When I started a Journal and had my first comment by a sweet lady who is called Lindy, I have wondered about fellows on the Net.
Our Life style is traveling, so what better thing than meet some of these wonderful friends when possible. It has been a thrill and a real JOY to meet some of you wonderful folk. Funny, as I am thinking, I start to say in my mind ‘I have met YOU, but we haven’t, it is that I feel so close to you, I feel like we have met.
Yesterday was a distinct pleasure, we had dinner with Sheila and her hubby, Rick.
This was such a distinct pleasure, they are both wonderful folk, down to earth and understanding of my hearing problem. Sherry of course carried the weight of conversations. Also one reason this was such a ‘sweet’ meeting, if you follow Jean (Sybil) from Alabama http://sybilb.blogspot.com/
Sheila is Jean’s daughter. Sheila and Rick have lived all over this country and overseas. We can relate a little about roots LOL. Sheila and Shirl are Lucy’s thorn in the flesh, always dancing for Snow!
Again, Thanks Sheila for giving us a chance to sit and visit with such a pleasant couple.
I hate to miss someone, but so far we have met: Debbie, Terri, Ora, Jean (Sybil), Linda (BR Boomer), Dar, Mel, Shirl (my sister of course), Fred (a breath of fresh air from my past), Yvette (poet & publisher of the other Jack Darnell) ALL have been a pleasure. Of course Sweet Glenda who comments regularly.
NOW THE FUTURE………
Take a look at a levitating car in operation. I got this from the grand kids other grandma, Joan.
I had a picture of this car on the blog a few days ago when I was featuring future cars. This was the round car:
Click below to see it in operation in China:
This is neat. No emissions, I thought it was AIR i.e. fans that kept it up, but no, now I understand it is electromagnetic forces. So I assume (not sure) that the roads would have to be prepared for this to work, BUT IT IS AMAZING. (I want one, at first I didn’t, but now I do!)
Thanks for coming by the LOG,
What does the future hold? I do not think this uses up our natural resources as fast as present vehicles.
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