Here’s LRN4’s new car as it appeared in the garage this very evening. Still looks perfect – way to take care of it, LRN4! Part of my famous Machinery series. Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam.

Greetings from the train! I missed a couple of days there – busy again. There was Massive Meeting Tuesday and . . . ummm . . . wacked out Wednesday. Or something like that. Spent the evening chatting with LRN4 instead of blogging. Or exercising, for that matter.

Fine day. It was sunny and warm out in Sunnyvale and I hear it was the same here in Lardville. We’re not expect any more rain until Monday, I believe. Can’t complain.

I may have mentioned LRN2 and LRN4’s upcoming trip to San Diego, Mesa, and Las Vegas to visit her sister, LRN3, and her other sister, in that order. They’re basically spending the last half of May on the road. Since the last weekend of their visit will be the Memorial Day weekend, I’m flying down to Vegas to join them for a couple of days and then drive home together. Couldn’t get a cheap flight on Friday or Saturday, so I’m going on Sunday for about $63 bucks. We’ll stay for Monday and come home Tuesday. I’m looking forward to the trip.

Speaking of trips, LRN4 is going to Salt Lake to see her brother and father the week after next. Staying Monday to Monday, as that was when the cheap flights were available. She’s looking forward to that trip too.

Let’s see – what else is going on? The Suburban’s check engine light came on again on Sunday when I drove kind of fast over the driveway curb at church. Sigh. I got out my new OBD II diagnostic tool last night and plugged it in. It told me there was a small leak in the sealed fuel venting system. I assumed the gas cap was a bit loose, so I reinstalled it and reset the light. Let’s hope it works. And that I remember to drive a bit more slowly over bouncy driveways.

LRN1’s officially in the mission field! He left the Guatemala City MTC Tuesday and headed over to the Guatemala City North mission home. We have no idea where his first area is, but hope to hear soon. Exciting! Check out his new address over there on the right. Write! Or use dearelder.com for fast, free pouch mail like I do.

Well, the battery on this thing is quite low and we’re just a few minutes from Lardville, so it’s time to quit. I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this exciting job opportunity: rabbit whisperer!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Taurus”

  1. Mark Says:

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but that may be one of the largest rabbits I've ever seen in my life. :I

    Also that man is very odd.

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