This whole thing has felt like a big bait and switch. I have not seen one positive comment about the new format and Tribe went ahead and changed it.
I will be keeping my blog on a paid site where you are allowed to say what you want and there are no ads. If you are popular, you end up getting your money back. If you are really popular, you get more than your money back. I don't play the game but it's there if you want to.
Wendover really does seem to be out in nowhere but it's surprising how much of it is actually seen on TV. Every car commercial that you see where they drive on this big flat expanse is filmed out here.
A lot of films have scenes shot out here as well. Wind, Independence Day, and Con Air come to mind and there have been several others. Anthony Hopkins was out here filming something the week before I moved here. A massage therapist out here, Jo Black, had her picture taken with him.
That's how I feel. Yesterday is over. Nothing much more than that. It lasted for 31 hours and it finally ended. I didn't plan on being awake for that long. Rarely do I make plans to be awake that long. 24 hours, yes. 31 hours, no.
And even when I plan my 24 hour days, I still try to sneak in an hour or two of nap.
I would love to post something funny right now but right now, I'm still thinking about going back to bed.
That's the bad thing about deprivation, isn't it? It cha...
He is getting proficient with hitting people with a stick.
"That's my boy," was my response to the news that my wife broke to me yesterday. In actuality, I already knew about my son's new addition but last we talked, I thought we were going to keep it between him and me. All you dads out there know the talk I speak of, "Your mom doesn't need to know about this."
We'll have to work on the secret keeping or maybe, once again, it was the language barrier.
My son's vocabulary is increasing. Nothing yet that really sounds like hocking out a good deep loogie but I am still betting that skill comes in handy. He does that sound quite a bit so I'm thinking I'm on to something.
We have Tek, kitty, cheese, uh oh, cheese, 'ey! (at the top of his voice), and I think I heard ball today a couple of times.
I'm waiting for him to pop out a verb so we can start working on a sentance. Not that, "ey, cheese ball! Hxkxxxkxk thplooooh," doesn't have it...