Sunday, September 29, 2013

Sunday Evening Post

Pirates are in the play-offs!
Breaking Bad is ending!
It seems the only constant in life is change, and we are learning to ride its waves.
Here are some freeze frames of last week's moments.

The remnants of the double shot of espresso that kicked off Monday.

I am a fan of Breaking Bad and my friend shared this shot of his brother-in-law accosting actor Aaron Paul at the airport.
My buddy then wrote a poem to commemorate the event:

Librarian superstar is breaking  all the librarian stereotypes.
Walk Read like an Eqyptian.

The makings of fried rice.

Sunrise in Kent County, DE.

New art talent discovered in Wisconsin,
age 4.

Good clean family fun to warm up for the Dogfish Dash 5k in Milton.

Following this shot, he juggled two chainsaws and a torch after they stacked up two more milk crates.

Now, that is getting your tailgate on.

Finally!  I found a place where I can pick up some good cricket snacks.
That is chirping good stuff!

A friend bought her son a Navy Seal costume at a local shop only to find the American flag sewn on upside down and backwards.
Of course, it was made in China.

Spaghetti Squash.

These next two are like a kid's pop-up book.

Hi kids.  This is an instructor
(Pull Tab)
As you can see, she has a child underneath her abs.

See you next week!


  1. Where were those crickets? I have some in my garage. Some alive and some half dead. Made in America. I suspect those crickets you saw were "made in China." Buy American!

  2. Ron- The crickets were in your neck of the woods - Snyder's Candy in Rehoboth. I agree that locally raised ones are best. Enjoy.