Dancing the polka with Miss El Cajon
Howdi Chris, audio-posts for the whole next week, how exciting! I somehow find your voice sound rather soothing, even when you sing. And have fun visiting your family in Texas!!! I hope you took that speed-packing course too! Bye!
Sheeeit, Chris - I hope you have fun in Texas!
You did sound a little queer with your closing two words...!I hope the Texan adventures won't get THAT interesting for you.
that was a great.....looking forward to your lone star adventures. maybe you'll even get to see mr. president!!! maybe you can even shake his hand or clear out some trees on his property or something helpful like that. as crazy and extreme as texas can be, it holds a special place in my heart too----that little town of round rock. there's a (tiny) piece of me heart there.
Say hi to Lib for me. She is one cool lady. All the Texan Copes were real nice to me when we were down visiting (I think in 1996), but Lib and I had a special connection. I've been without grandparents since September 1998, and I really miss them, and sometimes I think of the concept of adoptive grandparents. And I think about Lib as a lady I'd like as my adoptive grandma. Tell her I'm graduating in May and that I hope they're still enjoying elder hostel trips. Breezy is great too but I couldn't understand what his Texan dialect back then, which was surely amusing to him. Whereas I was thoroughly amused by your Paw Paw's caring advice for us to "use protection." Have a lovely time with the Cope and Cox clans.
Shi-ii-it, you forgot your pants didn't yaso where did you learn to speak welsh??
I think your renditions of state songs should become a regular feature
i wholeheartedly agree!
yay for texas! i loved what you said, all true, esp. about the SUVs with all the decals on them. But by golly, this is my state, my home, my accent, and i'm proud of it! safe travels!
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