Happy Birthday, Jim! In honor of your b-day, here’s a link to something only you could enjoy: PlannersWeb. (everyone else who is reading this, trust me, there is nothing that you would find remotely interesting on that web site. do not go there. you’ve been warned.)
If I were a work of art, I would be Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
I am extremely popular and widely known. Although unassuming and unpretentious, my enigmatic smile has charmed millions. I am a mystery, able to be appreciated from afar, but ultimately unknowable and thus intriguing.
Which work of art would you be? The Art Test
Wow, what a difference 2 weeks makes. I’m now married and jobless.
Well, it’s official. We have cancelled our honeymoon plans in Belize. I spoke to the owner of the resort and, while not badly damaged, it will not be ready in time for our reservations. Not to mention the fact that the surrounding town is pretty much destroyed.
Got any ideas about where we should go?
My concern about my honeymoon has turned into concern for the people of Belize as I learn that as many as 50 people could have died last night as a result of hurricane Iris making a direct hit on the small town of Placencia in Southern Belize. Early reports are that 95% of the businesses have been destroyed in Placencia. Not damaged, destroyed. At least one diving boat, the Wave Dancer, has sank with as many as 20 feared dead. If we weren’t at war, this category 4 storm may have been more prominently featured in the news.
Will Durst wants to help the networks come up with their new patriotic logos. My favorite: USA Network Who’s Got the Best Name? That’s Right. We Do.
It’s good to see that everyone is pitching in with their own unique talents: Alice Cooper opens haunted house to aid terror attacks relief efforts. Rock on, Alice. I don’t know what is weirder—the fact that he’s opening a haunted house to help the relief efforts or that he already has a restaurant, Alice Cooper’stown.
Okay, one more post before I go home for the day.
A very well done photo essay of one man’s experience.