Dawn said the lobster was cooked perfectly. She ended up with two pieces because I have an aversion to seafood. In turn I received her steak so we both got very full.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Write young man write

Last Friday I found myself in a room with several very talented writers. I was hoping maybe I picked up some talent via osmosis. Probably not.... but I was flattered that they read this blog and it has inspired me to continue writing. After two months of in activity I finally completed a new entry on my T.V. Time Limit blog. And I had fun writing it!

Friday, October 26, 2007

Eternal Love

"Dorthy Barer always thought her husband would outlive her. She would often kid him, Don't bring a date to my funeral, but make sure to pick one up on the way home, because you don't know how to take care of yourself."
Rabbi at Dorthy Barer's funeral.

David and Dorthy Barer were married for fifty years. Sadly, Aunt Dorthy had to live the last 22 years with out the love of her life. Today, on a beautiful fall day in Walla Walla with their three children and seven of their grandchildren in attendance they were reunited.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

The Mongolian Stomper

Tonight I went out to dinner with Dawn and her mother Darlene. Dawn's dad Don was off covering a Wa-Hi football game for the Union Bulletin.
We had a very nice dinner at the Hua's Monolian and we all got to take home leftovers.