wasted 8 of her 9 lives.
yeah, maybe I'll get a woman to come over :rolleyes:
I will indeed be up there this weekend. We're making the long trek day of show so I'll do my best to get there early enough to meet you and your husband.
maybe if I drop it just right :D
I will be returning to a coal mining town called "Tkibuli' its a lot bigger than the village I was in before but more remote, still, its a fair trade off...
yeah, the plug for my old camera allowed me to charge it but the attachment to connect to a computer no longer works :(
& do you want to leave "Big D"? :o
funny you mention it, I just got a plug for an old camera of mine, so I plan on posting an "American edition" to that thread soon :)
aww shucks, thanks :blushing: you weren't so bad yourself in the pic with your mom :)
I think I posted one of myself in a kilt(as a kid) in there once. :thumb: And yeah, I am trying to find big in small print & size to fill out my backpack with for when I go back...
mainly I am reading real books, rather than a computer screen :cool: oh, nice pic of you and your mom, were you even in high school then?
the director's cut is real long and even better :) as for being "back" its mainly boring :o what about you?
September 5th & its an image from "Almost Famous" the point is you are to choose between the hand with the lighter you actually see in one hand and the other one which may or may not have anything in it
Yup. Row 3. I may go to beaumont and buy tickets second hand but I'm not planning on it.
yeah, I think that the dog will go back to Nugo's dad's place once I am gone, that might be best for him...
19 days til I go, not that I am counting or anything :rolleyes:
barely, but thanks
One week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :ahhh:
I'm thinking cupcakes and beer.
Oh and happy belated birthday. :D
what? birthdays are good :) until you turn 40, like on my next one :tears:
While there may be radio stations in other parts of Georgia, where I am is filled with mountains and steep valleys, so I doubt that the radio waves travels much here, interesting question though. As for the music you hear here, its normally on the "marshutkas"(private buses) one must use to get anywhere & on those its a bizzare mix of Georgian folk songs, Russian pop music, Spanish ballads, "Euro trance" music & of course, the odd American song, right now all the marshutkas seem to have "I Love You Like A Love Song" by Selena Gomez, at least I think thats the title. Oh yeah, and some drivers are really into American rap, usually the filthiest hardcore stuff which I am sure they have no idea what it is saying...
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