I just got off the phone with the boys at Blue heron Fishing. They won't be sailing out of Jupiter until the Thanksgiving weekend, but they do sail out of Riviera Beach which is just a few miles away. Now, that sounds best to me. I like to get out onto the open ocean or if you want, we can fish from the shore at the park in Jupiter. Now, we need to get an idea of who is going to be at this soiree so please either e-mail or post it and we'll start the ball rolling.
Ric, Becky & Family
G00 & Hubby & Family ( Bar B Que Only )
Bob, Maybe Family
MP & Amy
Gamma ( Bar B Que Only )
There have been a few others that have expressed interest, so let's hear from you and firm things up.
So, on to the QOD, Becky and I have started this liquid detox system. It's the joy of lemon juice, cayenne pepper, maple syrup and water to cleanse the system. You can drink as much as you like, but that's all you get. It's nasty stuff, but on day 3 I'm not hungry and I feel good. Well, that and other things have me thinking about the body. Medical science today has made it that we can adjust, enhance, or radically change the way we look. Now, I live happily in my skin but that doesn't mean if given unlimited funds and losing my fear for needles I wouldn't change a thing or two. There are a few things they can't change and I've come to live with it. I'm a stocky guy; I've got the body that says, "Harness a plow on me and send me to the field." Even back in the days when I was a gym rat I never could look like the Incredible Hulk, instead I was the Incredible Bulk. Hair, I've never had a thick head of it and it was the type that no matter how much mousse or hairspray and styling that was applied, give it a few hours and wham, back to straight down in front of my eyes. Call me Moe Howard. Hell, you can look at the pic above and see more scalp than hair. So it's either head on to the hair club for a lifeís savings worth of implants or become friends with Mr.' Razor. Oh, and fingers. I've got a big hand, but my fingers are short pudgy nubs. I have to jamb my wedding band as high as I can onto my finger as the base is wider than the knuckle. Yep, bye now you've guessed it, I'm not walking a runway anytime soon getting my picture splashed on GQ and that leads me to the QOD:
If you could change one part of your body, what would you?
Updated: 2:05 PM GMT on September 26, 2007
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