80’s siblings – unknown date


Here are (left to right) Candy, Dad McCulloch, Shannon, Robin, and Melanie posing in their awesome 80’s duds. Hey, they were totally cool back then. Great Art courtesy of some film camera, taken . . . umm . . . someplace (maybe in front of our house in Mira Mesa?) by . . . umm . . . someone (me?), and part of my famous Shannon and Vacation series.

I’m assuming at least some of the people in that picture were on vacation. Seems like a reasonable assumption to me. Maybe we were at a family reunion. Maybe something else. Do any of my Loyal Readers remember?

Pretty good day today. I got some progress made on my updated PhotoDoc website. Much more to do, at least some of which will take place tomorrow. It really feels good to be back to work. I’m not putting in a whole ton of hours every day yet, but I’m working pretty much as hard as I want to work.

Also found time to pay bills and get a haircut today. Bills were paid first, then Mark and I went to the gym, then I took a shower, then I got a haircut. I like my barber. They may not give a great haircut, but they have you watch sports while they’re doing it (I saw some of the Masters golf tournament – don’t pity me, I like it). And then, for just five measly dollars more, they take you into the back room, shampoo your hair, put a hot towel on your face, and massage your scalp. And then they take you back to the barber chair and give your shoulders a massage. Wow. Haircut: fine. Experience: very nice. I want to get my hair cut again tomorrow.

Mark and I went to our first meetup tonight with the Sushi and More group from meetup.com. We went to a newly-opened ramen noodle place, featuring “fusion” noodles. They looked pretty much like regular noodles to me, but they were quite good anyway. Also a bit garlicky, which is a feature, not a bug. The people were uniformly nice and one of leaders – a nice lady named Sarah – apparently knows everything about every restaurant in Las Vegas. She was really interesting to talk with. Oh, and the food was very inexpensive. Apparently, such is the way with noodle restaurants. Which is good information, if you ask me.

My next meetup is on Tuesday with the same group. We’re going to a sushi place. I’m looking forward to it.

So it was a busy day, which is a good thing. I did find time to watch a couple more episodes of Top Gear. I’m working on getting through the entire series. I’m on season 14 right now, so I’ve seen a lot of them, but there are many more to see. So many responsibilities.

And I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this exciting Morrowlife Employment Agency job opportunity: fugitive zebra!

See you tomorrow.

2 Responses to “80’s siblings – unknown date”

  1. Andy Says:

    I’ve been wanting to try traditional ramen (not the instant kind). I’m sure there’s a restaurant around here in Denver that serves it, but I don’t know where. Sounds like a cool group.

  2. Paul Says:

    That does look like what I remember of our front yard in Mira Mesa.

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