Special visitor

Here’s LRN1 enjoying a quiet moment with a very special visitor a couple of weeks back.  Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam, taken at our apartment complex’s clubhouse, and part of my famous Event series.

Been a few days again, and lots has happened.  First (and worst), LRN4 and LRN1 left for California on Saturday morning.  Boo hoo!  They’ve had a great time visiting LRN5, LRN12, Cliff, and many other friends.  The house was in great shape and everything is going well.  They got my beloved pickup’s strange blinker problem fixed, they packed everything up and loaded the truck, and they’re ready to head for Utah tomorrow morning.  Drive carefully, Loyal Readers!

I’ve been living the bachelor life again, although LRN4 correctly points out that I’m definitely not living like a hobo this time.  I’ve got furniture, dishes, food, and all the comforts of home.  That part’s just fine.  I’m still a bit lonesome.  However, I have my sushi to comfort me in my time of trial.

Also had a hamburger last night and a really nice plate of pork paprikash tonight.  Tomorrow: sushi again, most likely.

But I’m suffering.  Suffering, I tell you.

Let’s see, what else has been happening?  We went to an interesting place on Friday called Bryn Athyn.  Beautiful old buildings.  Very nice people.  Perfect day.  It was all good.  Recommended.  I don’t think we’ll be going back again and again, but still recommended.

Ordered my Beagle Bone over the weekend.  It’s finally in stock at Adafruit!  They shipped it out of New York City yesterday.  It arrived in Philly today, so I expect it’ll be delivered tomorrow.  Can’t wait!

I bought some instant ice packs for my poor, sore tennis elbow the other day.  They work – sort of.  See my brilliant Amazon review here.  Try another brand.

Time for bed already.  I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this exciting Morrowlife Employment Agency job opportunity: attack turtle!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Special visitor”

  1. LRN1 Says:

    Here in Utah! Classes are going well for the most part. Lots o work!

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