I haven’t hand waxed a car since I was a teen. My gosh, now that I think about it, it’s been about two decades since I hand waxed a car by myself. Anywho, I gave it a try yesterday only to be interrupted by two neighbors. One of those neighbors has a wife that is going in for surgery regarding her breast cancer this week, and the other let me know for the first time that his son died in a drive-by shooting as a Texas Tech student back in March. The wax got pretty darn hard during all my talking and the sun actually set, but I think talking to my neighbors was well worth the hard wax dilemma.
I’ve lived in Lewisville for just about a decade and have never visited Sneaky Pete’s. I’m just not a lake guy.
From my house, the Dallas County line is probably just a few hundred yards, if that. We heard planes flying about a hundred feet from the ground doing their West Nile mosquito spraying thing.
We at at Randy White’s BBQ the other day. The BBQ was decent, but the line was extremely slow for being so short, and I couldn’t figure out why. I mean, it was insanely slow.
I noticed rice was an available side but couldn’t figure out if it was a Spanish rice, some kind of pilaf, or something else. When I asked the guy behind the counter if that was Spanish rice, he just smile and pointed to the rice and said, “Rice.” When I asked what kind of rice, he did the same thing. We played that game a few more rounds and I just gave up and realized he didn’t speak a lick of English.
I noticed they had a bit of a Pancho’s raise the flag thing going, except with Texas flags.
It’s not a breastaraunt or anything, but one of their female employees looked like a younger version of Erin Andrews.
With every meal you get free ice cream and peach cobbler, and hot steamed towels are also readily available.
I guess saying hot and steamed is being a bit redundant. But then again, so is saying cheddar cheese . . . is there any other kind of cheese . . . or tuna fish . . . there’s only one kind of tuna.
I watched The Hunger Games over the weekend. To be honest, I enjoyed the Wikipedia write up about the book much better than the movie.
The Container Store sure does like their prices. I wanted to buy some wall shelving for my home office and it was going to cost me over $200. The next day I went to my local Ace Hardware and bought almost the same thing for $35.
LOST Baby Nursery Is Dharma Initiative Approved - For us fans of the old television serious, they did a great creative job. I mean, not only do they have Dharma Initiative baby food, but the Ocean planes circling above the crib was the icing on the cake.