Going to the Valley

Good Morning & Happy Thursday,

Going to the Valley of day off, we are on the last day of my work week.

Today is Thursday 06/13/V3.3 and it is the FIRST day of the weekend.

Looking forward to this weekend, today I’m going on the Taco Ride at the present time. My co-riders are probably sleeping right now. Friday I’m going to see the Man of Steel, now the question depends on what time. I could go see it before noon for $5.00 at Aksarben Cinema, or later. Saturday we go back to work and have Dawn & Mike’s reception.

That’s my plan, it is of course up for quality adjustments.

NOW this song is about human inspiration, this power of 1 isn’t about the human spirit, it is more about me and you. You’re the power of 1.

The word of the day is xanthic which is of or pertaining to a yellow or yellowish color.

WAIT for it!

I’m now coming to you from the work location.

I know I was cold yesterday & what do I do today? I wear a short sleeve shirt, but a Vernon J’s gotta do what a Vernon J’s gotta do.

Yesterday was a wonderful day. Got off work at 5 after 15.00, instead of the crazy 21 after 16.00 like Tuesday. That is why 15.05>16.21, if you follow me on twitter you would’ve seen that.

How about the Boston Bruins leading by two in the 3rd & losing by 1 in triple overtime? Nope I didn’t watch the games. I found out about overtime from Bridget & the Blackhawks win via Janece on twitter. You gotta be on twitter to BE IN THE KNOW! Majority of my news comes from there. NO WAITING, NO TEASERS, just the news I want/need when I want/need it.

Well I think that’s enough time for now.

Here’s a photo of the street whose hole is smaller.

Quotes from the World for Thursday 06/13/MMXIII

There is only one way to read, which is to browse in libraries and bookshops, picking up books that attract you, reading only those, dropping them when they bore you, skipping the parts that drag—and never, never reading anything because you feel you ought, or because it is part of a trend or a movement. Remember that the book which bores you when you are twenty or thirty will open doors for you when you are forty or fifty—and vice versa. Don’t read a book out of its right time for you.

Doris Lessing
Doris Lessing (b. 1919), British novelist. Introduction to The Golden Notebook, pp. xvii-xviii, Simon and Schuster (1971).