~The Winds of Change Are Howling~
heh! Had fun in the Oven area of the country, eh? I'm not fond of Fleanix esp. during the summer.And I'll send you a rain bonnet, lotsa red lipstick and a granny bed coat! ;-)
Glad to see ya posting.
Great story...glad yer back...yeah I've been in Scottsdale in June and it was hotter than a mofo then...
i GIVE UP.
Lee, it was hotter than a witch's tit. I mean I was wondering I was still alive at the end of each day. But I quickly acclimated realizing that ice and water is my friend. I do believe I'd love it in the winter though. Considering I now live in the snow belt, winters that are 65-70 degrees, well frankly that just sounds wonderful. I can do that fo sho!I'm watching the mail for my rain bonnet and all. Ah ha!
Anythingbutsad, Good to hear from you too. Not much happening except for stuff on Ask Aunt Babz as it's a constant there and enough to keep me busy and outa trouble, ya heard?Kisses
Coop, it's so hot my mascara and eye liner was melting and I quit wearing it as it's just not too awfully cute with it all over your face. And ya don't even realize it's melted, very weird, very Twilight Zone ish, hahaha! No, I wasn't stoned the whole time either, lol! I did drink I bit though.Yep, that's where I was in Scottsdale and Glendale area. Good ass Mexican food, really authentic! Damn my burrito was so big it was falling apart.I'm thinking of going into retirement there. Meet up with some Mexican/Indian and do a lot of fiesta/siesta kinda living. Sounds mighty nice, if ya ask me?How ya been?
Butchie, I thought it looked like Mel Gibson. Do you see it?Did ya hear about Travis Barker and all?
Butchie, oh yea, I see the resemblance, if his skin was just a bit tanner, right?How's tricks?
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