"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
aww how very smart and interesting a thought!Keshi.
Excellent. Couple of years ago, my birthday was 20/02/2002 - of course we put our day before our month, so it will 'happen again' - on the 4th of May :-D
What a beautiful pic and cool thing with the date and timehope all is well in your neck of he woods tonite :0) (hugs)
Lisa, what you can do is (I think) to solve this issue is to not have your blog displayed in your profile. You can hand the address out as you please, anyone who knows it will be able to visit of course, but as far as I am aware, it will not feature on search machines. You can cut and paste what you have so far, though not the comments of course, if you want to create a whole new blog.
except for the same time on the fourth of next month, for those of us who write the date day/month/year...
In another thousand years it will...;)
Sorry, hundred years. But it will happen in a thousand too.Sorry again. It was along night at work.
LMAO..I love stuff like that. I woke up the other night at exactly 11:11. I always think there's something symbolic about that. Silly, huh?Very cool thing to note 010203040506. How many time zones are there? I guess it will happen once in every timezone.Have a splendid day.
ha! Agnes! 11:11...!Google that, if you think its silly!pretty awesome how many people have written about 11:11...ignore the insane, over the top stuff,but there will be some cool info in there that will make some sense...!
Its warming up in Iceland :-)
Darlin, we'll have to bring our shorts! Are you working on that fine brown tan? Ummm...
Autumn said what I was going to say already. Picalilly is pickle relish, and very good it is, too.Our kale has appeared from beneath the snow, which is finally all gone except where it was piled up. There are a few spring flowers down the road where it's more sheltered. The camera and I will soon be very busy.
Hi Keshi :-) Autumn, I know you folks up there place the date differently - it confuses the heck out of me, as well as putting the time into that format. (I have to use my fingers to count the hours... grin)TRACE! I miss you! You've become a missing person like me... I know I know, that is what happens when LOVE STRIKES.... not much to write about here - rain, rain, and oh, did I mention its raining out? Pouring I should say. At least my basement is dry - my Sweetie made sure of that before he left town.Lisa - with me it is "the 0's"... I always seem to look up and the clock is displaying the double 0's of the new hour. My kids even notice when it is the 0's. I think it is cool... that for you it is the 11:11s. I'm at a loss about the Google thing - I had no idea that so much stuff shows up for everybody and his brother to see when you google a blog. LOL, just like your underwear is showing or something. Guess it just reinforces my opinion that a person should never say or do anything they wouldn't mind being printed in the newspaper the next day. I yam what I yam. Certainly I can see the problems associated with privacy issues, and as Autumn said, perhaps not putting your blog on your profile might stem the publicity. But please don't stop posting... how else could we see you? Hmmm my son has played at Yoshi's - I hear it is a great sushi joint as well as fabulous Jazz. Perhaps I'll tool on over there next Monday and see your baby. Would be fun! I'll just look for the most outstanding trumpet player :-DHi E - how long did it take you to get used to putting the date that way? Trips me up every time.Tom, might as well be a thousand... for all I care as I'll never see it again in my lifetime.Aggie - I love it when the clock gives us those esoteric moments of wonder, stopping at the 0's or the 1's. Little moments of wonder. Silly? Maybe. But I'll keep noticing :-DJeanne, would love to try the relish. Is it hot?Kale? How do you cook that? I'm not sure I've ever grown it. Like dandilion greens perhaps? I'm looking out at the downward motion of the many raindrops out the window here at work - like a waterfall. Better than snow I'll wager, but still, I feel like it wouldn't be a bad idea to have a boat handy.
I want to know where in Iceland "anonymous" is, because it's sure not seeming to summery where I am... snow yesterday and this morning, although the sun is finally cracking through the clouds now. As for dates... my mom grew up abroad, going to international schools, so she taught me young, and now I work at a job that is very date-intensive, so I got used to it pretty quickly. Sometimes I do get confused though, but I remember that it's the logical one here, and I'm usually ok :-).
all righty everyone,i'm baaaaack!(i'll just skip the adventure story,cuz it probably doesnt even seemlike i've been gone, well, anymore than usual anyway...)but Terry, you are SO right about onlysaying stuff we wouldnt mind seeingin print...and even tho i occasionallygo bananas and say silly and rudestuff, i tend to be pretty tame overall...i just transferred my entire blog,copied most of it (sans comments!)to a new address and made surei deleted every trace of the last one,(tho in computerland, nothing isever truly erased...)and then when i googled what my ex husband googled and got my blogfrom that link, it was just one extra clicktoday after all i changed, and it seemedto trace itself back to my freshly copied new one! so that was a waste ofa few hours!so now i discover that all i have to doto prevent an unintentional link to my blog,is simply sign out when i'm done my bloggingwhich i never did before, but i sure will now!and maybe not say names of schoolsor universities or jazz clubs or ANYTHINGanymore!!!still the blogs are about self expressionsharing thoughts and ideas, and for conversingand meeting wonderful interesting peoplesuch as yourself, so i dont like the ideaof having to be somewhat stifledand i sure didnt like having my privacy invaded...!thats just one of my little pet peeves...anyway, thanks for help and support!wow, are you really thinking of heading overto "that club!!" on monday?? that would beSOOO cool if you could meet my Brian!he's a real sweetie, and if you know aboutthis jazz music, it will blow your mindwhen you hear these guys play!! i still cant get over how amazingly maturethey are musically...and all really niceboys...i'm gonna email Brian and the2 kids whose emails i have and tell them Terry's coming!! and to watch outfor you! and maybe even buy you a beer!AND some sushi!and my ex husband just left this morning to take a weekoff and visit Bri there, and checkout this (i'm not saying the name anymore!!)the B**beck Festival...so you'll get to meethim too! Chris is a really nice guy, politeand low key, a real good guy...plus there might be some interestingmusic type folks in the audience!is your son Joe around or is he in another town right now teaching? so he playedthere too!! that's awesome, it soundslike a real nice relaxed place too!anyway you wont have to look too hardfor the most outstanding trumpet player,cuz he'll be the ONLY trumpet playerthere! (its just a quintet!)this is sooo cool!
Lisa, check out this link to a famous show...http://www.yoshis.com/artist/brubeck_institute/
Wow. That is so cool! I love trivia like that.
Terry! thats cool!you're a good little researcher!i found their website on the weekend!looks like a real fun place...and lots of good concerts coming up!!and good sushi too, you say!!soon Google will link YOUR blogto the Institute!!hee hee!!and my plaid tushie will be history!!!moooo haa haa!!!!
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