Myla Rose or Charlene Riva Federer – Did My Daddy Just Win?
OMG, I Can’t Believe I Won Wimbledon For the Seventh Time!
OMG, I Can’t Believe You Won Either
Heartbroken Royal Hotties
And so Sports Fans, The Red Man says goodbye to Wimbledon for one more year after a thrilling fortnight of tennis legends and their extraordinary exploits. It was the Year of the Thirty-Somethings as both singles champions were over the Magic 3-0 and supposedly past their prime. Prime just isn’t what it used to be, is it? If I could put Prime in a bottle…heh, heh.
No need to despair, though. The WAIT IS OVER! Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson will be back tomorrow night on The Closer for her final six episodes, and The Red Man will camp out in front of the tv all day tomorrow to get the best seat in the casa!
Paw Licker Annie thinks she’ll have the primo place on her cushions
She’ll have to eat at some point, though, and then the best seat is mine for the taking.
Get me outta here, Percy…early to bed, early to rise gets The Red Man the top Floor Prize.
this was a joy to read!!!!! thank u for sharing. love uplifting stories!
Thanks so much, terry1954! If I can give you a smile today, I’m glad…I know you have difficult days right now and I’m so sorry.
thank you for understanding, and for a great blog today!
I love that first photo. She’s so cute. I wish I liked tennis more. My first lesson at age 8 ended as soon as it started with me whacking the instructor full on in the face with an out of control backhand. Much to the annoyance of my tennis happy family, I refused to continue. They should have gotten me a pony!!!
Red just make sure you do your duty before grabbin’ that seat or all may be lost! Poppy sends her love.
Greetings Nanina and Miss Poppy – The Red Man and Slow send you their sincerest warm wishes on this Monday night and hope that the tick bite recovery is making good progress and wellness and healing become the norm in your casa. Slow had two doctor appointments today for various maladies related to old age so we are no stranger to chronic concerns on the health front. Sigh. Oh, well. The Red Man was quite taken with the tennis lesson story and totally understands the wish for a pony! LOL as we say in cyberspace. Hugs and kisses to Poppy!
Oh, Slow! Do take care of yourself, well, as best you can. I hope you are able to have some relief. I am recovering, but the arthritis flare in both wrists and thumbs is making it hard to type and hold my paint brushes! Geez! I hate wearing out like this!!!
Hugs and well wishes to your entire family. Poppy’s out for the count. 🙂
The Red Man and his Gang went down for the count, too…you must continue to hold your brushes and type! BTW, have I mentioned that I love your Wayside Artist name and your work is beautiful! Truly beautiful…the gravatar is priceless.
Hope you all had as good a sleep as Poppy and I. When I get some sleep, I feel so much better physically and mentally. Kept my hand braced through the night. It’s not as painful. Probably need to rest it today.
I’m thrilled you love the Wayside Artist name. It really describes what I love to draw, paint and photograph and what I love to share. The gravatar is based on the mother of the young doe in the “Post without Poppy.” I visit the deer every week and can tell a few of them apart. She really was that red last year. Beautiful!!!
Your writing and humor is delightful, but also skilled. I aspire to that, but visual works are my strength! 😀
Thanks for being my cyber friend. I enjoy your blog and your family very much. Hope you are feeling better this morning too. If not, I’m sending good thoughts.
It’s so funny we always want the other side of the fence – I’ve always wanted to be a painter but have zero, I repeat zero ability. For emphasis, zero. So when I figured out I could capture visual images on my cell phone two years ago when I started Red’s blog, I was so thrilled I wore my phone out. I “graduated” to my digital camera last year and have been hopelessly addicted ever since. My partner Teresa calls me the Ansel Adams of tv picture taking!! Clearly my favorites are of my roamings through the back roads of Texas but we are all in the Big City now so I have to adjust. i came to my writing late in life, but it’s a joy for me now. i also enjoy having a cyber friend and do so love your work…do you have a gallery?