Sunday, September 30, 2007

Sunday Morning Coming Down


Left all the windows open last night, and it is cool in the house this morning....even though warm today, the Air Conditioner is all but shut down for the year.....but if it gets humid, I'll crank it back on...great thing about central air, even in a house built in 1923 with full basement and cools off pretty quick.

Mowed mom's yard yesterday..double header football to officiate in town this Bengals today, they get to play Monday night at home, against the best team in football(or so it appears) the New England Pats.

Will take the Dodge in tomorrow, oil change, tire rotation, and a check in the rear brakes....making a dragging noise, probably a loose caliber....but I don't like the medal on medal sound.

I try to make it a point to not get too political on this site...but there are some good ones(blogs) out there that tend to fire up the radical left....which is good, anything to get the We Hate America crowd's blood pressure rising is a good thing.

Here are two.....if you are the PC type, you may want to avoid:

Pretty nice sunrise coming "down" this morning...just shot this from the bay window overlooking my jeep, the basketball hoop and looking towards town.
Johnny Cash singing the title of this post:
Enjoy the remaining weekend......Buckeyes win, Gators lose, so it's already been pretty nice.



GUYK said...

Hey no problem Pat. I post a Sunday Morning Coming Down every week but I ain't got a patent on it, LOL!

pat houseworth said...

Guess since I took the photo 5 minutes before sunrise, think maybe I should call mine "Sunday Morning Coming Up?"

But the would ruin the whole Johhny Cash to officiate a Rec League football double headers...


Mushy said...

At first I thought that was Canaveral in the background!

Have a great day.

Buck Pennington said...

GREAT football yesterday, eh? 'Cept for the fact "my" teams lost...ND (expected) and Air Force. AF losing to Navy hurts worse, tho. Now my Navy son has bragging rights for the remainder of the football season. And he'll use 'em, too. Oh, well: next year.

pat houseworth said...

Mushy...not the Cape, just a typical midwest Grain Elevator sitting in the middle of a small(population 11,000) town.....

BRUNO said...

Yes, metal-to-metal sounds are not good, and brakes really DO come in handy, on occasion!

But worse still is when that grinding stops, and the pedal sinks to the floor, like steppin' on a rotten plum!

Indeed, sometimes even the simplest things, like a grain elevator, can leave a lasting impression!

It's all in the eye of the beholder...!

~Fathairybastard~ said...

Purdy shot.

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