My Evening Report

Good Evening & Happy Sunday,

Oh where have I been, no entry on Saturday Evening, no entry on Sunday Morning. I must be spending time with someone I like.

It’s okay, I still like my readers just as much as ever. It’s just a choice I made not to post an entry till now.

The word of the day is armistice which is a temporary suspension of hostilities by the agreement of the warring parties.

So Saturday (the 10th) we went to the Iowa Game. I think they lost, we left early to go to The Best Bar in America. Crescent Moon | Omaha’s Original Alehouse Mardi Gras is only XCII days away. As my friend Jim put it, I’ll have someone to slap my backside. Dustin you won’t have the pleasure of doing it this year.

We then went to Maureen’s XXX Birthday Party, you know I’m always down for that. Speaking of Maureen 3.0 & Mindi 3.0, have you RSVP to her Birthday Party. It is hosted by Vernon 3.0 & Beyond & Lynette Lierman.

Went to work today, it was work. Nothing fancy to report there.

I’m home now & just blogging.

What else is there to share with you before tomorrow. IT is my Monday, one of the favorite days of the week.

Vernon J out.

Quotes from the World for Sunday 11/11/MMXII

How wholesome winter is, seen far or near; how good, above all mere sentimental, warm-blooded, short-lived, soft-hearted, moral goodness, commonly so called. Give me the goodness which has forgotten its own deeds,—which God has seen to be good, and let be.

Henry David Thoreau
Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862), U.S. philosopher, author, naturalist. Letter, November 4, 1860, to Harrison Blake, in The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, vol. 6, pp. 372-373, Houghton Mifflin (1906).