I know you guys enjoyed this morning’s photo posts, so I’m putting up one more cute twin picture this evening, for your viewing pleasure. Imagine what he’ll look like when he’s eighteen …. 😉
It’s been a strange day, here on the island. I spent a good deal of time editing my friend’s environmental law book, and right around four PM, I took a two mile run. The streets were empty and nobody was about on the sidewalks, the weather’s just too dicey.
In just about an hour, I will climb into my Element and drive several miles northward, to another barrier island, to spend my evening with my friend Bill. We always take in live music in a bar down the street from his house, and then we’ll have dinner. It’s a guaranteed good time, and I’m looking forward to it.
Sometimes I’m out in public, at the beach or perhaps at the supermarket, and I’ll encounter a young man in his mid-teens who is so good-looking I tell myself, “I’d like to meet up with him in a few years, when he’s of age.”
Yeah, twinks are fun to gaze at, but alas, by law they are untouchable. So, we have to be patient … 🙂
I slept in late today, I don’t know why because I went to bed at my normal time. But I let myself stay in bed until I felt ready to get up. I brewed coffee and solved the L.A. Times Crossword puzzle–a tough one, by the way, but I solved it.
Since it is Friday, I would normally visit the YMCA for a workout and lap-swimming, but a tropical storm is rolling across the Florida peninsula and we’re already getting squall lines on the island–rain, wind and thunder. It’ll be a weird day, weather-wise, bu that’s okay. I have plenty to do, here at the house.
I’m spending my evening with a old friend who lives on an island north of mine. We’ll visit a tiki bar on the beach to listen to live music. I’m bringing a New York strip steak with me and y friend’s making a tasty salad to go with it. We’ll enjoy our meal with some wine, and then I’ll cruise home; he’s only seven miles form my place, so it’s an easy trip.
All right, everyone, I need to get busy with things here at the house, so I will close this post by wishing you a pleasant Friday, wherever you might be. And keep smiling, it’s important.