I read a headline on AOL that said ‘How celebs are spending the holidays!”
Do you care? I don’t. It never ceases to amaze me the people who are interested in the intimate lives of celebrities. There is nothing wrong with it, I am sure, I just don’t get the reason for it. Most of the time I don’t care what the next door neighbor plans for the holidays. And I won’t know, unless they need someone to feed the birds, dogs or cats. Or they want me to collect the paper and mail.
People have different hobbies I guess and one is people watching. I do people watch if I am in a busy store waiting for someone or just resting while someone else shops. At an Airport I people watch. Once I saw two famous wrestlers, or at least Ben and Reece said they were famous so they got their autographs.
I saw one of my favorite actors, Anthony Quinn, in the Key west Airport, No I did not ask for his autograph (and there were only five of us there). I also saw Lou Rawls and company, in the Atlanta Airport as he boarded a plane to take a seat that I was mine for two minutes. (I was flying standby). Never did get a flight, but my bags were on the plane. I went in with three soldiers who were headed for Chicago and we rented a car and drove to the Chicago Airport to get our Sea bags.
I do smile when I see boys with their pants down around their knees and say that cannot be comfortable. When you are my age comfort is what counts.
I smile and sometimes feel sad for someone who has tattoos all over themselves, especially their face. Of course that is none of my affair, it is a fad. I am glad it was not around when I was young. Duck tails and peg pants were fads in my younger years. I had one and I pegged my pants, I was cool!!!! I even did a flat top for awhile.
So now it is a fad to have a BLOG so here I am, enjoying it, thanks for coming this way my cyber friends.
The three most common expressions (or famous last words) in military aviation are:'Did you feel that?' 'What's that noise?' and'Oh S...!'