A New Week....

Sparks Of Insanity By Vinny "Bond" Marini Monday, July 07, 2008

Hope y'all had a great holiday weekend....

Darlin' Nancy and I had a most wonderful weekend. Friday night we had a little picnic and watched a real fine fireworks display. I took some photos and will share when I get them back (they are analog..old fashioned film)...

Saturday we did some chores and then had a nice antipasto and some home made buffalo wings while watching "Bonneville" and "Vantage Point". Really enjoyed both films. "Vantage Point" is one of those flicks that you have to watch carefully as it repeats the events over and over from different perspectives.

Yesterday was a recovery day with a big old breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns and toast and then we just relaxed until she had to head home to be there when her boys came home from a weekend with their dad.



I was unable to travel back to NY for the graduation party for my niece and nephew, Candice and Joseph. That was sad, but I just could not afford the flight.

Matt did go out for the day and had a wonderful time with his cousins. I heard from Mom Joan and Dad Vince that he is now a man and not a boy anymore...Nice to hear, but also sad that I do not get to see him enough. He is supposed to be coming down in August and I can not wait. Mom and Dad get to Memphis the first weekend in September.

I am working on my Mary/The Teach's Ruby Tuesday photo and also my submission for Roger's Creative Photography contest. I missed both last week because...well because my mind can sometimes be mush!

LOL

How about some music?

From their second album, 1971's RING OF HANDS, this is one of the more interesting tunes on the album..."Lothlorien" showcases the Hammond organ by leader Rod Argent, Russ Ballard on guitar, Jim Rodford on bass guitar and Robert Henrit on drums. Not their best known album, but one that shows their development... Argent.

22 Of Your Sparks

  1. Glad you and Nancy had a great weekend. Now, pass me some bacon, would ya?

     
  2. Sounds like a great weekend! And, I might add, breakfast looked delish!

    Cheers!

     
  3. Dana Says:
  4. I am a HUGE fan of music that steps out of the -oh-so-common 4/4 time signature. I really enjoyed this one!

     
  5. DrillerAA Says:
  6. Glad you had a great week-end.
    I can remember the day when a Hammond B-3 was a required instrument in any rock 'n roll party band. You couldn't play Louie Louie without it. I saw the Ruby Tuesday and Creative Photography for the first time a couple of weeks ago. I just may have to join in the fun.
    Have a great day.

     
  7. RWA Says:
  8. Glad to hear y'all had a great time. Breakfast looks delicious!

     
  9. Bond Says:
  10. SONGBIRD: Thanks and come and get it...

    MARGARET: Hope yours was grand and breakfast turned out great

    DANA: Glad you enjoyed...keep an eye on your mail

    DRILLERAA: Love the B-3 sound...had one in our band...Join in my friend...

     
  11. Matt-Man Says:
  12. Mmmmmmmmm, baconnnnnnn. Congrats to the grads. Cheers Vinny!!

     
  13. Charlene Says:
  14. breakfast sounds great~~
    glad ya'll had a good weekend~~
    talk to ya soon~~

    ~~~~PLAWYK~~~

     
  15. Charlene Says:
  16. yeah~~~~~it's finally happening~~no thanks to DAX~~i am a big girl and love my former students son~~if i remember corrctly from 1982 there is a great place to eat right off of the interstate~~i'll get there a little early and text which exit~~~its soooo great~~or the sample last night was~~PLAWYK~~~is darlin nancy coming? and if another time be better, let me know~~gotta go do some shit

     
  17. Tug Says:
  18. I just had YOGURT, and you're showing me BACON?

    *sob*

    Many congrats to your niece & nephew; I totally get what you're saying about not seeing Matt enough...wow. Your baby is a MAN - so awesome/scary/proud all at once, huh. ;-)

     
  19. Jay Says:
  20. That is a pretty yummy looking breakfast. Even better than the Frosted Flakes I had this morning.

     
  21. Mimi Lenox Says:
  22. We never see enough of our children, that's for sure. Wonderful grad photos with proud faces. The food looks yummy too!

     
  23. the teach Says:
  24. Okay, Vinny I'm looking forward to your Ruby Tuesday post! And I'm sorry you couldn't make it back to NY for your niece and nephew's graduation. Yes, that breakfast looks to die for! :)

     
  25. amynoroom Says:
  26. Mmmmm........that breakfast looks DELISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     
  27. Travis Says:
  28. Dang! I just finished dinner a little while ago, but my mouth is watering over that breakfast!

    Sorry you couldn't make it up to see the kids' graduation.

     
  29. Jeff B Says:
  30. I didn't know they still made dinosaur film. Did you buy it using cash to really make them wonder?

    Glad you survived the long weekend.

     
  31. Roger Says:
  32. Glad ya had a great time Vin, good on you! Hey thanks for the shout and also the list closes on Wednesday afternoon can't wait to see what ya got as a entry.

     
  33. Anndi Says:
  34. Glad you had a lovely weekend.

    Kudos for the grads!

     
  35. Dana Says:
  36. Yum-O! I'm over for breakfast!

    I missed your blog...it's going to take me forever to catch up!

     
  37. Bond Says:
  38. all y'all are invited over anytime...just let me know and I will cook for ya...

     
  39. katherine. Says:
  40. sorry you couldn't make the grad...it is tough to miss special events isn't it?

    glad you and nancy had a good weekend!

     
  41. Breakfast looks totally fab!

    "Lothlorian" is pretty interesting. Boy, that Hammond takes one back! Reminds me of old "Yes" tunes.

     

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