So the blog has been a little quiet lately, for two reasons.
Number one, I’ve been a little desperate for stories. I keep trying to talk people into writing guest blogs for me, but apparently my arm-twisting needs some work. Or else I need to start coughing up some cash or drinks or something.
Number two, Saturday was my birthday! And we’ve been a little busy preparing for the big event, which included the public unveiling of our new yard and fancy deck.
The Sandbar, in fact, was quite slow on Saturday. Since most of our social circle tends to revolve around people from the bar, both staff and customers, a lot of the regular evening crowd was at our house instead of buying drinks at the bar. Blair, Tegan, and Andrew took one for the team and volunteered to work. They missed most of the party fun.Ã‚Â
One of my favorite moments of the night? When a police officer friend stopped by, in uniform, on his way to work. Tierney saw him walk up and yelled out “hey, we aren’t at capacity!,” apparently not understanding that he was there as a friend. And also not understanding that he is a police officer, and not the fire marshal, and therefore he didn’t care about the occupancy of our yard or the multiple strands of lights and extension cords that decorated the area.Ã‚Â
Ok, not to be a cheese ball but I had more fun than I have had in a long time, Wii Rock Star is quite addictive, & the new deck rocks.
That was painful watching the sun come up after a night of drinking at your party. Good times! But then we spent all day Sunday on the lake rippin’ it up lake style. The best part was when Sister Lunchline chummed for fish! Wow!
This blog was translated to spanish and then back to english by the online translator…funny stuff!!!!
Then the blog has been a little calm lately,in fact, the Sand bar was completely slow on Saturday. Since most of our social circle tends to turn about the people of the bar, both personnel and clients, great crowd of the regular evening was in our house instead of buying drinks in the bar. Blair, Tegan, and Andrew took one for the team and offered to work. They lost most of the diversion of party.
One of my favorite moments of the night? When a friend of police officer stopped briefly, in the uniform, in his way of working. The Tierney saw it approaching and shouted ‘ it hears, we are not
evidently not the understanding that he was there as a friend. And also not understanding that he is a police officer, and not the fire marshall, and therefore he did not worry for the occupation of our yard or multiple threads of lights and extension ropes that decorated the area.
Hey Saltshaker, why don’t you put your name on your submissions? Trying to avoid your probation officer?
I never had to enter my name before..it just showed up?
that translation was funny. you missed a fun party!