Epic Slinky Dog's Life of Leisure - Viva Las Vegas
Check out Epic Slinky Dog's latest adventure on YouTube, courtesy of the talented and beautiful (inside and out) Kimberly Robertson. She made my hurricane-infested day bright and shiny with this video!
Slinky Does Vegas (Click on the link to YouTube!)
BFF and I had been at the supermarket long enough to choose tiramisu, a pomegranate, and a bag of crackers, about an hour. We’re on vacation, you see. Vegas it is not, we’re simply having a girl’s weekend. Tomorrow is my wedding anniversary. Since I married my Tarzan during archery season, my BFF spends that day with me most every year. The packed store didn’t seem unusual, it’s Sunday night. It hit me about the time I plunked fruit, candy, and magazines onto the conveyor belt. Something is going on. I may be blonde, preoccupied, and near-sighted, but eventually the obvious drifts into The Glitter Globe. Most carts contained batteries and bottled water. “It’s the storm of the century,” said the Cashier, “The worst one in thirty years!”
Between frantic bouts of Wii Dance 4 (I won) we filled containers with water, wrote down the instructions for hooking up the generator, taste tested the tiramisu, and dug out flashlights and candles. Tonight we’re staying up all night and enjoying our last bit of electricity for a few days. Morning will find us battening down the hatches and riding out the storm.
The Plan is to Remember the Epic Slinky Dog Motto
And that eventually we'll have hot water and electricity again. So even if we wind up, up a tree for a time...
As long as we can climb up it, and back down it again…
That’s really all that matters.
How about sharing your storm stories with me? They don't have to be Hurricane Sandy stories. Just leave the story below, and be sure to follow my blog if you don't already. I'll share an Epic Slinky Dog with one or two of you. Eventually, when my electricity returns and I can read them, and get Slinky out of the tree (or Vegas), and get to the Post Office. In the meantime, stay safe and dry!
*Note how I get to use a ladder when I climb the tree.
Uncredited photos are courtesy of Stephanie Karfelt and her obsessive camera usage.