Sunday, June 14, 2009

Oh Yeah. Now I Remember Why We Left



While we were in Southern California Lexie got to play with her cousin Haggie.
It is hilarious to watch them!


We remembered why we left! How do people do this every day?


Notice the June Gloom phenomenon.
If they had the Rose Parade in June,
So. California wouldn't have so many transplants and therefore not so much traffic.

This was a regular, normal traffic experience right here. No accidents. Not rush hour.

7 comments:

Just Breathe said...

The June gloom is really heavy this year. I feel sorry for the people who are looking for some fun in the sun. Florida is the place to go for that!

Lori R. said...

That traffic would do me in! No wonder people have road rage...

Frippery said...

Yikes! I was just reading an older post about your tacky adventures and was laughing my way through it. Your ART project at the end had me cracking up. We had a membership to the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati and sometimes the exhibits were so strange I would think it was some sort of joke. Seriously, your socks and pants would have made a more artful display. That is why I say we HAD a membership.

Keetha Broyles said...

Makes my ten minute commute through Marion look like a breeze!

Two Pretty Little Skirts said...

Thanks for stoppin by and the comment!
Love the pictures thanks for sharing ;)
Dawn

Beansieleigh said...

Oh my gosh!.. That kind of traffic, on a daily basis, would not be "the life for me"! I LOVE all the goodies you got in your previous post! LUCKY YOU!.. Well, this may pale in comparison, but I've got another award for you, if you're feeling up to accepting it. I know the conditions take some time, so please know that first and foremost, I mean to compliment your writing and the various other creative works that I love stopping by here to see! I loved the picture of Lexie and Haggie!!

Florida Sue said...

How cute is that photo Lynn? Lexie must be thinking "OMG." I just bought a car seat for Little Buddy like the one you have. It appears that he needs to be able to see out the window. Can we say a little doggy car sickness?