May 16, 2010

Model T's and Foo Dogs




Steps up to the rumble seat of a Model T, 2010. Most photographs Copyright G.



Himself: Drove Model Ts, museum docent, dinner with the Feasters.

Herself: Model T’s, wrote, napped, read, dinner with the Feasters. Wasn’t herself yesterday….even forgot to put on real shoes….vs house shoes.

A blog you might like: Kay writes from the perspective of a third age woman who has survived the vicissitudes of life with humor.

Reading: Miss Reed.

Gratitude: That I didn’t wreck a car, G and an evening with Feasting friends. All our prayers are with Feaster Dr. P who now goes in for 33 bouts of radiation and 6 weeks of chemo.

Today’s to be a quiet day. You know these days.

I broke one of our Foo dogs…..and he must be glued together so we all will stay protected and healthy. Or well balanced. And too I need to take in two pair of pants.

I can do much of this sitting.







After recovering from yesterday’s crash where I at least did not wreck the
visiting Model T, it probably would be a good thing to behave myself today.

The skies are foggy and grey encouraging me to sit or read, sew, or even get
three or four small projects done. I continue to walk things down to the car
on their way to the Discovery shop feeling quite triumphant to be doing this.
I keep poking G to clean his closet….a futile act if I ever saw one. Tonight
I become a trash person at our Sunday Night Speakers Meeting.

Sometimes balance is as much about trash as it is about Foo Dogs.
But you never know.




7 comments:

  1. Looks like yesterday was fun. Is the Miss Reed you are reading the series set in England?

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  2. Lovely cars.
    'And too I need to take in two pair of pants.'
    How I long for that day - as long as they're mine;)

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  3. Sometimes I feel like you are teasing us. What kind of accident were you in? Did you get hurt? What happened?

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  4. You crashed a Model T? Did they run you off?I do not have an ornamental Foo Dog...I hate dusting stuff...would it really help my balance if I had one?

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  5. What a fascinating piece of history you were able to enjoy.
    Hope the crash wasn't too bad, as for the Foo Dog, hmmm that's another story.
    A fun day out, thank you for sharing !

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  6. You make me smile and laugh out loud! What fun, in the model T! And good grief, a crash! What a day!

    And your little Foo Dog - I am sure your balance will be restored when the doggy is. I think I need one. Or even six.

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  7. I would like to exchange links with your site urban-archology.blogspot.com
    Is this possible?

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