Hee! He definitely looks "high" to me! :)
I hate to change light bulbs :DI hope you had a wonderful time with your family!
Perfect title for this post!!
As long as you don't come crashing down low, that's fine!
bon titre ;) et attention de ne pas avoir le vertige
What was that joke again...? How many (whatever nationality your area thinks isn't smart)does it take to change a light bulb? Answer: Three. One to hold the bulb and two to turn the ladder/chair....
but careful, icarus, don't burn your fingertips.
He is a courageous guy.I guess I couldn't face this job! :)I hope your computer is working well now.It's difficult don't have our toys working 100%!Today I came home after my class feeling tired.Maybe it's only "my head" asking for a time to rest.Anyway I've decided to take a break and enjoy other things, like things that I miss so much...visiting blog friends, listening music in my ipod and prepare a post to Luna's blog! :)By the way,she is here, sleeping by my side!Tomorrow I hope to face my enthusiasm again, I will be studying all day long at the school library.big hugs to you and Lois!Léia
This reminded me of my dad. Years ago he worked for the city of Phoenix and for a while his job was changing light bulbs in the traffic lights on those busy streets. At the time I didn't think about what a dangerous job that was. Worse now with the heavy traffic there.
Scary!! We came home. Had a wonderful time at my daughter's on the ranch. We even went Goose hunting. Well hiding in the rocks on Mars bundled to the teeth waiting for Canada Honkers to fly over is---YAY!--so much fun. LOL You know the ranch was used for tests when the first Mars Rover before it was sent to Mars. So you know the landscape there. ha!!MBHope your visits were fun too.
I'm thinking changing light bulbs is not a good job for me. :)
loved the caption that enhanced the viewing experience!
Give that man a raise!
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