Well, let's face it. It has been awhile since I have featured some stunning imagery of our beloved Irish Travellers. Good Ole' Jane was kind enough to forward these First Communion photos from Mervue (Galway) Church some time ago and I have been holding out on you all until now. It looks as if our special little lady is the one in the center.
I guess each young lady gets her own church pew according to dress size.
The mini-top hats remind me of my ringmaster's uniform from Halloween a couple of years ago. Perhaps I am a trend-setter amongst the Traveller community. What an honor.
Is that the Zoila of the Travellers? Alls I know is the little one in pink needs a nap.
So last night was the season opener for my alma mater Virginia Tech Hokies, and it was a complete let down. Ranked #10, we went up against #3 Boise State Univ., which consisted mostly of recruits from California. WTF? The game was a good one, but too much of a roller-coaster. Anyways, our team used to look like this....
And we came out all kinds of hard looking like this.....I was like dayum!
But then I started thinking, where did the inspiration for these new uniforms come from? When it comes down to it we really looked like this.....
And in the end we lost to a bunch of horsey Potato farmers....
While all of you were celebrating Labor Day at the beach and grilling up burgers and dogs, I was at the gym working on my fitness. While it isn't rare to see random celebs in my little neighborhood gym, I felt there was some strange Dharma Initiative going on as I saw both Hurley, aka Jorge Garcia:
(Who by the by, looks exactly like you'd think he does in person)
And everyone's favorite Hobbit, Charlie, aka Dominic Monaghan. I'm not a big Lost watcher, caught it a few times and even tuned in for a season or two but it fell to the wayside after awhile. But did you know that Charlie's last name on the show was Pace? So if Lost were real, which some people think it was, he would be related to me. Although he doesn't look very Italian.