this is my entry. if you like it more than the others at photothursday please vote for my picture. voting starts thursday at 9:00am and ends at 5:00pm. if you don’t like it then, i guess you can vote for someone elses. uncle peter comes home tomorrow. can’t wait. it doesn’t seem like he has been gone for 2 weeks. time flies when you are working, working and working. i’m looking forward to april 15th at around 5:00pm. we were on the way back from dinner tonight when maddie decided to sing us, “the scientist” by coldplay. i love her. oh and if you are wondering, i love kenzie too. and george if you are reading. yes my wife is hot too.
question of the day: where do you buy gas?
chevron. super unleaded. 2.76 a gallon. unless it’s the honda. then i fill it up with ichiban or calrose.
for some reason the car always has gas in it. i think that your dad is following your pappy’s example. he, pappy, always made sure the car had ample gas in it. it never ran out. this is while we were living with he and grandma in los angeles.
Used to likeShell at Carrillo and Chapala. Last visit there was disappointing as an evil low post jumped out of nowhere and smashed the passenger side door. Won’t mention who was driving. Now I like the Vons Club discount on gas at the Fairview Vons. Plus there’s a Starbuck’s inside the grocery store there.
I often leave the house for school and get to Montecito before I realize I’m on fumes. Of course I don’t stop…I cross my fingers and hope I make it to Carpinteria. So, needless to say, I stop at the Chevron in Carpinteria before heading home. Doesn’t hurt there’s a 7 Eleven next door…Cola Slurpee for the ride home!
I try to go to the cheap stations on mid/upper State St. I spent $55 filling up my truck last week so i think my bike will start being my main mode of transportion. When I was in high school I would spend $1.20 to fill up my Honda Elite 80 and I could go 100 miles before I needed to scroung through the couch for my next fill up.
Welcome back Pedro, and safe travels to NYC
oops..transportion = transportation
I’ll learn how to spell one day.