Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Top Ten of 2008

Thanks to Kat over at Mama's Losin' It for the prompt for today. I've got all these little notes jotted down regarding things I'd like to talk about here (even more Arkansas dreams about the devil, how I zested my thumb, my goals for 2009), but to be perfectly honest with you, I don't fucking feel like writing today.

I'm going to participate in the Writer's Workshop instead. And instead of making an actual Top Ten list, I'm going to share my ten most favoritest photos from 2008. SOOOOO cheating, I know that, but I am both a cheater AND a pumpkin eater, so it works out nicely. Plus, you people are all lackadaisical with your blog posting right now - yes, I'm totally talking to you, where the hell have you been the past 10 days when I've been at work surfing the Internet for something to entertain me? I've been bored out of my damn mind, and it's all your fault. Comments are down, posting is down, it's really a shame when everyone puts their family and holiday traditions first. Before the crazy Interweb strangers. That shit hurts.

So here you go, you lazy, vacation-taking, family-loving fools -
My Top Ten Pics from 2008:
10) New Year's Eve 2007
(I won't be drinking tonight, so my smile will likely be about 1/4 of the size)

9) With Gray (his first time in Cali) in March
8) Our baby niece Angel Butt
We miss her every fucking day since she moved to Arkansas.

7) My quarter century birthday in April
There is no better way to celebrate than with Guinness, bowling, and licking things.

6) Huntington Beach boardwalk
Colors aren't bright like this right now, so my eye was drawn to this photo.

5) Camping by the Minnesota River for Memorial Day

4) Down by the Minnesota river
3) Visiting my dog Cola at her new home
I was so happy to know they torture her at least as often as I used to.
2) Rocking the dock
Back when everything was simple and backne was an urban legend
1) Just one of the many reasons Mac computers are superior to PCs.

Happy New Years everybody!
I'll try to suck less next year, but I'm not making any promises.