Monday, August 01, 2011

Ordinary post


But not an ordinary dog! We are working on getting him to say, "I wanna go out." You know, like that video that went viral with the dog that whines, "I love you."  He's actually getting pretty close. Once we get it, we'll video it and put it up here. Probably be a few months though.

I can't believe it's been almost a week since I posted. The days slip through my fingers like sand, and poof, another week gone by. It's similar to how I felt with the birthday this year, didn't I just turn 45 a few weeks ago? Now I'm 46. Facebook was fun that day and I got 65 happy birthdays on my wall. That kinda made up for not getting any cards this year. Well not yet anyway, it looks like the parents' are hung up in the mail somewhere. That was the day we drove down to Boston for our friend's 50th birthday bash. They were quite hospitable and even gave us their bedroom for the weekend. They live in a cool old 1800's house in the country. I didn't get a good pic of birthday boy, but this one came out nice with birthday boy's best friend.


Serge insisted on unbuttoning that third button. I don't like it. It was quite the boozy weekend and when we came home yesterday, we drove with the top down and got a little fried. Then I realized it was the last day of Divercite so we HAD to go down to the village and join the giant outdoor dance party. What a feast for the eyes that was. Hottie McHottersons everywhere you look. I danced with my shirt off but Serge refused to do so.

Let's see what else. Oh I know, there was a gift for us from the city when we got home. The entire garage wall full of graffiti had been removed. There is not a trace of paint left on the brick. Serge had called a while back and asked about getting the city to remove it for us. The woman he spoke with was surly. When Serge inquired about the program, she said something like, "What makes you think we have a program for that?" She agreed to pass the request on but we didn't have high hopes that we would make the list. But apparently we did. Major yays.

I'm sure there's more but let's save that for next time. I'll try to be better. We are going away again next weekend too. More on that later.

15 comments:

Maurice said...

You party animal, you! ;-p I was also in the Village but only had enough energy to sit, eat, and do a few Sudokus. However, I wasn't so numb as to not notice "le paysage aux alentours" (the Hottie McHottersons, as you put it so well).

Good on you guys for getting the city to remove your graffiti. I hate it! One time, some punk tagged the outside of the metro I was in just as it was pulling out of Vendôme. Bastard! Mind you, I'm sure it was gone by the next day.

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Mark My Words said...

H and I went to check out Mascara on Saturday. What a show; Mado always cracks me up.

I agreee, lots of hot, hot, hot this year.

John Gray said...

that photo is the sweetest thing
just called in from craigs

Birdie said...

When you write, it feels like we're sitting and chatting. It makes me smile. I wish there were more pictures, but that can be work when you're having fun. There's always Georgie!

Anonymous, too said...

You never write ordinary posts -- or take ordinary pictures of that extraordinary canine.

Hooray for the graffiti removal. Belated b-day wishes to the b-day boys. Hooray for Serge thinking you have a sexy chest (if you got it, flaunt it!). Serge, I'm sure you can undo another button or two on your own shirt ;-)! Hooray for McHottersons, but shouldn't that be LeHottersons?

Hope all three residents of Chez Sticky Crows get to go and have fun on that next weekend getaway!

wcs said...

Georgie's looking like a happy pup!

CoffeeDog said...

Cutie pies, all of ya!

Rox said...

I agree with Rebekah, the HOT factor is totally up there. LOL! :)

I feel like the lamest blogger ever. I'm so far behind in my reading/posting. Things have been crazy.

Java said...

You don't post as often, I don't post as often, and I don't get by here to read as often. But I'm always rewarded when I do. I love your blog.

Rick said...

Glad to hear the graffiti was removed. I hate when I see stuff tagged around town. It's so disrespectful.

Can't wait to hear Georgie speaking.

Patricia said...

I can't believe you're getting Georgie to talk! Georgieous and brilliant! :)

GayProf said...

In terms of the button-issue, I say if you got it, flaunt it.

Happy (belated) birthday!

Mike said...

You came to boston, wore that hot purple shirt, and didn't call me!!??

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