Month: August 2003

  • Blogging Blackout?

    Some of you loyal email subscribers may have wondered why you haven’t received any mindless musings lately. Really loyal fans who faithfully checked the site in the absence of email may have noticed that folks who were relying on email were missing a little, but not much. I just haven’t had much to say lately, […]

  • Update on Jesse’s Girl

    As I was posting the previous musings, I noticed that my last entry was about Stevie D’s trip to Bonneville with Jesse’s Girl (and also noticed that it had been two weeks since I posted anything … summer doldrums). So I thought maybe an update would be in order. A newspaper article reports that Stevie […]

  • National Holiday?

    Maybe it should be. Today is both Shania Twain‘s and Lee Ann Rimes‘s birthday. (Shania is 38 and Lee Ann is now an officially legal 21). Some might dispute Shania’s claim to being a national treasure since she’s Canadian by birth and lives in Switzerland, but I’ll still happily worship her. Lee Ann’s 21st just […]

  • Did I write that?

    This afternoon, along with miscellaneous other junk in my mailbox, I found a little plastic box with tear-jerker pictures and the title “Three Journeys”. My first thought was that it was some kind of religious propaganda, but it turned out to be an advertising DVD from Lexus. Not having a DVD player at home, I […]

  • Jesse’s Girl

    On the way home today, I noticed my odometer indicating that it’s about time for an oil change. I made a mental note to call my mechanic and schedule an appointment. Then I got home and settled down with my newspaper, and realized I’ll probably have to wait a while for that oil change. It […]

  • It could have been worse

    800,000 gallons of Bourbon up in flames is enough to bring tears to anybody’s eyes. But at least it wasn’t Woodford Reserve.