Friday, January 3, 2014

Playing Catch Up...


So I've been away from the old keyboard for quite some time.

I haven't really seriously posted since before Christmas. Yes, there have been a couple of posts here and there but Tuna has been doing the heavy lifting for the most part.

And I'm grateful for that. Believe me.

But worst of all is that I have been unable to keep up with the many blogs I enjoy reading. So today I've been trying to catch up on my reading. Getting there. Lot's of good stuff have I missed.

As always, on Friday, you need to check out c w's place. He always has a great collection of photos to share.

And, for what it's worth, I have plenty of material to write about. Just need to sit down and write it.

Oh, did I mention that The Naviguesser gave me three new FPS's* this Christmas?

No, that shouldn't take time from my blogging. Not at all.

Oh, you can tell I'm lying?

This is my shocked face...

Back soon!

*FPS = First Person Shooter (A video game genre to which I am addicted.)

8 comments:

  1. Welcome back Tuna did good.You have the FPS bug too huh.Never too old to blow shit up in virtual sense right?

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  2. Glad you had a great Holiday Season, a safe trip, some recuperation and time with Family. Got to take my Family to Disney World for a week. Daughter in Law had never been there.Good time, but don't let anyone EVER tell you that the Mouse's place is empty over Christmas. Officially a mob scene. Not looking forward to Monday, but that's the way it is.

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    1. I can't imagine the Mouse's place ever being empty.

      And you had to mention Monday? You're right though. Mondays are inevitable.

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  3. Glad to see you back. Now we all get to return to the normal routine, as soon as we get the lights off the house and the ornaments back in their boxes.

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    1. We went minimalist this year as regards Christmas decorating. No one was coming to visit us and we would be on the road over most of the holiday season.

      So it was a little desktop Christmas tree in the TV room and Christmas cards on the coffee table. Taking the decorations down will take ten minutes, tops. Though I miss all the decorations in our home, there were plenty on display at my Mom's and at Big Time's ancestral home.

      And I have yet to find a good description for "normal" that suits me. Of course, I am anything but normal. YMMV.

      Thanks for filling my Friday's with such glorious photos.

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    2. Skip, there was a mental tip o'the hat to you as I typed that bit. I know your stand on "normal". I share that philosophy in some respects.

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