Step right up

Here’s an exciting opportunity for my Loyal Readers.  Step right up!  Great Art taken at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan and possibly blogged before.  Oh, well.  It’s late.  Part of my famous Vacation series.

Extreme short shrift.  Spent all my time this evening working on LDS Tools emails.  The glamorous life of a project manager.

I’m also being glamorous at work this week, as mentioned before.  I’m sitting in for my boss.  I predicted a reign of terror, and I was right.  Sadly, I’m the one being terrorized.  Who could have predicted that?  Lots of work, but I’m having a great time.

We got Galaxy Quest from Netflix yesterday.  I watched a bit of it tonight.  It’s lots of fun, although I don’t recall it being particularly well received by either the general public or the reviewing public.  Too bad for them.

Nice letter from LRN1 this week.  He’s bring transferred tomorrow.  I’m excited to see where he goes this time.

And that’s it for tonight.  I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this combination shocking food violence news and exciting Morrowlife employment agency job opportunity: Amish milk smugglers!

See you tomorrow.

11 Responses to “Step right up”

  1. Mark Says:

    Sentences I Never Thought I’d See: “Outlaw Amish and Mennonites,”. Also would be a good name for a rock band.

  2. Chris Says:

    Galaxy Quest is one of the best under-promoted, under-appreciated movies of all space and time (pun intended…) It was released in 1999, very shortly after my time working on Star Trek The Experience for the Paramount Parks / Las Vegas Hilton joint venture. The movie’s portrayal of the Trek fan culture is hilarious. Tim Allen was great as the burnt-out Shatner-esque lead. Sigourney Weaver was extremely well cast especially due to her own deep SiFi resume…her performance in Quest is only second to her hugely under-appreciated lead role in 2001’s Heartbreakers… And of course, watching Alan Rickman’s character agonize over his type-casting finally gives us insight into everyday life in front of the bathroom mirror at Leonard Nemoy’s house…

    The story line tends to be thin – it’s really the situations and the characterizations that are such a subtle yet rich spoof on the age of Star Trek that give this movie its legs.

    Three Thumbs Up from me!!

  3. Shannon Says:

    If only I’d known when we lived in PA!

  4. Shannon Says:

    If only I’d known when we lived in PA!

  5. Shannon Says:

    If only I’d known when we lived in PA!

  6. Shannon Says:

    If only I’d known when we lived in PA!

  7. Shannon Says:

    If only I’d known when we lived in PA!

  8. Chris Says:

    What happened to the html image tag on my comment?

  9. Mark Says:

    ‘Twas eaten by the Morrowlife gremlins. These things are known to happen.

  10. Michael Says:

    LRN4 apparently regrets leaving PA.

  11. Michael Says:

    She apparently REALLY regrets it!

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