Thursday, October 30, 2008

Before there were blogs...



...there were postcards. And that's all I have time to send you today. It's work, work, work for me!

(I respect myself for wearing that visor and large sunglasses. It shows wisdom and forethought, unlike allowing a parrot that close to my face.)

9 comments:

  1. Those are fake birds, right?

    I love the notion of postcards being a sort of prototype of blogs. Hee.

    But then I'm supposed to be letting you work. Just promise yourself some coffee breaks.

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  2. Oo-lah-lah!! And Yay Hawaii!! Thanks for the postcard :).

    Maybe you should get a parrot to take dictation.

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  3. Oh no, Jules. Those parrots are REAL. Some entrepreneur was going up and down the beach with them, offering to take photos of tourists with his birds. We fell for it.

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  4. SHEESH, your shoulders are what would be worrying me, not your face. Good grief, those things have claws.

    I really am loving the huge glasses. Nothing says "don't you wish you were here in the sun" like completely covering up your face with a visor and sunglasses.

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  5. Alrightythen ! Nice, but seems a bit touched up. For this picture or is it ?

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  6. That visor and those sunglasses are why you still look like you did when you got married, Sara. :-)

    In Hawaii last year there were still guys hawking their birds. (heh heh)

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  7. Aren't you guys too cute!

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  8. I also let a (green) parrot get that close to my face. You may have to click on the photo to see him against the green background, here:

    http://bonniesbooks.blogspot.com/2009/06/meet-my-newest-friend-chico.html

    So you and I read upside down (comments from last year) and we allow parrots to sit on our shoulders. Hmmmm.

    http://saralewisholmes.blogspot.com/2007/07/anti-chair-polemic.html

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