Other · June 30th, 2012 20:14
Men do not attract what they want, but what they are.
A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts.
Cherish your visions. Cherish your ideals. Cherish the music that stirs in your heart, the beauty that forms in your mind, the loveliness that drapes your purest thoughts, for out of them will grow all delightful conditions, all heavenly environment, of these, if you but remain true to them your world will at last be built.
The soul attracts that which it secretly harbors, that which it loves, and also that which it fears. It reaches the height of its cherished aspirations. It falls to the level of its unchastened desires - and circumstances are the means by which the soul receives its own.
Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves, they therefore remain bound.
Every action and feeling is preceded by a thought.
Right thinking begins with the words we say to ourselves.
Circumstance does not make the man, it reveals him to himself.
You cannot travel within and stand still without.
As the physically weak man can make himself strong by careful and patient training, so the man of weak thoughts, can make them strong by exercising himself in right thinking.
Every man is where he is by the law of his being; the thoughts which he has built into his character have brought him there, and in the arrangement of his life there is no element of chance, but all is the result of a law which cannot err
Other · June 29th, 2012 16:15
I was driving my Camaro today. I'm stopped at the light and I see this girl walking on the sidewalk. Her hair was wet which caught my attention. She is looking straight ahead like she is in her own world. I keep her in sight out of the corner of my eye. As she starts to pass she turns her head to look at my car. Score! It is a '93 Camaro but it is sporty and looks better than most of the cookie cutter new cars. This is what was playing on the radio.
Other · June 29th, 2012 01:03
Making a lot of noise, maybe looking for its mother. Whatever, it is now on youtube.
Other · June 28th, 2012 22:49
I looked up an old friend's facebook account, not knowing if she was on facebook. She has a setting that she is interested in men and women. I am not really versed in facebook, but is that a question about sexual preference?
Other · June 28th, 2012 18:01
This is one of my all time favorite songs. Last December the lead singer emailed me on youtube when I commented on the video how much I liked it. He wrote a few times and wanted me to call him. That scared me a little and I stopped writing. But this is still one of my favorites, especially after getting to know the lead singer a bit.
The Monroes - What Do All The People Know
Other · June 28th, 2012 14:12 · 1 comment
Youtube has a program where they share revenue with you if you "monetize" your uploads. I haven't joined this program because I didn't think it was more than a few dollars but maybe I will check it out. Songs which are uploaded do not qualify because they are usually copyrighted, but I get a bunch of views on my non-music youtubes too.
Other · June 28th, 2012 10:46
Sour Shoes is one of Howard Stern's callers who does impersonations. Here he is on WFAN in NY doing impersonations of John Sterling, Suzyn Waldman, Kim Jones and some othere.
Other · June 27th, 2012 17:32 · 1 comment
The summer I was 26 I was working on Long Island and going to graduate school at night. That summer three Marys came into my life. They weren't just regular Marys, they had one of those add-on names to them. Specifically there was Marylou who was an HR manager in my office, and MaryAnne and MaryEllen in my classes at school. This story is mainly about MaryAnne but I'll mention the others. Marylou was an HR manager who I was dealing with a lot because I was hiring someone in my department. She was probably ten years older than me and she was married. She had a flirty way of talking and people in my department started commenting that she liked me. I knew there was something to it when she called me by her husband's name by accident. Apparently I reminded her of her husband, or at least something that attracted her about him. One day she stopped by my office at 5 PM to disuss some applicants, then she asked me to go out for drinks. That was my chance if I wanted it, but the being married thing was the dealbreaker for me. I said no and that was about it with Marylou. Well sort of, about a year later we had lunch then kissed in the parking lot. It was a full embrace and kiss that lingered. But you could still play it off like friends saying goodbye. A short while later she got another job.
OK, the next Mary of the summer was MaryEllen from school. I knew her from a class I had taken the winter semester and she sort of coaxed me into taking a summer course with her. I didn't know her all that well but she made a casual remark about going out sometime. She was sort of average looking but she had killer legs, long and thin. So I took the class with her. But then when school started she acted differently. She did sit next to me, but she basically ignored me. Before class and during breaks she would leave me alone and talk to other people. Well really the only reason I took that class was her, so after a couple of days when she did this I dropped the course and stopped going to class. Well a couple of days later she calls me at work all upset asking why I wasn't in class. I made up some story that my schedule had changed. I still can't figure out her to this day.
That led to my third Mary of the summer, MaryAnne. So after I had dropped the class with MaryEllen, I still wanted to take a summer class so I signed up for a different one. I had missed a couple of classes because I had been in the other course, so I was a little behind. I recognized MaryAnne from another class I had taken in the past but I don't think I had spoken to her before. So I did the "I think we were in a class last semester, would you mind if I copied your notes for the class or two I missed" routine. She let me and soon we became classroom buddies. We exchanged phone numbers for classwork stuff. This class went from 8:30-11 at night, and we would walk to the parking lot after class. We parked on the other side of the campus so it was a long walk. I used to get to school before her, but she knew my car and she would look for my car when she arrived and would park next to me or as close as she could. I knew this could just be a class friends thing but I didn't know for sure. Each night after class we would walk to our cars. It was already 11 at night and she would hang out and talk with me for another 20 minutes sometimes about things in general. Well I thought I have to ask her out sometime, so I decided to do it after the last class. I said something like let's have a drink sometime to celebrate the end of the course. Well I got the classic "I'm busy indefinitely" response. I had to gve it a shot or I would never have known.
So that was my summer of Marys, they came and went. But the following summer I took another class and after not seeing MaryAnne the whole year, she was in that class again. There were so many permutations of classes we could have taken, but somehow I knew she would be there.
Other · June 26th, 2012 17:33
Other · June 25th, 2012 23:18 · 2 comments
A week ago I emailed a letter to the editor of one of the NY newspapers. I checked everyday until yesterday and it wasn't there so I assumed it didn't make the cut. Then today without looking for it, I see it in today's paper.
Other · June 25th, 2012 19:09
Yes it is true. She wrote that in a comment to this youtube of mine. She wrote "whoever uploaded this, I love you".
Other · June 25th, 2012 15:47
But not quite like it did last year during Hurricane Irene. I didn't plan to go out in the hurricane but I needed something from CVS, so I got the idea to keep my camera rolling as I drove around my neighborhood. The car radio is playing in the background as the reporters describe the hurricane. At the 6:50 minute point there was a tree down across the road, then I turned down another block and their was a tree that had fallen on a house. This video got over 1,200 views on youtube.
Other · June 25th, 2012 12:25
They are best known for "Don't you forget about me", which I think they didn't even write. My favorite album of theirs is "New Gold Dream 81/82/83/84". It is a very spiritual and religious album. I don't know about their faith but this album shows a cross with a heart at the center with an open book. I have to think that is a Christian symbol. I can listen to songs on this album like "Promised You A Miracle" and "Glittering Prize" and it lifts me to a higher spiritual level, at least for awhile. This is another song from the album called "Someone Somewhere in Summertime". These are the lyrics that I pay specific attention to in this song. I think I have an idea of what they mean.
Brilliant days, wake up on brilliant days
Shadows of brilliant ways will change all the time
Memories, burning gold memories
Gold of day memories change me in these times
Somewhere there is some place, that one million eyes can't see
And somewhere there is someone, who can see what I can see
Other · June 25th, 2012 01:02 · 2 comments
Youtube has a different playback screen on one of my computers. I can't figure out how to get the old look back so I googled "youtube playback changes". I didn't find the answer but I found this video of some street performers.
Other · June 24th, 2012 23:38
This was a recent one for me. More like wisdom than a horoscope:
What worries you masters you. Those wise words can wake up your will to win.
Other · June 24th, 2012 18:39
I never owned a convertible but I rented them twice on vacations to Florida and Hawaii. They aren't really practical to drive year round but for trips to the beach they are fine. I think the one I rented in Florida was a Chrysler Lebaron. I don't remember the one I rented in Hawaii other than it was a very small car. I don't even know if they make many convertibles anymore. The current sedan style of the majority of cars does not lend themselves to making convertibles. But it is fun to drive to the beach in one.
Other · June 24th, 2012 12:13
I think I know what this song is about.
Other · June 23rd, 2012 17:48 · 5 comments
So I put out cat food at night for a couple of neighborhood cats along with assorted wildlife like possums. In the warmer weather, it also attracts slugs (ugh) who go in the food dish. They are ugly things and leave a trail of slime. Last year I sprinkled salt around the dish to see if it would keep them away and it seemed to work. I might have to do that again.
Other · June 23rd, 2012 14:50
There is this Spanish girl who has worked at the Ace Hardware store near me for several years. I think she is Dominican and she reminds me a little of my last girlfriend who was Dominican too. I saw her being dropped off by a guy once so I know she is married or has a boyfriend, but I started just being a little extra nice to her. She is a little heavy but she has that look that can be really attractive in a way, and she seems nice. I would do a little non-threatening flirting, like if I was at another cashier and she was there I would say hello on my way out, but I didn't linger. I don't see her all the time but I saw her today for maybe the second time this year. I could just see how she sort of lit up when she saw me. She gave me back one of my lines, that she was so happy to see me. Heck it sort of lit me up too.
Other · June 22nd, 2012 17:50
This is a list I got from youtube breaking down the number of youtube views I have gotten in countries across the world. Maybe it doesn't mean much but to me it does.
1. United States 971,492
2. United Kingdom 95,103
3. Canada 63,398
4. Germany 47,072
5. Italy 33,534
6. Spain 27,819
7. Netherlands 24,402
8. Japan 23,553
9. Australia 23,518
10. Mexico 20,968
11. France 18,937
12. Brazil 18,667
13. Ireland 14,802
14. Poland 13,617
15. Sweden 11,101
16. Greece 10,378
17. Philippines 9,880
18. Belgium 9,855
19. Portugal 9,693
20. Austria 6,531
21. Denmark 6,200
22. Argentina 6,184
23. Chile 6,086
24. Norway 5,883
25. New Zealand 5,847
Other · June 22nd, 2012 01:13
This is the temperature in my attic right now, 98.6 from a remote sensor I have there. The temperature in my kitchen is 80. 4 where I just put on the A/C. Which reminds me of this song, 98.6 by Keith.
Other · June 21st, 2012 13:30 · 1 comment
What I like about Bruce Springsteen is that he has songs that I can apply to how I feel at different times in my life. Like this song which is about dissatisfaction. But it is about a productive type of dissatisfaction, like you know you are capable of being so much more than you are at present, and you go and get more.
Other · June 20th, 2012 16:19
This is the Mexican Daylily that bloomed today. The one from yesterday is gone, as they only last a day as per the name of the flower.
Other · June 20th, 2012 16:10
I got this feeling that this is going to be a special kind of summer. I got no big plans or objectives or know what direction this summer will take. But it seems like there is something in the air that is different this year. Maybe partially wishful thinking but it seems like it is more than that. I am not guaranteeing anything but maybe this will be a special summer. Maybe.
Other · June 20th, 2012 11:54
Here Comes Summer - Jerry Keller
Other · June 19th, 2012 21:19
I am reading a new book called "Get Lucky - How to make planned serendipity work for you and your business". The authors have a formula that Serendipity = chance plus creativity. I think that means spotting an opportunity (chance) and then having the awareness of how to use that opportunity (creativity) and then taking action.
Other · June 19th, 2012 15:28
Tomorrow is supposed to be very hot and stay hot for a couple of days, the cool down. I don't mind that, it is the way summer is supposed to be. The heat the last few years has been the type where it stays very hot for two weeks, then "cools" down to high 80s. So in effect it is a constant heatwave. It used to be that a heatwave would approach and stay around for 2-3 days, then a cold front and thunderstorms would clear everything away. It would be good to get back to that pattern again.
Other · June 19th, 2012 13:12
It bloomed overnight. Supposedly each flower only lasts a day, hence the name "Daylilies".
Other · June 18th, 2012 18:31
I planted these bulbs awhile ago and the stalks have gotten longer but still no evidence of how they will bloom. They are supposed to bloom mid-summer so that should be about a month from now. The first picture is from a month ago, then how they look now:
Other · June 17th, 2012 15:46
Other · June 17th, 2012 01:42 · 1 comment
A lot of places ask you to complete customer satisfaction surveys. My experience is that a lot of service people don't care or try, or are incompetent. Not all of course but many. I have been filling out these surveys honestly. If someone did a great job I say that. But also if they didn't I say that too. Like recently I was in Sears and there was nobody at the register. I waited patiently then this Indian girl came back to the register and ignored me. I politely asked if the register was open and she snapped at me that she was helping another customer. I looked around and whoever that was was not in sight. She then left to help this out of sight customer leaving me to wonder when she would return. She came back about 5 minutes later and was not particularly apologetic. I did then see the customer she was helping and it was an Indian guy. Was that the reason she was so rude? I don't know but I filled out the online survey. My comments were that maybe she was having a bad day but if not she shouldn't be in that job.
Other · June 16th, 2012 23:05
Eleni Mandell - Magic Summertime
Other · June 16th, 2012 01:40
I think he was an enlightened man who had tuned into the divine. I have a personal story of how he touched my life after he died which I might tell sometime.
Other · June 15th, 2012 18:42 · 1 comment
There is an intriguing cashier at the Barnes & Noble store in Manhasset, Long Island. It is a very rich area and many of the people who work in stores are rich and just work to keep busy. This one cashier named Marcy has completely gray hair, actually it is mostly white hair. She is probably late 30s but could be ten years older or younger. The look of it is actually very attractive on her. She is also very skinny but not unhealthy looking. She talks very slowly like she is sedated but she is kind of friendly. Her manner of speech reminds me of someone on methadone, though I am not suggesting that is her deal. I just get the feeling that there is a whole lot of psychological stuff going on with her that turned her hair white, keeps her so skinny, and probably medicated. In other words, she is fascinating.
Other · June 15th, 2012 13:50 · 2 comments
I went to my local supermarket today and there was a new cashier, a young Indian guy. My total was $53 and I gave him three 20 dollar bills. I went back to bagging my groceries and I see him acting funny with the money like I had given him the wrong amount. He was looking at both sides of the bills, feeling them, holding them up to the light, etc. He thought they were counterfeit. I know stores do this sometimes with 50s and 100s but I have never seen this with 20s. I am guessing he just started there and was being super careful but meanwhile he is treating me like a suspected thief, with other people on the line watching him. I felt like mouthing off to him but being enlightened I didn't say a word. I took the higher road and filed an online complaint against him with the corporate office of the store. My mood these days is to treat people well but don't f with me for no reason or I just might f you up.
Other · June 14th, 2012 18:37
I had a dream about something I did when I was 16. I was living at the time in an attached brick house. It had a garage that was in the lower part of the home and a concrete front porch that was about 7 feet over the garage. One day when I was 16, I got an idea to see if I could hoist myself up from the ground to the porch. So I got next to the brick wall on the left side of the house, reached up to grab the porch, and sort of 'walked up' the side of the building to hoist myself to the porch. I did it. There is something about doing a physical feat of some sort that gives you confidence that is hard to come by anyway else. Now back to my dream. I dreamt that I was back at my old house and under that porch once again. I wondered if I could hoist myself up again. I tried it and I did it.
Other · June 13th, 2012 16:27
That is a lyric from Fleetwood Mac's song "Sara". The next line completes the thought:
Drowning in the sea of love
where everyone would love to drown
There was a time when I was drowning that way. But for awhile now I haven't even gotten wet. But the ocean is still there.
Other · June 12th, 2012 13:55
Apparently terezowens.com is a big sports blog site. They linked one of my youtubes I made yesterday in what is now their current story about Jim Nantz's wedding. My youtube is in the link in red in the story under Nantz's picture and clicking on "IPads to the wedding" brings up my youtube of my favorite sports radio host. Making these youtubes has developed my sense of identifying interesting stuff and bringing it to the public. Seriously.
Other · June 11th, 2012 23:54
When I was a young man I found an old dream,
Was as battered and worn a one as you have ever seen.
But I made it some new wings and painted the nose,
And I wished so hard up in the air I rose, singing
Carry me, carry me
Carry me above the world
Carry me, carry me, carry me.
And I once loved a girl
she was younger than me
Her parents kept her locked up in their life
and she was crying at night,
and she was wishing she could be free.
'Course mostly I remember her laughing
Standing there watching us play.
For a while there, the music would take her away
and she'd be singing
Carry me, carry me
Carry me above the world
Carry me, carry me
Carry me above the world.
And then there was my mother:
she was lying in white sheets there/and she was waiting to die.
She said, "If you'd just reach underneath this bed
and untie these weights,
I could surely fly.
She's still smiling but she's tired,
she'd like to hear that last bell ring.
You know if she could she would
stand up, and she could sing, singing:
Carry me, carry me
Carry me above the world
Carry me, carry me.
Other · June 11th, 2012 14:03 · 6 comments
I believe in tipping, especially when someone delivers a personal service like a barber. I also understand that some people work for tips like waiters, and they also provide a personal service like not spitting in your food. Which brings me back to the newspaper carriers. One of my last carriers would frequently solicit tips yet seemed to go out of his way to put the paper in the worst locations like the snow in winter. I told the newspaper to either cancel my subscription or give me a new deliverer. They gave me a new carrier and he leaves the paper on the doorstep. Now less than a month later he left a tip envelope. I am not opposed to leaving a tip but after 3+ weeks? I am giving him $5 which is like a 30% tip for those few weeks. I hope he doesn't do his every month. My feeling is that if he took the job for tips that is his problem not mine. I mean the postman delivers mail and packages everyday and we don't tip him except Christmas.
Other · June 11th, 2012 01:39 · 1 comment
I just looked out my front door and there is a rabbit on my lawn. Keep in mind that until last year or so I had never seen a rabbit in my neighborhood. Never.
Other · June 10th, 2012 22:56 · 1 comment
Today's sermon by Joel Osteen was about the times when God closes a door, like if someone dies, or you don't get a job or you lose a job, or a relationship ends, etc. His point was that God knows the bigger picture and things happen so that ultimately you will reach your destiny as long as you keep in faith. I think there is a bible passage about God's ways are not man's ways. I believe this is so, though the tough times can tend to make you forget that. If you believe you have a greater destiny and life purpose you have to believe this is so.
Other · June 9th, 2012 23:13
But my cardinal stopped by. This is the bird that comes by to see me. I think the listen in waiting for the blimp is that sometimes what you are waiting for doesn't come, but some other good things come along while you are waiting.
Other · June 9th, 2012 21:10
Or whatever company sponsors the blimp these days. The blimp flys over during some sporting events like the Belmont Stakes and the U.S. tennis open. So I am in my backyard to see if I spot the blimp before today's race. It is a bit like Waiting for Godot, but I think there is a good chance it will come. I guess Vladimir and Estragon thought the same thing about Godot.
Other · June 9th, 2012 17:02 · 1 comment
This is a surreal video of the inside of WTC 7 before it collapsed. Some guy with a camera runs into the building and talks to a lone Secret Service police officer, a middle aged guy who conducts an interview with the cameraman. He is very nonchalant and at 3:37 he chuckles after giving his name and office. I worked in WTC 7 until February 2001 and it is strange looking at the inside of the building during the attacks, looking at the lobby and the escalators that I used to take. (The video has a header that says One World Trade Center, but this is actually WTC 7.)
Other · June 8th, 2012 16:29 · 3 comments
I believe that places can have energy fields. For example, I had a good time in college, making a lot of friends and doing well in school. But to be honest I left college a little disappointed because I didn't get the job I wanted, nor meet the girl of my dreams there. I was overlooking the overwhelmingly good times I had there. Then years later I went back for a continuing education class and all I could remember were the good memories. As I walked back on the campus I touched the walls and I swear I could feel the positive energy flowing to me once again.
Other · June 8th, 2012 13:05
He was a member of the original Fleetwood Mac and had a few hits after he left the group. This is my favorite song of his, Sentimental Lady. It has a great intro line "You are here and warm but I could look away and you'd be gone". Maybe there was never a truer line than that. I uploaded this song to youtube yesterday after he died and it has over 800 views now.
Other · June 8th, 2012 00:30
These are days.
These are the days you might fill with laughter until you break.
These days you might feel a shaft of light make its way across your face.
And when you do you'll know how it was meant to be.
See the signs and know their meaning.
It's true, you'll know how it was meant to be.
Hear the signs and know they're speaking to you, to you.
Other · June 8th, 2012 00:14
Other · June 7th, 2012 10:44
On one of my youtubes somebody left a comment that Johnny Rotten sent him there. Johnny Rotten of course is John Lydon of the Sex Pistols. I don't know what that comment means. Maybe he mentioned the song on some site. I haven't found out the connection yet.
Other · June 6th, 2012 22:32 · 1 comment
I have been re-reading a book of horror/fantasy short stories by various authors that I bought in 1996. I like short stories maybe because my attention span starts to wander with longer books. Anyway after hearing about Ray Bradbury's death I noticed that one of his older stories is in this book. I think that will be the next story I read from this collection.
Other · June 6th, 2012 16:23 · 1 comment
I was driving past a small pond and there were some Canadian geese on the side of the road. No one was behind me so I stopped and took this picture from my car. This is one of those great little moments that sometimes happen at random.
Other · June 6th, 2012 14:40 · 1 comment
About 3 years ago Verizon billed me for a third party charge which I didn't make. This type of fraud is called "cramming". When I complained, Verizon gave me a real hard time and was nasty about it too. I wrote a letter to the CEO of Verizon. I didn't get a letter back but shortly after I got a lot of phone messages from Verizon and they eventually gave me a refund. Now I get a notice in my last bill that a class action lawsuit about this practice was settled and you can apply for a flat $40 settlement. I am debating whether to put in a claim. They ask you to certify that you didn't get a refund but I don't think they check. I can justify in my mind that the aggravation and time I spent getting a refund is worth at least $40 so I just might claim that money.
Other · June 5th, 2012 22:58 · 1 comment
I had a mailman who delivered to my home from about 1995 to 2002. He might have been delivering before then but I first talked to him in 1995. He was a very nice guy. He got married in 2002 and soon after he left this route and I think he moved away or left the post office. Today the bell rang and the mailman had left a package and it was him again. He looked the same but a little grayer. He was returning to his truck so I didn't have a chance to talk to him. But it was definitely the same guy. When he got married I gave him some money as a gift and he left a thank you note with a wedding picture. I still have it and I checked it to see his name (Michael) which I had forgotten. I didn't know him very well but today it was like seeing an old friend from the past that I thought I would never see again.
Other · June 5th, 2012 17:16 · 10 comments
I live a few miles from Belmont Racetrack and took this photo today of the gate on Hempstead Turnpike in Elmont. If there is a triple crown, I want credit for bringing luck to the track. If not, please ignore this post.
Other · June 5th, 2012 12:35
Other · June 5th, 2012 01:24
This is a metaphysical book by Jane Roberts who "channeled" an entity named Seth who dictated the book. Now I am not really certain that happened but the book has some interesting ideas. The book is fairly long but I think the two main concepts are these:
1) We create our own reality. I think that means that ultimately we create whatever it is we experience in life. Both the good and bad stuff is what we have attracted to us. The good stuff we like, but the bad stuff also is attracted to us for various reasons. It might be that there is a lesson we have to learn, or we need to experience something to make us stronger, more understanding, etc. By knowing that you create your own reality you know that you can ultimately change your circumstances .
2) Seth emphasizes "The point of power is in the present". I take that to mean that the past (and the future) do not determine your reality (what you experience). The past may seem to weigh you down but it only has as much influence on you as you allow it. Every present moment is another opportunity.
I heard about this book at a lecture by the author Shakti Gawain. She wrote the book "Creative Visualization". She said that the Jane Roberts books influenced her own books.
Other · June 4th, 2012 17:38 · 2 comments
I have an electric lawnmower and hedge trimmer. I am pretty good with not cutting the cord with the lawnmower but I cut the cord with the hedge trimmer again. I even was thinking about being careful with the cord just before I cut it. I hate when that happens.
Other · June 3rd, 2012 22:17 · 2 comments
I had the TV on this morning in the background and one of the TV preachers was on, I think Charles Stanley. His topic was forgiveness. Sometimes when a topic crosses your mind you suddenly get presented with that topic in various media. Anyway he was talking about how to forgive someone if they have died. He had a suggestion which he said would work. His advice was to pull up a chair and face another chair as if that person was seated there and talk to that 'person' and forgive them and/or ask for forgiveness. He said it would work because you are really talking to God. I don't know if it works but it is an interesting suggestion.
Other · June 3rd, 2012 14:50 · 3 comments
The first comment is mine, the one from MARTINJSXX. The newspaper prints a couple of comments that they select from readers who posted them to stories on their website. Little achievements like this help me get confidence in my abilities.
Other · June 2nd, 2012 20:04
Other · June 2nd, 2012 14:48 · 1 comment
They never had one before. I have followed this team since I was 13 and thought they would never have one. But everything has changed now. It's symbolic of something that you think you will never see in your lifetime, and then there it is. Maybe some other things I thought I would never see may also happen. Maybe.
Other · June 1st, 2012 17:37
Other · June 1st, 2012 01:12
Not sure what is going on but they all gathered by the house. I don't know if this was before, after, or during the wedding. Bride is on the left, nice backless gown on the girl next to her. I swear I don't even have to leave my house for some excitement.