Thursday, May 21, 2009

No place like home

Don't look now, but can you guess who lives here?
(the answer is at the bottom of yesterday's post)

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that my friend Ricky!! (One Day One Step) is posting again. Drop by to say howdy to a really great guy.

that Mary Christine reminded me of something I heard and sometimes remember to use when not sure whether to say or react to someone...

  1. does it need to be said?

  2. does it need to be said now?

  3. does it need to be said by me?

for Scott W's new red shoes! Wow!!

that I'm finally finished with my latest dental work; getting implants, which took 7 months and way too much money

that I finally sold my 1967 Ford Thunderbird; it had been sitting at a car lot on consignment since December. Now, we're just a 2-car family.

The more you have, the more you're occupied; the less you have, the more free you are.
- Mother Teresa


Mary Christine said...

He's come a long way from Vinnie Barbarino.

Scott W said...

That house belongs to John Travolta. It was in Architectural Digest.

Congrats on selling that HUGE T-Bird.

Gin said...

That house is near where I used to live in Ocala, Florida. A fly-in, fly-out community. I agree with Mary Christine, he HAS come a long way!

Lou said...

I knew it John Travolta's house also.

But I didn't get my info from Architectural Digest.

Bill said...

I guessed correctly who owns the house. I started with me, and quickly eliminated that answer, and the rest was easy.

You didn't have that T-bird very long. I hope its feelings aren't hurt.

Syd said...

It looks like an ugly house. More like a large size version of Sandford and Son.

Ed G. said...

Recently, I've been struck by the incredible amount of wealth in the world and how unlikely I will share in much of it. Some days I'm ok with that...

Steve E. said...

John Travolta--I cheated!



Scott W said...

I called John T today to let him know you were spying on him. He was talking about my new red shoes, too.