Saturday, November 1, 2008

Ramblings of the weekend

Does everyone look differently at the people getting on a plane with you after Lost? or is just me and Jennifer? We text each other every time we're waiting on the plane while assessing if these are really the people we want to be on a deserted island with. The group on the plane heading back this afternoon would not have been the ideal group, there was a line of at least 5 wheelchairs for pre-boarding... then there was the large, slipper wearing, heavily tattooed man standing in front of me in line, some girl came up and asked for his autograph... he gladly signed her napkin.... Now it's just going to bug me because I don't have a clue who is was...
I made the most of my 48 hours in Dallas... I saw as many friends as possible and that was wonderful! I so miss my friends, even little short visits are such a treat! I can't tell you what a sweet blessing that was!
Jennifer was so sweet to get me where I wanted to go! We did some shopping and spent good time together. I stayed at my sister's house, always a little family craziness to enjoy there, but her bringing me coffee in bed every morning more than made up for that.

I really wish I had been able to take pictures of a couple of random things I saw this weekend....

  • a truck pulling a camo painted trailer with "Hunters gone wild" painted on it in big red letters
  • a man riding a bike pulling a buggy with his Pitt Bull in it,riding on a major street in Dallas
  • the man who gave his autograph at the airport so someone could help me figure out who he is...

3 comments:

Jennifer said...

Okay, the Hunters Gone Wild thing cracked me up. My hubby would SO love that! (o:

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Anonymous said...

you were here, don't you know that I heard you were even at school. But not one even a wink in my classroom to say hello...nope. trouble, that is what you are in.
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