Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Off the Bench (or The Killer Has Time On His Side)

In my last post, I alluded to the usual lack of comments that are received here. Yet leave it to The Killer to start posting comments...just...because.

Based on this behavior, I should call this post "Odds and Sods" to poke some fun at Sean (or "he who shall NOT be called 'Seanie.'")

But I won't. He's Sean. He's "The Killer." I don't dare.

Speaking of Sean, the two of us tried to reconnect with an old friend twice - once via Facebook, once via LinkedIn. We're oh-for-two. Was it something we said?

Time heals all wounds, no?

Is there anything worse than falling asleep at your desk? Especially when, in reality, that "desk" is nothing more than a counter top in the middle of a fairly open area?

Spent last weekend in Pennsylvania at the home of Steve, Laura, Kendall, and my baby goddaughter Emma. Good times as always. A little crowded with the addition of several other family members (plus two dogs and two cats), but it's become a very relaxing place for me. I'll likely be back there in a few weeks, and very probably for Thanksgiving.

Oh I know, I have something to do Thanksgiving morning - Greenwich/Staples on WGCH at Greenwich High School (and it's becoming likely that it will be our last broadcast of 2008). Yet as soon as we go off the air that day, it looks like I'll jump on I-95 and head for PA.

On Sunday, the whole gang went to Eastern State Penitentiary, the legendary prison in Philadelphia. It's literally a city within a city, and was last used in 1971. Al Capone was there for sometime, and there area countless stories of ghost sightings. A must-see (but don't take children under seven, as they are not welcome).

My pictures from the weekend are here.

By the way, Sean (you know, "The Son") was not with me, and it felt weird. I'll decline to tell exactly where he was (don't make me invoke Rule 55).

Welcome to my "new normal." I just pray for his well-being and frankly, I ask you to do the same.

Well that's all from Happyland. I've had enough for one day.

1 comment:

Sean G. Kilkelly said...

I'm not worthy!!!

Seriously, that looks like a really cool place to go to. That's the type of thing I would find to be very interesting.

I'm just sayin...