Woo! I’m going to the new Nationals Park tonight! I’m very excited! S and J had extra tickets and my calendar was open.
Everything I’ve heard about the stadium is great! I’m gonna have me a hot dog or maybe some chili (there’s two places in the park) or maybe something else. They let you bring food and water in to the park so I’ll take a bottle of water but I’ll buy my food there… $5 or so for a bottle of water is a bit much!
Anyhow – woo! Baseball! Hopefully I’ll get some photos to post later.
Edit: Quick report – Nationals Park IS besutiful! Great food! The evening was nice and cool! Teddy didn’t win (again). Photos later.
Not lost in translation! BOGO Budapest style!
That was my (oh so) eloquent response to the nice lady when she asked me “What color are your roof shingles?” I’m having a roof/attic fan installed so she wanted to know what color fan they should order. What a novel concept – matching the fan to the color of the roof!
Apparently that question is not always asked (or considered) because when I went out to look at my roof I noticed grey fans on brown roofs, white fans on black roofs and silver fans all over the place.
I was able to tell her on the initial call that I would not like the hot pink model – even though I do not have a townhouse association to deal with, I thought that color was best left out of the running.
I still find it kinda interesting that none of the previous owners of my house put in a fan. Not all that interesting I suppose since it’s taken me nine years to do so myself. One house out the back has three fans on the roof – ok, how much hot air have they got in there?!?!?
Anyhow, my question to you is – do you know what color your roof shingles are (without looking)? Mine is dark grey/black.
Red capes, Super Heros and little boys. This little boy (and his Dad) were making the world a safe place! I took this photo in the square in front of Svent Istvan (St. Stephen) Church in Budapest.
One of my favorite shots from my trip.
I’ve been home for a week and I’ve not been alone any time I’ve been in the house. Basil and Gracie have never been far away. I took this photo Monday while I was working from home.
Right now, Basil is sleeping on the hassock leaning against my leg and Gracie is sleeping on my empty suitcase behind the sofa.
That’s a great “Welcome home!” from the kittehs – they’re staying close…
Ganked from Pisoc. Click as many times as you can – or until carpal tunnel syndrome takes over! Apparently, caffeine and I are best-est buds. Not sure its my caffeine level for the day but after one very strong cup – there you go!
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