A brave sucker. Ha ha ha ha ha! I may hate people, but I have always loved Felipe, the indian from the Village People.
I went to lunch with La Reina de las Abejas today at Howard’s Famous Bacon & Avocado Burgers. In all the time that I lived her prior to my return, I never went there. For $5.35 I thought it was a good deal. The fries were delicious as were the breaded onion rings, which are harder to come by nowadays. On the wall they had some decopage(?) of old movie posters. One that stood out to me was Red, Hot & Blue with William Demarest, – better known to me as Uncle Charley from My Three Sons – because that is also the title of one of my favorite albums, Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute to Cole Porter. I will have to add that to my list of movies that I want to see. While we were lunching, La Reina told me this awesome story about a mutual friend – high school friend to me – that had been communicating with another high school friend that thought I was dead. Freaky-deaky! I was dead and I didn’t even know it!
I have finally finished updating The Kingdom and I even got the slide shows done from Phil Free’s two birthday breakfast: Gilbert’s El Indio and El Tepeyac Cafe. I have decided to file slide shows from this point forward in A Thousand Words, as a slide show is a show of pictures.