I looked at the grass yesterday evening and was happy. The dandelions were falling over, the creeping charlie was shriveling up, the pricker weeds were wilting. With a sneer, I let out an audible evil laugh.
I have won round 1. The weed and feed worked well once again.
But my laughter would soon die when I realized the "feed" portion had truly kicked in and I would have to mow the lawn soon. The next audible is not appropriate for children. Add some rain and I will be mowing the lawn a lot.
Mowing the lawn a lot. Is it only me but does that sound kinda dirty. What is he doing? Mowing the lawn. Yeah baby, a lot!
More acts for Summerfest are being announced. Nothing of great interest to me quite yet. I do find the Candlebox show slated for July 4 to pique my curiosity. I remember seeing them during their breakout year (year escapes me) when some friends from Michigan came to town. The Rock Stage was absolutely packed. You couldn't move. It was a good show too. Two years later they would basically be gone after the second album failed. Funny how the music business can be.
I see the band In Flames will be coming to town in August. Now I need to get my metal music loving friend to go to the show. GWAR is slated to be there too. That is just fun to say. GWARRRRRRRR!
I think the car across from me at the gas station drove off without paying this morning. I couldn't help but notice his car was still running when he was fueling. I looked at his pump and noticed there wasn't a 'prepay' notice on his like there was on mine. I kept an eye on him as he pulled the nozzle out of the tank, put the cap back on, but did not put the license plate back up (yeah, how old is that car that the gas tank is hidden by the license plate?) and non-chalantly jumped into his car and drove away. I tried to notice if the machine had the thank you notice up showing but it was a tad far to see. Maybe he did pay for it. Afterall, gas was only $2.80 this morning.
Maybe I shouldn't be sarcatic about gas prices. Afterall, we are still at war. A war we have been, and still are winning. Though the major media will never tell you that. Power Line has some interesting reading up from the enemy. Yet, some people will say it is a disaster over there. Continue to say prayers for the brave men and women defending our country. The are doing a fantastic job and hopefully will be home soon.