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Friday, February 02, 2007

02 February 2007, I'm back. Or should I say you can come back now and comment if you feel like it. Anyway, Blogger has graciously decided to allow comments again. For Odat over at Odat's mumblings, Happy Dance Friday! Many people can relate to wanting to dance on Fridays. I would have danced today, but after I was threatened with UCMJ if I was caught moving like that again, I decided against it. Mrs. Dub can tell you I was learning to western dance when we met. I can two step the basics, anything past that requires too much concentration on my part. My Afghan employees were giving me problems today, so it required me to go to the connex and yell at them. Then I told the civilian employee who oversees them and she went down and yelled at them too. She is much more effective than I am. Between the two of us, I think we got our message across, and they should behave for a couple of weeks anyway. We had a bazaar today and I actually went through it. I purchased some wooden baskets that are carved very nicely. I also picked up seasons 1-4 of the television series 24. I've seen the first season but not any of the rest. I tried watching one copy I had but it kept freezing up or switching to a previously recorded program underneath it. I had this problem with Lost earlier this deployment, and that required me to go home on leave and rent it at blockbuster. I'm sure that was what Mrs. Dub had in mind for my 15 days at home with her...watching television. Lt. M bought some fur hats at the bazaar last week. I thought maybe I should share some pictures with you.
Remember me at
Christmas
time wearing
the white
feathered boa?











Earlier this week, see the how even in the midst of work, I can look so dashing.









Remember the guards at the castle of the Wicked Witch from Wizard of Oz?
Lt M and Maj M showing off a little too.











Well, be safe and have a good day. Remember, dance if you want to.

12 comments:

Mimi Lenox said...

It's a little late but HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Here via Sanni's universal announcement of your big day. Congrats and thanks for all you do for us.

Linda said...

Glad to see that Blogger removed from you from the "No Comment" list or wherever it was they had put you for awhile!

Great hats by the way! LOVE the pink feather boa, you should keep that look when you come back to the States - heehee!

mom at home said...

Ibelieve you need some Flamigos to go with that outfit. Love MOM

Diana said...

Love the fur hats! At least you look warm!(and very dashing) With the weather we've been having here I think Mrs.Dub should get one of those to wear to work! Be safe and take care.

Jerome52 said...

Haha, I love the photos. Who knew a 40+ guy from Oklahoma could be so entertaining.

Desert Songbird said...

Bwahahahahahaha! That pink feather boa shot had me howling with laughter! You look wonderful! Sure hope Mrs. Dub puts that on a big ol' giant sign for your welcome home.

Odat said...

Hey...It's working!!! Thanks for the shout out....I think you should try doing the Twist with that boa on and the fur hat...the war may just end!!! Hehe....
Peace and keep dancing!!!

Ron Simpson said...

Greetings from the great state of Oklahoma. It was 12 windchill here today. This winters is much worse than the last 3 or 4. I am a former Army Reservist, I was an E-5 combat engineer out of the HHC 353rd Engineer Group in OKC. When I find military people from OK in blogs I always write and say thanks. I am goinf to school to be a professional writer, and have access to some free books. If you want me to send some, tell me how to do it and I will.

Ron Simpson said...

btw happy birthday. be safe.

Michael C said...

Great photos. You look so dignified no matter what you are wearing. obviously that is the sign of a great man!! You must share your secrets!
;-)

Skittles said...

In that boa you look as sexy as Miss Bee in her red scarf!

I would have paid money to see you doing the twist ;)

Heather in Beautiful British Columbia said...

Great hats - looks like you work with some fun people!!! I hope you'll show us pics of the bazaar and the wooden bowls - they sound very interesting...