This makes me smile so hard!
I enjoy looking at “house” rules. I imagine most rules exist because they didn’t at one point and costed some $$ to correct. Not sure I would ever think the only place to put my hangers was on a sprinkler head – or did we mean shower head?!
I will vote to make this a rule, every hotel room must have a TV the size of the dresser. NYC spoiled me.
So un-needed but lovely and desired. Giant TVs rule!
Interesting late night TV offering…
I don’t know, I’ve never thought about it.
What is enough? I was never taught what “enough” meant in this arena. I think this guy might have more than poo problems.
The holiday spirit had me wanting to round out the year to see the lights at the IMS.
Nothing will ever compare to @Newfields. This is more geared toward containing your child in a car and not making them walk. Or in my case, containing my adult-xmas-light-judging friends! A few ones I liked…
After we left IMS, we drove around Speedway to see the best decorated houses or worst decorated house of the Westside. This one earned a solid 10 out of 10!
Watch out! It’s a YETI!
Had the great pleasure of introducing K to Yuletide and getting my 2nd dose of the show with these minions!
Fantastic! Fabulous! Such a great snow, I mean show!
As we waited for our Ch-Uber, watch out for the grizzly!
Who’s the winner of the 2017 Motown Blues Christmas contest? Say hello to Motown Philly!
It’s all about the details people! We passed out CD singles offering autographs throughout the night.
EWolk wanted to borrow my wig and get a photo with the Crew.
This might not have been the Motown LA expected, but damn we are creative!
ET with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra?! This is going to be amazing! I toyed with bringing my ET to sit on my lap. Then I thought, no don’t be a fool. Be classy. Then, they had their own display! Dang it!
Tons of people were taking selfies with it. I could have made some $dough$ if I brought my guy… who talks too!
I was going to sell him… maybe not now!
Thanks to a few fundraisers, my parents have bought us some interesting gifts. A first pitch. A wheelbarrow full of beer. So, it was our time to return the favor with a gift from our Big Fun event. Meet Myrtie!
Myrtie is a 1920s Model A roadster! On a crisp October Saturday, we were treated to a ride down to Brown County to have lunch at the Artist Colony with DS, JL, and Gordo! As I planned this event for my parents, DS says that they would bring a 2nd touring car so CS and I could tag along. Our motley crew!
He even fit in the rumble seat!
It instantly felt like we were in a parade because all the cars passing by were waving and honking at us! It was hilarious!
Mom & Dad opted to ride in Tater, another 1920’s touring car. It had a roof and air conditioning. And matched Mom’s outfit perfectly!
We enjoyed the winding countryside of Brown County.
We made it to Nashville Indiana, where everyone was outside enjoying the fall afternoon. People were lining the streets. Again, parade time waving like we were part of something bigger. Had a great lunch at the Artist Colony where I learned Mom had never been to Nashville before. WTF?! With all the shopping she could do, I promised to bring her back when we could be on our own timeline. For today, we let her go in 2 stores. Ok, time to go!
Thanks Nashville, we’ll be back!
Or ta-tas? Not sure where this photographer wanted us to focus.
Captain Jack & his first mate have invited us to their lake house every year. This year, we finally made arrangements to spend some time on Lake Freeman. I was super excited until I got there to find this….
WTF. Not again. Is this really why you invited me there?! Of course I had to dig in when my puzzle gene took over. We didn’t get it finished, but I did get it to a place where the Labor Day crew would get it done. Hell, L started this in January! After they would drag me away from it, we got some Rummikub in! Had to teach the college kid this old school game.
We woke up to a beautiful blue sky and ready to take a boat ride! But not until my parents arrived! Always a blessing when they can join our festivities!
Great low and high bridge architecture to check out!
We had to make the tourist stop at the sand bar. Little different than I’m used to. People literally run their boats up into the sand bar. Anchors aren’t needed here!
But is a grill needed? Yes please! I don’t even like hot dogs, but the thought of a grilled dog from the boat? Count me in.
Come dinner time, we were ready for a hearty steak!
Great friends, great memories. And I’ll have this memory to laugh at forever!