Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
Sweet, i've always had a soft spot for the Pet Shop Boys!
And West End girls?
They're always on my mind.
I wouldn't normally do this kind of thing but it's a sin.
What have I done to deserve this?
Here is a picture from Night of Joy on our 16th anniversary. We saw Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman. Because we were so close to the speakers and the base kick drum was putting pressure on my heart we stay for one more act, Mercy Me.
Sorry about the size. I don't have any other accounts for pictures.
^Those guys just get cuter with each passing year.
Went to a black tie event last night for Women Leaders in Healthcare in Central New York.
That looks great on you, Tom. The last tux I could pull off and look really good in was at my high school prom, and that was a little over twenty years ago.
Even if you don't have any other accounts, you can still resize pics using an online image editor. This one, for example:
Or you could use spoiler tags.
you can resize images in freaking paint
My wife and I went to our last Giants game of the season. We sat next to a couple we didn't know who turned out to be my sister-in-law's co-worker. Talk about a small world.
With us going to DisneyWorld tomorrow I thought I would share our window people
I was out a little west of us in Casanovia, they have this beautiful lake.
I went to visit my father and my brother this weekend to celebrate my birthday.
This was Saturday's entertainment:
and today I woke up to this gift:
Are you serious?!
Of course my dear.
Ah, the Mosin-Nagant, a favorite of mine. On a somewhat related note, I finally got to take my .50 Beowulf to the range, I just slapped some Iron sights on her and sent the target 30 yards down range and this is the grouping I got
No bench rest or bi pod, so I'd say that that is a pretty darn good first grouping and it didn't take much effort to get the sights lined up and I was tearing the center out of the targets, oh, and this is what the .50 Beowulf round looks like
My son Ian super excited to DisneyWorld at 5am at the terminal.
This is my mom on a horse. I love this picture because you can see how uncontrollably happy she is. She has multiple disabilities, including partial paralysis, PTSD, and Autism, which make her unable to work. Once her kids had grown and gone, she struggled with feelings of uselessness because of her inability to work, but two years ago she started volunteering at Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center and it's completely changed her life. They love her so much there that this past summer they gave her the opportunity to take lessons, even though their wait list is currently over 3 years long. Anyway, I don't do this often, and I hope you'll forgive me for it, but Little Bit's having a fundraiser, and if anyone could donate just a buck or two, it'd be great. My mom is trying to raise $200 for the center.
Donate if you can!
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