Monday, August 01, 2005

The Deck


Nancy reminded me to go get a pedicure today. That's a great plus of blogging, friend-readers let you know what you're supposed to be doing. This color is called
"Lighten Up, You're Sixpence."
I almost got another color that was very similar, called
I'm Hungary for my Honey."
I'm telling you naming nail polish is a job we can do. What's holding us back?
And what's holding us back from celebrating a Friday on the Deck this coming Friday at 4pm? The Hunts are home from Germany, so get over here. Yay.

8 comments:

Julie said...

That's a bold color! I might be tempted to name it: "Adam fell for my Candy Apple" And I'm so excited that Marion is back! Will be there on Friday with bells on. Maybe I'll go crazy and paint my nails. I'm partial to purples. How about this color: "Plum Tired of Sittin' at Home"
Ah ha ha ha!

Anonymous said...

nice toes!

Mary

LH said...

hey julie, i wonder if i should call marion and tell her to be here??? I do everything thru email and/or blog now. Phone? I can't imagine picking it up.

Ms, M, greetings to you. Great pix of your run in sf on the bob and mary page. I was jealous. I did the toes too, but the picture was not as aesthetically pleasing. Don't you love my photography??? I surely do... p.s. can you make it out on friday??

Cari said...

Love the setup of your photo...with the book and flower. Nice touch.

LH said...

Thanks, C. I just finished The Kite Runner. So good!

Julie said...

I just bought the Kite Runner. Glad to hear it is good. It's about 2 books down in the pile, though, so it will be awhile until I get to it.

marion said...

Lee, I'm so sorry I've been out of touch blog-wise. I love reading your blogs, and I need to make it part of my daily routine now that I'm back! I'm really, really looking forward to seeing you all this afternoon! It looks like I'll be bringing my cousin Mary Jo with me, but my aunt has gone back to Illinois. Mary Jo is on the job market- I'll tell her about the open field of nail-color naming. She's a linguist, so this might be the perfect job for her.

LH said...

M, I totally agree that you need to read this blog daily! Can't wait to see you and all your kinfolk this afternoon. We're so glad you're all home...