This year for the Gen-VI annual Thanksgiving Day celebrations, my dad was finally able to shoot fireworks and lots of them. Check out some of the photos my friend took at the link below.
I haven't looked at my Facebook account in about two and a half days. It has been a very liberating experience. I need to try and do that more often. Life is so much more peaceful without it.
At least a year ago, I acquired a cigar box filled with trinkets and a Paco album. One of those trinkets was a fortune cookie. Today I finally decided to open the fortune cookie. After all, it was at least a year old and probably rotting in it's protective plastic pouch. Breaking the stale cookie open, I pulled out the fortune and threw away the the two stale cookie halves. Turning the small slip of paper over to the other side, I find my favorite line from a song that made me cry the first
The good news is tomorrow is Friday. And there was much rejoicing.
It it weren't for the Renegade Facebook page and so many contacts still using Facebook, I would have deleted my account years ago. The recent straws that finally broke this camel's back was a very judgmental pair of eyes I was forced to friend recently, spammers, and the constant requests to play a game or add an app. All the personal stuff I had on there previously has been deleted or on lock down. More will be deleted this week until it is all gone. If you want to know what is going on in