14 August 2007

Meteor Showers

Summer nights....

* Coffee & conversation

* Waiting for Guffman

Corky: It kind of reminds of me the olden days, in Paris, when men use to slap each other with white leather gloves, you know, "Oh, D'Artagnan, how dare you speak to me that way". And Smack Em'.

Corky: Here's the Remains of the Day lunchbox. Kids don't like eating at school, but if they have a Remains of the Day lunchbox they're a lot happier.

* Thanks to Jen S. for inviting us to get out of the city to view the Perseid Meteor Shower.
We saw some good shooting stars. We talked about strange childhood thoughts. We hoped that small planes passing overhead were not Russians coming to take over or drop rabid farm dogs on us.

Check out my friend Beth's post in "Just Between Us" about returning to Kolkata. It's wonderful.

2 Comments:

Blogger the kitchen gnomes said...

We watched those same meteor showers laying all bundled up in blankets on the beach in Door County Wisconsin... What made it even more amazing is that it was Melissa's first time ever to see a shooting star. I don't know why, but knowing that fact made the experience even sweeter.

2:57 PM  
Blogger steph said...

"It's like in a Hitchcock movie, you know, where they tie you up in a rubber bag and throw you in the trunk of a car. You find people."

love you angela. one of these days we're actually going to catch up. it's my turn to try, so get ready.

4:34 PM  

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