Another disappointing sports in which all my favorite sports teams lost. And this may have been the weekend that finally pushed me to consider spending a shit-Tom of money to have my house repaired.

But, none of that matters because today is Guy Fawkes Day and tonight I will help Glory Mole lay her first trail!

Helping “Glory Mole” Lay Her First Hash Trail

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18 Responses to 2018-11-05

  1. bob says:

    But Atlanta United won so there is that 🙂

    Good luck on your first trail Glory Mole! Remember, nobody in the history of hashing has ever said there was too much flour on trail.

  2. Bonnie says:

    I’m nervous and excited… The weather looks better than the last time I looked. See you later this afternoon WLB!!!

    • Keeping 🤞🏻🤞🏻
      See you at our appointed meeting location at the appointed time. 🙂
      We’ve got this! 🤜🏻🤛🏻

  3. ITP Lurker says:

    As an accountant, I do have to ask, how much is a “shit-Tom” of money? 😉

    Good luck tonight, Bonnie, I’m sure you’ll rock this.

    I’m thankful for “fall-back”. It fits my biorhythm so much better. Now of only we could eliminate the whole clock changing business once and for all. Europe is considering it, so there’s hope.

    And if you haven’t already done so, GET OUT AND VOTE TOMORROW!!!

    • It’s either the equivalent weight in gold when compared to a large-sized shit by a man named “Tom”, or a goddamn autocorrect error that I failed to catch. 😉

      And Trump hates Europe, so it won’t happen for us in the next two years. Unless Russia…

      • ITP Lurker says:

        I’ll consider it a win if daylight saving time is abolished during my lifetime. There’s no possible way it could ever happen within 2 years.

  4. Barb says:

    I went to a wine “festival” at Monteluce up in Dahlonega yesterday – Festival is not really the correct word, we paid $10 and got basically nothing (a free hayride around the vineyard). Wine was the same price as it always is – and lines were long, not enough staff. Didn’t surprise me, but still………..
    Stacy & I have to get together to discuss our drunken rides home (in separate cars, and I need her story, she needs mine). What a day. I’ve decided any drinking girls day out will not ever involve a roadtrip & carpools.

    • Stacy Fox says:

      And this is why I don’t go OTP, Barb. Hahaha But no, legit: any drinking events need to be close to public transportation for real.
      I had fun with y’all despite the epic failure of the “festival”… but then, we’re a group of women who can always make our own fun. Well, until people stop being polite and start getting real…. [oh wait. that’s The Real World tagline.] We definitely need to swap the stories. I bet mine wins. 😉

      • Barb says:

        what a freakin drive home………….
        that’s all I have to say.
        then HoPo left her phone in the car, so we met up with her, and she had to ask Allan all about her argument with LA, and if she was right? It was funny at that point, because there was only the 1 side of the story to listen to again.

  5. Steve says:

    Well, I pulled the trigger. The scooter is in the man cave, awaiting re-attachment of the crash bars, windshield, and factory exhaust. My little test ride around the neighborhood reminded me how out of practice I really am and I’m just glad I didn’t drop it!

    The ride home from SC seemed interminable. Traffic stopped at Chateau Elan, but I was able to get off and cut over to 985. Once closer to town, Waze indicated going over the top, as paving was going on near Northlake. I cut down Jimmy Carter to 78, only to learn there was more paving near the airport. Into town on 20 and finally back on 85 to home. Sheesh!

    West Side Story was really good. Well sung and well staged. The guy sitting next to me almost jumped out of his seat when (spoiler) Tony got shot. I leaned over and said “BTW, there’s a gun.”


    • bob says:

      Congrats on the new scooter! I so want another one but it is just not in the cards for a while.

      We got totally lucky this weekend with traffic, as we were travelling I-285 East there was paving going west and traffic was hell. On our way home going West they were working on the Eastbound side and traffic was hell again. We successfully avoided the mess both ways.

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