Friday, September 09, 2005

Fun Stuff Friday

It's that time again folks! Who doesn't love Friday's. Unless you live in Banff & Canmore this weekend - then maybe not (check out their weather forecast for the weekend). Luckily for us in Calgary it's just rain (I hope).

Enjoy today's selection. Boy, can this white guy
dance.

Have a great day everyone!

5 Comments:

At Fri Sep 09, 12:03:00 PM MDT, Blogger Paul said...

I think that's a guy who had a Michael Jackson treatment. White guys can't dance like that.
I have perhaps, an overly whimsical dream of the first snow, although it doesn't seem like they will be getting emough of it. Just to lie peacefully and let it cover me completely until all is quiet and the focus is only on the blanket covering me.
No - I don't want to be buried in an avalanche and no, I don't want a bear or wolves to think me a freaking' snack either.
After that, it's magic slowly fades as Winter advances and I want the sun back. But thats what their forecast reminded me of.

 
At Fri Sep 09, 07:41:00 PM MDT, Blogger Justthinkin said...

Paul....BITE YOUR TONGUE...on this day last year,we had 2" of the white stuff on the ground in Edmonton.It comes soon enough,thank you very much!
As to Mr.Jackson,to coin a saying from my mother,I think there may have been a black guy in the woodpile of his family tree...lol.

 
At Fri Sep 09, 08:59:00 PM MDT, Blogger Paul said...

You should enjoy it while you can. All they get where you may be headed is an occasional ice storm.
Slip slidin' away.

 
At Sat Sep 10, 09:26:00 AM MDT, Blogger Paul said...

P.S., Aizlynne, so far of people passing through this house, the classic of last week with the jump ropes still reigns Supreme. But the dancer? I'm studying it hard, next chance I get I'm gonna dazzle some people.

 
At Sat Sep 10, 11:14:00 AM MDT, Blogger Richard said...

What's so funny about the guy dancing? That's how I dance... Really...

 

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