“If you really want to have fun, go to Google Earth or Google Street View and look up all your old homes. I did it and found every place I ever lived, took a screen shot, and saved them for posterity, of which there will be none……..lol”
I smartly replied,
“That is an excellent idea.
No posterity for me either. After four marriages, still no children. Just never seemed to get around to it.
Thank you Russel for stopping by and reading.
Then…few days later… I said,
“OK, so I went Google Earth Trolling… Most of the places I have ever lived are toxic waste sites now, they got the Bio-hazard signs up an’ ever’thang.
Schweet! I’ll give it a go, and report back if I remember to do so. 😀
I’m fresh out of alcohol at the moment, but I do have some forgetful flowers. Think that’ll work? 🙂
Take lots of alcohol can call me in the morning.
I already know the condition of most of my former homes. There haven’t been that many, really. Most have not changed noticeably at all. One is now an empty lot, having burnt to the ground when I was in my early 20s.
I lost my train. (it got de-railed)
Been postin’ some weird shit today.
But, I do appreciate your words.
I will get back
Your comment deserves more immediate back comentarys.
(Yeah, I spell wrong; I do it fer kicks)
Several years ago my wife and I drove past the places we lived in the town where we grew up. It was like meeting someone you haven’t seen in several decades who hasn’t aged well and has become bitter, and waking up next to her in the morning. Why oh why did I think this might be a good idea and how do I prevent this new information from tainting my fond memories?
Posterity is for dead folk
I am still here!
Teela, Thank you for reading.
Ha…thanks for the warning. Posterity is overrated. 😉
Tela, I sincerely thank you for stopping by an’ reading.
Makes me smile to still be able to smile.
OMG this was hilarious~ the places you used to live are ‘toxic waste sites’… ha ha, this could be a post about Ex’s and the Toxic wasteland 😀