Hi, Everyone! Have been away a couple days.
MrD and I have been on tour with the Loudpoor Singers. We're out in the middle of the Mojave. Join us if you'ld like. We got our vocal chords warmed
up last night around our campfire. We got Big Bertha, our big subwoofer, and her Backup Twin Sisters, our 9-inch speakers, cranking out songs from
some satellite overhead (Thank God it's not the one about to crash!).
Of course, we get some great amplification from the red wine. And our vocal range is extraordinary. Try Jim Morrison and Robert Plant, Stevie Nicks
and Janis Joplin. And we even make up the lyrics missing from our repertoire, so anyone can join in.
You know, Titan, finding someone special is like looking for gold. You pick up a rock, inspect it, and if it isn't gold, you throw it back. Sometimes
we're fooled by fool's gold. This gold hunting can be a little frustrating, 'cause some people seem to be lucky and find gold in the first rock
they pick up. But, ya know, keep on hunting, and sooner or later you strike gold. Not all claims pay out, but sooner or later you get one that does.
Oh, missa, you asked about children before. Sigh...my two boys are men now, 28 and 24...turned out good. Memories. Making soy birthday cakes with
powdered milk icing, having friends' children over to play, ...I really can see now, how Life will continue beyond me.
OK, just go out on the highway quite a ways, make a left turn, then a right at the second right, then a left. We'll leave a log on the campfire.
Hopefully, missa, you won't get a flat on the way out, but we'll help fix any flats you might encounter. Sorry to hear about the driveway flat,
Whaaa. Did you ever see what caused it?
OK, now I remember this. MrD helped fix an Asian family's flat in the middle of the desert. They bowed and said, "Thank you." Then we bowed. Then
the man bowed again and said, "Thank you." Then we bowed again. Repeat. Question--when should we have quit bowing? This puzzles me.