I had a dream last night where Grandpa Mac was driving this giant school bus, the size of an 18-wheeler, around Harrison City. Ryan Quinn and I were riding in the front two seats, and my grandpa was driving from the back seat somehow. We were driving up Regola, and Ryan and I saw this little kid playing in the street in front of Chris Matechan’s house. We thought it was funny that my grandpa was driving right for the kid, until we realized that he couldn’t see her, so we shouted for him to stop. He didn’t stop nearly early enough, and he had to drive up to the Stakors’ to turn the truck-bus around. We drove back down the hill, and when we jumped out of the bus, we found that it wasn’t a little child but a middle-aged woman whom we had run over. Her leg was all twisted and disfigured, but when we tried to call 911 she hobbled away and said she didn’t need our help. She went into the Matechan’s house, which I guess was her house, and we saw that she was having a whole midget-party, with all her midget relatives. I spent the rest of the dream playing with her fat midget-kids, trying to convince her that I was friendly enough to watch her kids while she went to the hospital to get her leg reattached correctly.
I wish I had pictures to post here too, but I don’t because it was only a dream. Maybe if I get inspired I’ll draw some pictures and add them later.
Heyo Pennsylvanias: Amanda and I are coming to town! We’ll be in Harrison City from December 23rd to January 1st. The rough idea is that we’ll be spending most of our time with Jason’s family in the first half of the week, then more with Amanda’s family in the latter half. Hopefully we’ll find some time to chill with friends in the mix there. We’re thinking of having our annual New Years party at the Portsers again this year, to leave with a bang (literally, if Mogush shows up again this year). Just be aware that our flight leaves Pittsburgh at six in the morning, so we’ll be going straight from the party to the airport. Ugh.
I’ll probably be sending out formal invitations in a few, but leave a comment if you think you’ll be coming, not coming, or are just plain interested.
Tribune-Review: Method to their movement
The paper article actually had a big picture of her doing her exercises! Thanks to Amanda’s mom for finding the article.
We’d like to congratulate Amanda’s brother Zack and his wife Tiffany on the birth of their first child, Paige! She was born early in the morning on Saturday, July 8th at 6:20 AM CST. Paige weighs 7 pounds, 8 ounces, and is 19 and a half inches long. She has a full head of dark hair, and beautiful blue eyes. Zack says she’s very active and alert, and is fascinated by her surroundings. As you can see from this picture taken at the hospital, baby Paige looks a lot like Tiffany! Zack and Tiffany are very happy and proud, and will make very loving parents. If you would like to contact Zack, you can IM him at Invisible267, or e-mail either of us for his e-mail address.