Eat With The Dead

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Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

OK, so, to summarize, you were having a spinach turnover and a root beer in a cemetery, beside a gravestone with no dates on it. Oh, and you were talking on the phone to record the audio blog. Is this the sort of thing you're likely to do on a Friday afternoon?

30/6/06 20:56  
Blogger Tara said...

Ahh Harold. R.I.P. That was his name, right?

30/6/06 22:29  
Blogger lostdog said...

I'll vouch for the idyllicism of cemeteries on a sunny day.

Just spent a sun-drenched afternoon in one with a few close friends - best day of my summer so far.

1/7/06 16:30  
Blogger El Fid said...

Alas, poor Harold, I knew him well.

3/7/06 13:25  
Anonymous uncle jim said...

and my bet is harold has pre-arranged his final departure, including the advance purchase of the head-stone and isn't at home there yet!

6/7/06 08:41  
Blogger k_sra said...

Actually he and wife Marie Rose are cozily snuggled in together. Since 1981.

6/7/06 09:25  
Anonymous uncle jim said...

you are so certain ... how do you know this? did i misunderstand your message? or are you just making this up to be 'right'?
are you going there again tomorrow ... a new friday? you might meet up with some new friends while you're not expecting it.

6/7/06 15:34  
Blogger k_sra said...

Yes, Uncle jim, I am certain because at the base of the large stone which reads "Howard Whoever" are two small, flat stones with his name and hers with born and died dates.

7/7/06 09:45  
Anonymous uncle jim said...

details, details!
bright young women just seem to have this need to be correct ... even to the point of trimming the grass around the headstone to find the small flat markers that everyone else has forgotten about.
I concede ... now what time and at which tomb is lunch being served tomorrow? I'll bring the sangria - I have this really cool recipe...

10/7/06 21:52  

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