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Ramble and Fantasy

I kinda like this new life of mine. Being Friday, I don’t go to the day job (reason for celebration in itself), but spend the morning interviewing interesting people instead. I have a 5:00 deadline for any stories, and this week that’s no sweat because two of my three are already submitted, the third needs a quote from todays interview and it will be gone… the fact that I can’t imagine this schedule ever getting boring, talk in the mornings, write in the afternoon, leads me to today’s Friday Fantasy:
I would like to tear down my house and replace it with a grown up sized, multi-level, tree house. It will require the instant appearance of a very large tree, but heck, it is a fantasy. One of these levels needs to have a swimming pool, I really need some exercise and that’s my favorite kind. I’ll save the top for my studio. From there I’ll have an excellent view of town and the surrouding hillsides. Exit from the tree house will be by zip line, inside there will be no stairs, just escalators from floor to floor. I’ll need a cook, driver and gardener, anyone want to volunteer for the job?

The picture is of Ophelia in a full out pout. Princesses little kitten is getting bigger by the day and now it’s ON between those two. Since this day is a full out ramble… I must mention some very nice comments that arrived from Anonymous: thank you for dropping by, if you’ll leave your name next time I will happily return the visit!

July 21, 2006 at 7:23 am Leave a comment

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