Sunday, October 15, 2006


Courtesy of Odd Mix, the words are Hello and Goodbye.

We have a new borders in our local mall that opened this week. Gawilli and I love Borders. A visit to Borders used to mean a drive two or three suburbs over but, now it's in our own backyard! We went today and walked away with three Solomon Burke CD's. I've been twisting and shouting like a soul man since we've been home!

Goodbye: The Bluechip Casino is definitely a place where some of us would say, "Goodbye to all our hard earned cash." Of course for gawilli and I Borders would be both Hello and Goodbye. You see, we don't gamble, but we got a CD jones that would leave the baby shoeless.


Blogger gawilli said...

Yep. That would be us, honey. I'm glad you got some new tunes that I can listen to while I read my new book! Border's - gotta love 'em.

10:48 PM  
Blogger graymama said...

Any book store or fabric store could have been a WWC picture for me this week. Loved your interpretation! Hooray for your new Borders!

9:25 AM  
Blogger daddy d said...

A new book store, nice. Is it right to buy more books when there are several yet to be read? Well, maybe, because it is fun to know stuff. Books are like tools; one never has too many of the right kind. Plus, looking doesn't cost money. Planning for later doesn't cost money.

4:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very creative. I love Borders, too... and B&N, and Book-a-Million, and B. Dalton, and...

Mine are up now, too.

8:57 PM  
Blogger Jay said...

Excellent pictures. Way to say the words. You're right a bookstore is a great place to be seperated from your money. But, at least there you get something back for it. At a casino you get nothing back.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you don't mind me stopping by... just checking out some of the other people that play WWC!

Very creative way to say the words this week! Great pictures!

11:40 AM  
Blogger Molly said...

When we first moved to this town from Fort Wayne 40 years ago, I missed the sidewalks, the street lights, and the bookstores of the larger city. Now, 40 years later, we are still missing sidewalks and street lights throughout most of the town, but at least, we have bookstores...yay!

7:46 PM  
Blogger Freakazojd said...

Solomon Burke, YEAH! :) I love how you interpreted the words. I just cannot justify gambling. Every time I lose, all I can think of is what a waste of hard-earned money it was, haha! My dearest friend is sad about this as she LOVE-LOVE-LOVES gambling.

3:32 AM  

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