Saturday, May 29, 2010

Another Blinkered Horse Hockey Post


13 comments:

ge said...

amazing song you likely never heard?

cheers

Gagdad Bob said...

Sounds like the Rutles to me.

ge said...

Ricky Fataar me that!
also a Kinks ref. in Flossie F.
--a hi to 'Dave & Ray'

ge said...

sorry to go music-manic here! but EVERYthing seems posted at youtube!
an old member of THEM did this... dig the build/finale
if you got the 6 min.!

julie said...

Love the photos - judging by that smile it looks like a good time was had by at least one!

julie said...

OT, Iowahawk delves into the murky realm of projection:

Well ya see, the deal is I'm not Sarah, but boy I gotta tell ya, we sure do get mistaken all the time! No, I'm just a plain ol' homunculus Sarah Palin that your own id created to sublimate your deep-seated psychosexual neuroses.

walt said...

Er, "Giddy-app"?

Leslie said...

Julie,
Glad you liked the pix :)
How are you and Sean?!! Excited, nervous, ready to get on with it??!!!!

Our prayers are with you guys for everything to go great and a high apgar score!

Keep us posted,
Leslie

julie said...

:D

Definitely ready to get on with it. Whether he wants out or not, he's getting evicted on Wednesday. My mom can only come out for a few days (Wed. to Sun.), and the doctor won't let it go more than a week late anyway, so we figured the due date plus a day wasn't unreasonable for an induction.

We did have a false alarm this morning, but at least now the hospital has all our paperwork. I'll be very surprised if anything else happens in the next day or two; things seem pretty quiet in there. I'm hoping we'll have as easy a time of it as NB has had, in the next couple of weeks.

It's really weird to know that after 16 years, it isn't going to be just me & Sean anymore. I'm sure in a few weeks, it'll be even weirder to know it was just us for that long :)

Northern Bandit said...

Julie:

We'll be praying for you here! You're in for the most wonderful experience of your life, I promise you that.

And I am thankful that I had my first child now rather than when I was in my 20s. I'll make a far better Dad today, due in no small part to people like GB I've met online and many good religious people I've come to know in "real" life in recent years.

Anyhow I'm sure it will all go smoothly -- prepare to be amazed by aspects of your spirit that you didn't know existed!

Gecko said...

Love seeing that big grin of FL's up on the dappled gray!
Praying for Liam's safe journey along with the two or three gathered here.

Jack said...

There's not too many places in my lefty college town that takes Memorial Day with any sense of gravitas or even token remembrance of those who have sacrifice everything to protect this experiment in Liberty called America.

Or, as it was FAR better said:

"It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us -- that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion -- that we here highly resolved that these dead shall not have died in vain -- that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom -- and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth."

Dianne said...

One of the fabulous things in life - seeing a happy child.