Sunday, August 28, 2011

It got me where I am today.

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I'm in there on the sofa.

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Still there, but closer.

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Another cat.  Please.  Make yourself at home.  Tell your friends.

We went to the flea market this morning instead of sleeping.  That's cool, because sleeping wouldn't have bagged me the best possible hat (no pictures) and a used hack saw (still no pictures).

Annie did a project that she wants to talk about.  It's solar, and it's a fan.  It's not what you think. It's a solar fan.  The surprise is the application.


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10 comments:

Sherry said...

OK I'm ready for the solar fan and the hat and the hack saw. Stillllll waiting.......

Majid Ali said...

PLEEZE HELP MEE FOR GOD SAKE

Teresa Evangeline said...

There had better be a sequel, that's all I can say.

Would you please help Majid get through grad school. :)

Gaelyn said...

I Love fleamarkets, but also like to sleep in. Dilemma.

squawmama said...

Glad you're enjoying tha couch and perhaps all your finds at the fleas....
Have fun
Donna

The Good Luck Duck said...

I know, I know, this was a lazy post. I just thought it would make you guys comment more if you saw the extreme conditions to which I'm subjected here.

I should delete poor Majid Ali, but his post makes me giggle every time I read it. Is that wrong? I promise I will help him as soon as my Nigerian fortune comes through.

Rick and Paulette said...

Nothing wrong with being on the couch. I was more impressed by the parking job between those trees - that's a pretty tight squeeze!

The Good Luck Duck said...

Rick, that was Annie's doing, and it was a night landing, too. I just hope we leave before the trees grow.

Soaring Sun said...

Personally I'd give up lots of sleep for the chance to go to a decent flea market. And I probably will from time to time, as I have in the past. We do not have a good flea market where I live, but that will not stop me. That's why I have an RV. Well, one of the reasons.

The Good Luck Duck said...

Sue, I have zero experience with flea markets, so I can't say whether this was a good one or not. I browsed a long time with a vendor who was selling used tools. I'd pick up something and he'd explain what it was for, then I'd put it down and pick up something else, and so on. Finally I told him I was looking for things to repurpose in working with metal jewelry, and that I didn't know what any of this stuff was for - that let him admit he mostly didn't know, either. So, I bought something.

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