Ooooh, yeah. It's Monday, and you know what that means - it's picture time. And that gives you just one more reason to look forward to Mondays. You never know what you're going to get. It could be pictures of animals. It could be pictures of a homeless man. It could be pictures of you, as I spy on you and post this from my laptop in my car outside your house and/or apartment and/or shanty.
Actually I don't own a laptop, so you don't need to worry about me posting from my car while I watch you.
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Oh, and I'm not a peeping tom, either.
But seriously, Mondays are about to get a whole lot cooler, what with all the picture taking and such. Be sure to eat carrots and other wholesome foods rich in Vitamin A throughout the week, but especially on Saturday and Sunday because then, on Monday, your eyes will be in tip-top shape to take in the wonders of the world as they are seen through the lens of my camera.
Tonights first wonder of the world:
That's right. Gas at $1.85. I celebrated by buying a gallon, pouring it into a five-gallon drum, and lighting it. Then I drove a sand buggy around the flame, whooping and hollering like a savage. Why did I do this, you ask? I don't know. I saw it in a movie once. "The Road Warrior". Check it out.
Tonight's second wonder of the world:
Dad and I ingeniously attached a large, blue "Y" to the top of the house so that the denizens of Sandy understand unequivocally that we are BYU fans. This is important. I'm not sure why, but it is.
And this is a close up of that same "Y". We've attached it to the furnace exhaust which is hardly warm. The Y will soon be accompanied by two large five-gallon drums of gasoline, burning like war pyres into the cold November night. In fact, with gas this cheap, I'll probably be bathing in it for the next few weeks.
Lastly, I leave you with this picture of a pair of scissors. It's a textural delight!