June 14, 2005
Tuesday: Red Sun at Morn
No, I didn't Strut. I practically needed a machete to cut the jungle that my "lawn" had become, so waiting for another day would have been disastrous. (It is nice to see the Tall Fescue I overseeded coming up through all the weeds. Someday I won't have to put quotes around "lawn.")
I also spent a veritable eon trying to install a new car seat for the boy. He still rides facing backward. If you thought you heard long strings of cursing being carried about town by the [oh, wait, it was still and muggy, no breeze], you did, and it was me.
In case it wasn't clear already, I hereby declare this blog a celebrity-trial-free zone.
Some interesting thoughts have been recently posted about inclusiveness and how it relates to local political parties.
Also, in case you haven't noticed, the Pulse Blog has some Riverbend posts mixed in.
Other recent items in the Tennessee blogosphere? Well, they mostly have to do with Sharon Cobb's presentations of her take on the Bredesen administration's TennCare strategies. Start with Michael Silence's roundup and you'll get there.
However, what caught my eye was Bill Hobbs' post on the meeting planned between Bredesen & Co. and High-rolling Lobbyists on ethics reform (via Adam Groves). Bill has more today. I don't know whether to laugh or to cry, so I'm likely to do both.
Thanks for checking in. Oh, and yes, the Sun appeared as bright candy red when I walked out of the house this morning.
Miscellaneous | By joe lance | 12:52 PM
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