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... well, the two of you still reading) - Song Lyric of the entry! This one has been driving us mad as it's been on so often and it was a bit of a fight off between this and the very similar 'Best Friends Girl' but this one just edged it in the overplayed stakes. "You know I feel so dirty when they start talking cute I wanna tell her that I love her but the point is probably moot 'Cause she's watching him with those eyes And she's lovin' him with that body, I just know it" I cringed typing ...
... t have the time to take a picture of me with this big brown spider on my calf!
Also, even if I don't have a lot of work experience with garden, I learned three rules during my first week that I will remember for the next weeks!
1-Never have a white t-shirt when you are weeding!
2-Never have sox when you are watering!
3-You never had enough sun scream!
Who knows? Maybe maybe I will learn new ones next ...
... about 900 service people. our cabin was the same as the other ships we've been on - lovely, plenty of closet space, drawers, and enough room to get around, -very nice, things to do - plenty, 2 different Broadway-type shows, the Punchliner Comedy Club with 2 comedians and two shows a night, seminars on everything from purchasing fine art to how to get the most out of your cruise, karaoke, music trivia games, gambling and so much ...
... for-comfort lightning strikes, looming over us since we left Iowa (making it feel like the ever-present cloud that hangs over Pigpen in the comic strip “Peanuts”), we didn’t feel compelled to give our cameras the same workout that they’ve been used to for so long. So this phase of our journey will lack some of the accompanying visual “life” that we love to try to capture. ...
... off your starboard or port side. The seas in Lake Worth rival the confused seas we crossed in our first crossing to the Bahamas. As we got closer to the inlet, the boaters became thicker – all the beaches were crowded with anchored boats and boats crisscrossing back and forth. It didn’t get much better as we headed south.
Boats behind us, along side ...