Lazy River Sunday (Formerly Titled “Frisky Jim at the Water Park”)

Family, Kelp Knitting | Posted by Jannie on 29 July 2009 @ 7:16 AM 49 Comments

[With edits below.]

After a few relaxing times around the lazy river, Jim turned suddenly frisky and I captured his water slide antics in this 25-second video…

(No, it was not really Jim on that slide, it’s a clip off Youtube.  [I was joking but I see how I totally gave the impression it was Jim, sorry.  Jimmy would be sick for a week if he spun around on that thing even once, let alone 4 or 5 times. ]  

That guy couldn’t be My Jim anyway ’cause My Jim is ‘way friskier and would’ve turned cartwheels, back flips and ended with a double lutz inside that thing. )  [Except he'd probalby puke, poor sweet Jimmy.]

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  • 1

    On 29 July 2009 at 7:48 am

    Glenn Buttkus said, 

    I doubt that I will be the FIRST respondant, but here goes. Gosh, on the national news last night they did
    a story on Austin, saying that it, like much of TX, is suffering from a two year drought, and that the heat
    wave is putting people in the hospital left and right. Do you folks have A/C in your Funster palace? God, I
    hope so. It is going to be over 100 degrees clear up here in WA state today, and that ain’t right! We put
    in A/C like five years ago when we replaced our ancient
    furnace. We sit around in the cool, just smiling and smiling these days. Not so here at the office. No A/C, just sweat, crankiness, and more sweat.


  • 2

    On 29 July 2009 at 7:59 am

    suzen said, 

    Love the photos! I cooled off today just looking at them – thanks!

  • 3

    On 29 July 2009 at 8:29 am

    kingofnewyorkhacks said, 

    The River of dreams is endless….isn’t it great !!!

  • 4

    On 29 July 2009 at 10:52 am

    Lynn said, 

    That looks like fun family time!

  • 5

    On 29 July 2009 at 11:04 am

    John Hoff - WpBlogHost said, 

    Looks like you guys had a good time. And where in the heck were you where you were so high up to take that video? LOL

    For the YouTube embed, you should only need to go to YouTube, click the “Embed” on the side of the video, copy that code, and then paste it right into your post.

    Make sure you’re in the html tab when editing your post and pasting in the info.

    Other than that I wouldn’t be sure unless you provided more info or I took a look.

  • 6

    On 29 July 2009 at 11:49 am

    J.D. Meier said, 

    That looks just too awesome. I forgot how much I like to play in the water (I grew up on a lake.)

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    On 29 July 2009 at 11:57 am

    Caity said, 

    Hahahaha that is fantastic. Josh and I were both laughing at that guy. How did you know to film at that time? You must have been excited to catch that on film.

    Looks like it was a great time at the water park! Nice photos! The lazy river is always my favorite.

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    On 29 July 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Vered - Blogger for Hire said, 

    I’m impressed!

  • 9

    On 29 July 2009 at 12:07 pm

    Talon said, 

    Now that’s a river I could really enjoy! Looks like the Funsters had fun!

  • 10

    On 29 July 2009 at 2:29 pm

    Liara Covert said, 

    Summer inspires friskiness and other activities that shift energy vibration. You are having a more conscious memories of what matters as you energy is expanding.

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    On 29 July 2009 at 2:41 pm

    Aimee said, 

    Hey I’ve been there! I never ran around inside of any waterslides, but next time I’m at West Ed (which frankly I hope is a time that never comes) maybe I’ll give it a shot. I’ll record it Jannie, just for you, leaving out the pukey bits of course.

  • 12

    On 29 July 2009 at 3:06 pm

    Lena said, 

    Fabulous pictures, Jannie! That video slide must be like sliding down a giant plughole!

  • 13

    On 29 July 2009 at 3:40 pm

    Mama Zen said, 

    I’d puke!

  • 14

    On 29 July 2009 at 4:23 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Ahhh, 3:45 Texas Time and here I am sipping my High-biscuit’s tea. Not bad. Trying to be “good” and avoid an afternoon coffee. Because an afternoon coffee is a gateway drug to dark chocolate.

    Here are my calories so far today..

    1 latte — 120
    part of a bacon / egg taco — 150
    1 bite of a yucky muffin — 10
    lemonade — 50
    spaghetti — 200
    Lindt’s milk wafer chocolate — 220
    2 vitamin C pills — 20

    (not bad so far!) I want to be svelter than I am now, so when I’m on Letterman I’ll be able to wear a long stretchy skirt and high motorcycle boots with wedge heels, to look smashing as I cross and uncross my legs nonchalantly in that interview cahir.

    But in semi-reality….

    I know, GLenn! You are numero Uno today! Is that working for ya, that primo spot? :) Glenn, I only watch the National news (Fox News, of course,) so don’t know what’s going on in Austin, but I haved sensed a bit of warmth outside, especially in the daytime, for a good 6 weeks now. We’re pretty spoiled wth A/C here, I’d say 100 % of public and 98% of private edifices have it. We do have AC at the sprawling Funster Villa, yes and our peak summer bills are less than $200. Thought you might be impressed with that low cost for a moderate (2400 square foot) mansion. I guess now that the trees have grown a lot, the shade helps. Did you know most homicides happen between 93 to 96 degrees? Yep! So try to stay cool and keep your handguns packed away. Or do you have rifles?

    Suzen, it was lovely and cool indeed. And it wasn’t actually a water park, exactly per se, but part of a local hotel we availed ourselves of for an afternoon. Nice and relaxing for sure. Kelly really wanted to stay longer as they have a sandy man-made beach there. We’ll go back!

    Yo King: Gerat to see you! What a lovely comment, such passion and truth in just a few words. It is all one long lovely day at the park if we keep open to it and roll with the punches that inevitably come our way.

    Lynn: I put teh week of that adventure off because ei couldn’t find my bathing suit. Rlelay! With drywall going on in the bedroom remodel I have all the clothes stacked in those big plastic containers. But, I bought a great new Speedo bikini for $5.99 at Savers. You know last week, I bought 5 (or maybe 6,) summer shirts and 3 pairs of shorts for Kelly, alll for less than $40.00. Do you guys have Savers there? Freaking unlelievable. There is a God! ;) But of course, my little buttercup.

    John: I LOVE YOU!!! Thanks, I got that Youtube thing in great. I was ending up with raw HTML code before, so it must’ve been that, or it only shows once I hit Publish, and not in Preview. THANKS!!! You are so sweet and helpful. I feel like I should send you a prize. Hey, E-Mail me your address and I will, send you something. Something Absolutely Fabulous, of course! A Good Blogger Citizen award. 9Oh, and see my edit on this post. Sorry bout the inadvertant deception. 9You know I can be like that tho. I’m actually Boris the former mig welder from Siberia, now living in a Mongolian hut with 14 cats and a laptop.)

    J.D. Are you working too much and not enjoying the water this summer? Hoepfully you’ve been getting out and enjoying your Harley? :) What lake did you grow up on?

    Caity; Sorry, see edit. Wasn’t really Jim. Have you heard about the West Edmonton Mall? I’ve seen a whole 2-hour documantary on it, as maybe you have. It’s the lsrgest mall in THE WORLD. People actually go there on vacatin. To the mall! I’ve never been there. Yes, the lazy river is my favorite too.

    Vered: Impressed with my fabulous photography? Or that guy in the slide? Could you do that, run around in that thing like that?

    Liara: There are those Good vibrations again! You listening to the Beach Boys this summer? Yes, my energy is expanding a lot. Who knew, at this ripe old age, I be starting to get enlightened? :)

    Aimee: You HAVE to tell me why you’d never go back there? Why? Please? I MUST know, I am so nosey. And you’ve deeply touched me that you would leave out the pukey bits for me. But seriously, I can handle puke, so bring it on if you need to! :)

    Lena: I feel so guilty, you’ve left me 2 whole comments now and I’ve not been over to your site. Please forgive me. You are on my list to visit! I did go on a similar-shaped waterslide here at our Texas’ Volente beach, but a much smaller one, yet it felt pretty freaking radical, as I recall. You shoot out so fast.

    Mama Z: Really? Are you the kind who cannot go on twirling rides and such? That surprises me, you seem able to take on ANYTHING. I had fun on the Tiltawhirl a few months agao with Kelly and her little friend. It was so much fun!

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    On 29 July 2009 at 7:16 pm

    Aimee said, 

    West Edmonton Mall is the world’s largest mall. It’s huge. It’s like some kind of crazy social experiment gone wrong. I’ve been dragged there a couple of times, as I only live 8 hours away. Malls and I don’t usually mix, but this one, ugh! Too many people, too much noise, too many distractions. Same reasons i’ll never travel to Las Vegas. West Ed even has a gun range in the mall. What kind of misguided judgement is that? It’s very “Albertan” ha ha! :)

  • 16

    On 29 July 2009 at 7:39 pm

    Kathy | Virtual Impax said, 

    What a great way to spend a summer Sunday – especially if it’s extra hot!

    BTW – thanks for clearing up the whole “coffee as a gateway drug” thing for me.

    “afternoon coffee is a gateway drug to dark chocolate.”

    For me, it’s obviously a gateway drug to ALL things chocolate – and while they’re not as “evil” as most – you’re right – the cocoa roast almonds seem to leap into my mouth with alarming frequency when I’m having my afternoon coffee. (Not so much in the AM.) While they are low carb- they are not calorie free!!! (Unfortunately, I’m not playing that delusional “lose weight with low carbs” game this week.)

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    On 29 July 2009 at 8:28 pm

    tammy said, 

    Hey Jannie.
    This looks like a cool way to spend the day. Of course, I would drown because I cannot swim. So, me and water don’t mix. I could probably drown in the bath tub. Who knows?


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    On 29 July 2009 at 8:33 pm

    Lance said, 

    Hey! No riding double tubes!! That girl of yours…she’s a real troublemaker. Looks like Jim’s a relaxin’ kind of guy…I bet she gets that from you!

    Jim – you ARE the man! The double lutz and all your wonderful wife is sharing about you. Man, you rock (just don’t forget the bucket when you give this a whirl!).

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    On 29 July 2009 at 8:41 pm

    Heather Kephart (Happymaking) said, 

    Waterparks! Aiiiii! Walking around in the glaring sunlight with unprotected thighs? My nightmare! Glad you and Frisky Jim had fun though lol

  • 20

    On 29 July 2009 at 10:10 pm

    Jeanne said, 


    Great pictures! Glad you clarified that the video did not show your Jim. Thank you… I would have been confused if you hadn’t pointed that out! Please ask your Jim to add a triple lutz to his repertoire and then videotape it and post it here. I look forward to seeing it soon. If he can do a double, I’m sure a triple isn’t that big a deal.

    Oh no! Is it *still* FREAKING HOT there??


    P.S. Let me know when you book with Letterman because I don’t want to miss it!!

  • 21

    On 30 July 2009 at 2:49 am

    cinderkeys said, 

    Aw, man. I never had the slightest urge to visit a water park until I saw those pics.

  • 22

    On 30 July 2009 at 3:24 am

    Davina said, 

    I wanna do that. Looks so cool and relaxing. I never learned to swim so don’t hang out at too many pools, but THIS I could do. So you are coming to Vancouver? That would be awesome.

  • 23

    On 30 July 2009 at 7:26 am

    Paige said, 

    That clenchs it… you are one lucky woman!

  • 24

    On 30 July 2009 at 7:55 am

    Glenn Buttkus said, 

    blue bunny: me likes da intertubbs that Kelly and Daddy Jim ride, for they are blue like mee.
    kelly: we go to the water slide and park and just float
    the day and heat away.
    blue bunny: hard for bunnies to swim cuz our fur getz two wet, den we sinkk like rok with big eyes.
    kelly: you could ride with me on the innertube!
    blue bunny: cannotdo, cuz two sceeered, and tho I luvs kelly, she is littl gerl, and mite drops the blue one
    in da drink.
    kelly: maybe daddy would carry you. How’d that be?
    blue bunny: thinks mite be best offf to stay wid Mamma Jannie on da side wid cammrah.
    kelly: silly rabbit, Mama was on an innertube too.
    blue bunny: no scat?

  • 25

    On 30 July 2009 at 7:59 am

    Lynn said, 

    I do not believe I have heard of Savers. But just googled and see they are affiliated with Value Village – there’s one of those right up the street.

    Love the bargains! One of my friends needed an “after five” dress for an event and found a black beaded dress for $10 at Value Village, got it home and said it couldn’t be dry cleaned. But she wore it anyway. That’s what I would have done, too. :)

  • 26

    On 30 July 2009 at 8:19 am

    sheila said, 

    Oh gosh you had me goin there, lol. I thought, Damn! Jim is awesome! lol

  • 27

    On 30 July 2009 at 9:58 am

    Tess The Bold Life said, 

    I love lazy rivers! It looks like so much fun and the only thing missing from the video is you chasing him! Now that would be something to see.

    Good to see you all out enjoying summer!

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    On 30 July 2009 at 10:17 am

    Jannie said, 

    It’s raining! It’s raining. Yay!!! And the internet bill is paid. And Kelly’s in robot camp until 6:00! And I trimmed my own hair yesterday and it looks good! And I’ve got a nice organic coffee! And more spaghetti! And tuna, if I wish! And a peach! And my futon to nap on later!

    Aimee: I’m not much of a mall person either. In fact, I quite find them as scary as nightclubs, only in broad (fake) daylight. I’ve been to Vegas once, tho. And I totally recommend it! Even if you’re not crowd crazy you can still have lots of quiet time if you wish, at the pool or whatever. Vegas is just so cool to see. Jim and I each took away about $50.00 each from the slot machines! Gee, has it really been 10 years since we were there?

    Kathy: Last year I lasted on the South Beach diet for 10 of the initial 14 day jump-start. (Kelly called it the South Seas diet.) When I finally broke and had a glass of red wine and 14 cheesy poofs on day 11, I thought I’d never ever tasted wine or cheesy poofs before — they were the absolute best things I’ve ever, ever ever tasted in my ENTIRE LIFE!! Corn was the best food ever on this planet. Grapes had been invented just for me! Read a few weeks ago that people with “a few extra pounds” live longer, so maybe these extra 10 lbs I sometimes dream I’d like to shed are actually coming in handy and will ensure I’m still flinging my bra when I’m 105.

    Tammy: Pleeeease don’t go drowning on me. But I suppose you’ve made it this far intact so there’s a good chance you’ll hang on another few years. That lazy river is actually only up to about my chest (and I’m 5′3″.) It was up to Kelly’s chin for the most part. So you’d be fine on that! Come to Austin and we’ll hang out there, at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort. The coolest pool around. You up for that? :) :)

    Lance: I know – double tubes, that little gal just makes up her own rules wherever she goes, no shrinking violet that Kelly. Poor Jim, he has this inner ear thing, always has had, that prevents him from any twirling. Even if we’re dancing he can’t spin around even once. And he’s a fine fine dancer, tho, let me tall ya. His favorite music is mid 80s “disco” like Chaka- Khan stuff. He does the Jimmy Shuffle and it’s a treat to behold. Like that song “I Feel For you.” This one… Gotta love that song! You know it, right? And hey, did you have that BIG 80s hair back when? And did you (or do you,) break dance?

    Heather: Actually, when I walked around I had the lovely hotel towel wrapped around my waist, and my 4″ wedge heels showing my calves off to the best advantage. Otherwise I was in the water and unseen. :) It was a lovely day, tho. Jim’s not a guy to take much time off from work so I dragged him out. And Kelly’s old enough now it’s not total work for me to go to a place like taht.

    Jeanne: Jim ’s about up to a 2.75 lutz now. Almost nailing it! Just kidding. Poor Jim, even a single lutz would do him in. Actually I think Letterman and Leno have been fighting over me. :) Who do you think I should go with?

    Cinder: It really was relaxing. You can go around on that lazy river in perpetuity. I loved it! Can you swim?

    Yep, Davina, I’ll be on the next flight to Van! I’m staying with you, right? Not for long, tho. Maybe just a couple months. And you don’t mind giving me your master suite, eh? Do you have a maid? Or will you be my maid? And my chef? Cool, thanks!

    Paige: Lucky because Jim is so handsome and fuzzy like a teddydear, right? Yep! And one hell of a Chaka Khan dancer. And a great treehouse builder, crown moulding artiste and car salesman extraordinaire. My Jim-Jim, I’ve really got do show you some video of him, he’s a total hoot.

    Glenn: blue bunnie (me,) always wares his scooba geer and mamma weeshing she had a underwatter kaamra. maebee somedaes she wills. and hav a new bra and much beers too. and donuts for a lifetime.

    Lynn: I bought 3 pairs of funky-cool jeans there for $5.99 each. And if you bring an item to donate, you get %20.00 off your total order that day, ‘cept I forgot to the other day. There went 2 coffees or 1 taco down the drain! Oh well. I would’ve just worn the dress too. And I like Savers ’cause it doesn’t have that homeless smell that the Salvation Army has. You know the Salvation Army smell, right? Anyway, I sure love the smell of wild seaside roses, do you? :)

    Sheila: I wish you could’ve been there with us at resort! Whoever that guy was running around, he’s got some talent, that’s for sure. And some strong legs. And balance. And Jim is awesome, just in other ways. Have you ever been on one of those lazy rivers?

    Tess of Great Boldness: Glad I F-5′ed before posting this so you can join this party comment too. Hmmmn, now THAT would be a cool idea, me chasing Jim round that thing. He did chase me round and round the dining table once but ended up smashing his toe open on a chair leg. Poor Jim.

    funstering management bids you well and will return after much blog surfing.

  • 29

    On 30 July 2009 at 11:04 am

    Katie West/The Levity Coach said, 

    How much do I love your site! You make me laugh, Levity Queen! Can I put that clip on The Levity Project…it is brilliant and the guy running is my new best friend!

    I love water parks so very much.

    Peace and Laughter and Splooshing,

  • 30

    On 30 July 2009 at 12:37 pm

    Zeenat{Positive Provocations for mind body and soul} said, 

    Jannie…so so so awesome! the pics are so refreshing. I wanna go swimming toooo…:)

  • 31

    On 30 July 2009 at 12:59 pm

    John Hoff - WpBlogHost said, 

    Well hello Boris the former mig welder from Siberia, now living in a Mongolian hut with 14 cats and a laptop. Nice to meet you. I knew something was up! That’s probably not even your family. You just went to a water park and video taped and took snapshots of a bunch of people and called them your family.

    Hey, you even admitted you didn’t know the person going down the slide! LOL

    No problem about the YouTube thingy. I’ll shoot you over an email (not sure if you were serious about that or not LOL).

  • 32

    On 30 July 2009 at 1:32 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Hey Katie Levity: Well, I didn’t think this was even one of my funnier posts but if it made you smile, I’m very very happy! Here’s a link to a post I did think was funny… (but what do I really know?)

    Hey, and be my guest on using that clip, it’s not mine anyway. Oh, and please call me the Levity Duchess or Baroness, as you are and ever shall remain the Queen.

    John; Yes, I’ve been arrested (but only spent 2 nites in jail, so not too bad,) for following that tubing guy and his little girl around Austin on the rare occasions I leave Mongolia. (I have a lot of jpegs stored up of them to use in future posts.) I get them mostly with a telephoto lens, but shhhh, our little secret, um-kay? And of course, I’m dead serious about sending you a little prize!!! I can’t guarantee it’ll match the color of your shirt the day you open the package, but I’ll try to send something semi-good, or at least quasi non-repulsive. :) But it may be a while as you know our Mongolian Postal Sevice, not quite state-of-the-art.

    Zeenat: Howdy-do, funny meeting you here again. It really was a great day on the lazy river, as you can imagine! Giving the Texas heat a run for its money. Where do you like to go swimming?

  • 33

    On 30 July 2009 at 1:34 pm

    Liara Covert said, 

    Dear Jannie, I reminisce an experience where I attended a Beach Boys concert in the pouring rain at Shediac beach in New Brunswick, Canada. Still felt the good vibrations, albeit their were more than a bit water logged! You always have choices about how to feel and what to focus on wherever you are. Love extends from U.

  • 34

    On 30 July 2009 at 2:14 pm

    Sara said, 


    Love the pictures, especially the one with your daughter peeking out of the two HUGE inner tubes. This was a very refreshing post. Thanks:~)

  • 35

    On 30 July 2009 at 3:11 pm

    Lynn said, 

    I think the Salvation Army always smells great! I do some printing for them. :) Seaside roses – definitely a good thing.

  • 36

    On 30 July 2009 at 4:02 pm

    Mark said, 

    A great way to spend a cool day!

  • 37

    On 30 July 2009 at 4:23 pm

    Anna said, 

    Wow I never saw such a contraption as the one in that video! I don’t think you could pay me to do that :)

  • 38

    On 30 July 2009 at 5:50 pm

    Jodi at Joy Discovered said, 

    What a fun way to enjoy the summer! Your pictures are great! I want to float down that lazy river, it looks so cool and relaxing!!

  • 39

    On 30 July 2009 at 7:26 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Hi Liara: I hear those concerts at Shediac Beach are amazing. My sister and brothers are going to see AC / DC there next week. Yes, love extends from U 2. And You too! :)

    Sara: I hope the photos alleviated some of that Florida heat? :)

    Lynn: I will have to have a sniff at a Salvation Army when next I’m in the neighborhood. I reme ber teh day my 16-week ultrasound showed I was pregnant with a girl I Went and bought a dress at S.A. for Kelly. She didn’t fit into it until she was almost 2. It’s cute tho, still have it of course.

    Hey Mark: Im ready to go back there soon!

    Anna: Hey, thanks for coming over. I tried one of those, a smaller one and it still scared the stuffin’ out of me!

    Hey Jodi, congrats on Blogging Without A Blog’s New Blog Of The Week, that’s cool! And I like your site.

  • 40

    On 30 July 2009 at 8:23 pm

    Momisodes said, 

    LOL! What a hoot!

    That looks like so much fun. What a great way to spend a summer day.

  • 41

    On 30 July 2009 at 8:54 pm

    Natural said, 

    that looks so cool, but i’m not a fan of water parks. i’d probably suck all the fun out of that one.

  • 42

    On 31 July 2009 at 8:11 am

    Glenn Buttkus said, 

    blue bunny: my jannie is two weird, eatin spagettee two munch, and luvs donuts all day, when not sippin beers,
    yet wen she flinggs dat brasear so hi, sum peeples tink
    der is UFO in Austin.
    kelly: did you like the cool rain?
    blue bunny: not too munch, cuz my fur iz heevy, and wen wet can’t jump hi, like over kelly’s hed.
    kelly: but the rain feels so nice. it has been way too hot here in Texas a long time.
    blue bunny: no that two, cuz my carrot gardenn got so
    dri dat my carrots shrivvell ups, and tast badd.
    kelly: mom says I’m no shrinking violet. So what kind of violet am I?
    blue bunny: pretty one, fun one, my kelly girl.

  • 43

    On 31 July 2009 at 9:55 am

    Tammy said, 

    It keeps amazing me at the following you have developed girl. You are a people person. This site is becoming a Jannie cult. What do you think about that? One day I am going to pop over here and find a photo of you enthroned wearing one of those huge (hats?) like Pope Benedict, and holding a scepter in your hand.

    I am over here laughing because that image reminds me of a Bugs Bunny cartoon i used to have. (Note to self: what happened to that tape?) Maybe you should set up a Jannie hot-line, start calling yourself Madam Jannie, and start selling fortunes. Now there’s an entrepreneurial idea for ya.

    And I am not so sure about us doing water parks. I was scarred for life once when i almost drowned while my mom sat gossiping with her friend on the other side of the pool. I thought the gurgling sounds and continuously gasping for air should have been a clue. Of course, it was only 3 ft. of water so I assume she thought i would soon figure out to just stand up. I guess i did i am still around.


  • 44

    On 31 July 2009 at 9:58 am

    Tammy said, 

    Jannie R U on line?
    U R always on line!!!!
    U addict!!

  • 45

    On 31 July 2009 at 4:35 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Wow, is it really after 4:00 already and I haven’t danced around the room and done my buttock lifts yet for the day? Shameful!

    Oh, Dear QL, a.k.a Queen Levity… thank you, I am humbled that you shouldst not only find a moment of respite from the world here at Funsterland but that you shouldst be so kind to mention it here in this commenting area. Thank you!

    Positive Zeenat: Wait, I already answered those, hee hee.


    Dearest Liara: wait answered that one too.

    Let’s try this one more time… Here we go…

    Momisodes; I loved that watering day so much, as you probably can deduce from teh photos and such. Thanks for your usual lovely visit.

    Natural: I went to Schlitterbahn once (only about 70 miles from here and reportedly the BEST WATERPARK IN THE WORLD, The travel Channel and others bill it so,) and it was pretty nuts, even on the lazy river. So that’s why I likes me that Hyatt resort. I bet you woudl actually liek it there! Will you come to Austin and we’ll hang there together?

    Glenn: my furs went al funnie with wine that gots poored on it frm my jannie and beers too, so i liked the rane to wash it all off, and not to get eatin in stoos. and the mule stealed my karrits.

    Tammy: Well, I did lure you all over here, but I do see my stats have a lot of new visitors, lurkers if you will, so there are peeps who read me who are actualy not rabid commenters. I LOVE the pope hat and scepter idea, yes indeed. Selling fortunes – I LOVE that idea! I may very well use that for a post, Thanks. Sorry ’bout the almost drowning trauma, I had that happen once too, not fun. Glad you’re still with us!! Actully I was not online for a while today – I was sleeping. :)

  • 46

    On 1 August 2009 at 7:20 am

    Carol | Stress Eating said, 

    Coffee as a gateway drug to dark chocolate? Apparently, I don’t need a drug! Another great set of pics, and LOVE the video!

  • 47

    On 1 August 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Lance said, 

    Ah yes, the 80’s … I did have some big hair there for a while (what was I thinking anyway?). Breakdance? If you consider breakdance to be “I break something when I dance”…then yes…

  • 48

    On 8 August 2009 at 10:20 pm

    MiaHysteria said, 

    Love the photos. That looks like a great time!

  • 49

    On 9 August 2009 at 7:53 pm

    Jannie said, 

    Carol: I’m not sure if studies have been done on that but coffee in the p.m feels like bar of chocolate or big piece of pie is the obvious accompianiment.

    Lance: You make me chuckle! I wonder just how big your hair was? As big as the 1992 hair I’ll be posting to this blog tomorrow? But how can you know, as it’s not tomorrow yet?

    Mia: You are so nice to get around and catch up, you sweetie.

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